- Broad-based field knowledge/experience
- Discounted event registration fees
- Earn CME & SAM credit hours
- Ability to participate in TSP advocacy initiatives
- Access to the online member directory
Active Membership - $375*
Active members may vote and hold office in the society. Election to Active membership shall be limited to physicians who:
- Hold a current Texas State Board of Medical Examiners' license to practice medicine and surgery in Texas
- Have spent at least four years (including training) in pathology, AND
- Dedicate the major portion of their practice to this specialty.
In addition, they shall meet ONE of the following requirements:
- Hold any certificate of the American Board of Pathology OR
- Hold full membership in a national society of pathologists that judges the qualifications of its members.
Active Membership - First Year - $50*
This membership type is available for one year, only to physicians who:
- have been in practice for 5 years or less
- are elevating from current Junior membership status
Corresponding Membership - $125*
Corresponding membership shall be limited to pathologists who are
non-residents of Texas, and who are either active members of this
Society who have moved to another state, or are active members of the
state pathology society where they reside. They shall neither vote nor
Junior Membership - Exempt from Dues
Junior member candidates shall be physicians in pathology residency
or fellowship programs. They shall be exempt from dues. They shall
neither vote nor hold office, and may remain junior members for a
maximum of six years.
Retired Membership - $30*
Retired membership shall be limited to pathologists who are fully retired from the practice of pathology, and who make a request for a change in status to retired member
and where reasonable documentation exists confirming retired status.
They shall have all other privileges and rights of Active Members,
except voting and holding office. They may remain Retired Members until
such time they re-engage in the practice of pathology and are no longer
retired. To become a retired member, please contact Kristina Haley.
*Contributions or gifts to the Texas Society of Pathologists
are not tax deductible as charitable contributions for federal income
tax purposes. However, a portion of dues may be tax deductible as
ordinary and necessary business expenses. TSP estimates that 18.75% of
your 2019 dues will be nondeductible as this portion is allocatable to lobbying as defined by law.