Unless I'm mistaken, physical masses that one goes out an measures in experiments corresponding to the location of poles in the propagator and such pole masses are independent of the energy scale of the experiment doing the measuring.
However, when one does a QFT calculation, the location of the pole mass is determined in terms of a running mass parameter (and other running couplings) which changes with energy scale. The scale dependence of the running mass parameter can have physical effects, but everything runs in such a way that the pole mass stays invariant with energy scale (again, unless I've misunderstood something).
My question, then, is there any analogue for the pole mass for the other running parameters? That is, I can naturally associate the running mass to an invariant quantity: the pole mass. Can I associate, for instance, a Yukawa coupling to some other measurement which doesn't change with energy?