Indiana Association 
of Pathologists, Inc.
Histology Laboratory, Indiana Medical History Museum 

Save the Date

69th IAP Spring Slide Seminar

April 28, 2018

GI Pathology

Henry Appelman

M.R. Abell Professor of Surgical Pathology, Gastrointestinal and Hepatobiliary Pathology

Director, GI Pathology Fellowship Anatomic Pathology

Joel Greenson

Professor, Gastrointestinal and Hepatobiliary Pathology

Department of Pathology

University of Michigan

Welcome to the web home for Indiana’s physicians engaged in the practice of anatomic and clinical pathology, and the home for Indiana’s physicians in postgraduate residency training in the medical specialties and subspecialties of pathology. We are the Indiana Association of Pathologists.   

For many decades, the IAP has provided premier quality continuing medical education experiences for Indiana’s pathologists.  The Indiana Association of Pathologists (IAP) is accredited by the Indiana State Medical Association to provide continuing education to physicians. 

The IAP also provides a forum for discussion about the business issues related to the practice of pathology in this state. We work with our national affiliate, the College of American Pathologists (CAP) to support state and national initiatives for laboratory quality improvement, accreditation, and legislative change to improve the quality of medicine provided in this state, and the advancement of pathology practice opportunities. 

If you are a pathologist visiting this site to look for continuing medical education opportunities, please attend our annual Spring Slide Seminar. If you are a physician licensed to practice in the United States, seeking a training position in anatomic and clinical pathology, we invite you to check out Indiana's  postgraduate pathology residency training program:

 Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, Indiana University School of Medicine, Indianapolis, Indiana. 

 oldpathbldg.jpgOld Pathology Building, Indiana Medical History Museum,  Indpls, IN.


We are physically located in the Old Pathology Building, built in 1896 (National Register of Historic Places), at the site of the former Central State Hospital in Indianapolis, Indiana. This building stands as the only 19th century pathology laboratory in the United States, and it is the centerpiece for the Indiana Medical History Museum. The building is the nation’s premier example of architecture and medical history for the nineteenth century practice of pathology, and for the pedagogy of pathology as it developed in the era of scientific medical discovery. The building itself is a forerunner to the Indiana University School of Medicine, and on a grand scale the building provides insight into the relationship between scientific discovery and medicine as it evolved through the twentieth century.  

If you got to this web page looking for additional information on Indiana’s rich history of pathology and medicine, that information is available through the Indiana Medical History Museum. The Museum can arrange individual or group tours of the Old Pathology Building, including the medical education facilities, pathology laboratories, autopsy and dissection rooms, and neuropathology anatomical exhibits which are available here and open to the public.

The membership of the IAP, the pathologists and pathology trainees across the state of Indiana, welcome you to our site and encourage you to consider joining the organization if you are engaged in the medical practice of pathology in Indiana.

Thank you for visiting.

 * CME Accreditation: The Indiana Association of Pathologists is accredited by the Indiana State Medical Association to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

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