The American Society of Cytopathology is a professional organization dedicated to the science and study of cells. Founded in 1951, the Society’s international membership includes more than 3,000 physicians, cytotechnologists and scientists who practice the cytologic method of diagnostic pathology. The ASC is committed to education, research, and advocacy on behalf of its membership, with the ultimate goal of improving the standards and quality of patient care.
The educational programs of the American Society of Cytopathology are of prime importance to its members and to the Executive Board. The ASC recognizes the need to quickly integrate evolving basic science insights and experimental/newly available techniques into research and clinical practice and addresses this need through its educational programs.
Most importantly, the ASC is a society of and for its members. The ASC is committee to a dynamic interaction of healthcare professionals with a dedication to maintenance of the highest professional standards in diagnostic cytopathology.
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