The birth of the American Physician Scientists Association–the next generation of Young Turks

Freddy T. Nguyen. Journal of Clinical Investigation 2008-04-01

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The American Society for Clinical Investigation (ASCI) was started a century ago to foster and to address the needs of the younger physician-scientists. A hundred years later, ASCI remains one of the premier organizations for physician-scientists and one of most well-respected organizations in the medical community. I have had the opportunity and pleasure to interact with the ASCI not only as an organization through my tenure as president of the American Physician Scientists Association, but also with its members over the last four years. In my view, the same characteristics that permeate ASCI the organization also define ASCI the membership--mentorship, exemplary role models, advocacy, and leadership.
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