The ASC Annual Scientific Meetings have been held since 1953. More than 800 attendees are attracted to the Meeting annually to keep abreast of the dramatically changing cytopathology arena. They recognize that ASC meetings provide a high quality forum for the continuing education of the professional cytopathology community. The Annual Scientific Meeting features many different components described below:
Call for Presentations
The Scientific Program Committee accepts presentation proposals for the following sessions each year from December to January. Please check the ASC Homepage during this time for details.
Current Issues in Cytology
Focuses on new areas or unresolved problems in cytology and is usually presented as a panel discussion.
State of the Art Symposium
Designed to provide indepth information on important topics in cytology.
New Frontiers in Cytology
Updates in the latest developments, which may come under the purview of the cytology professional.
Interactive groups formatted around a single topic and presented by nationally known experts.
Quality microscopic and non-microscopic seminars on various topics in small interactive groups
Tables of different topics allowing attendees to have small and intimate discussions.
This 45-minute session covers hot issues facing the field of cytology.
The Scientific Program Committee selects the following sessions invitation only:
The keynote address offers attendees the opportunity to hear insight and vision first-hand from a leader in the field of medicine.
Diagnostic Cytology Seminar
Provides the opportunity for attendees to make diagnostic decisions and compare the decisions with nationally known experts.
Video Microscopy Tutorials
Audience review of interesting cases using a microscope attached to a video microscope.
Call for Abstracts
The Scientific Program Committee accepts abstract submissions each year from February to May. Check the ASC Homepage during this time for details.
Abstract-driven, featuring oral and poster presentations, which include sessions highlighting the most highly rated abstracts. Authors choose their preference of presenting – a platform or a poster. The Scientific Program Committee makes the final decision of the format.