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Poster and Platform Awards
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Warren R. Lang, MD Resident Physician Award
Established in 1978, the award is presented annually to recognize a resident or fellow in an approved training program who submits the best scientific paper in cytology at a poster or platform session during the ASC Annual Scientific Meeting.
Past winners 

Cytotechnologist Scientific Presentation Award
Established in 1969, the award is presented in recognition of a cytotechnologist or student cytotechnologist enrolled in a CAAHEP-accredited cytotechnology program who presents the best scientific paper in cytology at a platform or poster session during the ASC Annual Scientific Meeting. The first author must be an ASC member.
Past winners

Geno Saccomanno, MD New Frontiers in Cytology Award
Established in 1993, the award is presented to an ASC Member who is not nominated for another abstract award. The paper should contribute to better understanding of cell biology or enhanced diagnosis and show significant innovation, good study design and potential diagnostic utility.
Past winners 

Advances in Thyroid Cytology Award
Established in 2014, this award recognizes the abstract presentation that best contributes to the knowledge of diagnosis and treatment of thyroid diseases using FNA and/or ancillary techniques. This award is supported by an educational grant from Thyroid Cytopathology Partners, Austin, Texas.
Past winners

Innovative Cytotechnologist Practice Abstract Award
Established in 2018, this award demonstrates programs, services, or projects performed by a cytotechnologist that are creative, cost-effective, and improve practice in cytopathology.
The project presented:

  • Is innovative/creative and supports the advancement of the cytotechnology profession
  • Demonstrates measurable outcomes/benefits (i.e. improved compliance, cost-effectiveness
  • Can be replicated at other institutions (consideration should be made to comply with regulatory/accreditation requirements as applicable)
  • Is clearly and concisely written

Past winners

2019 Annual Scientific Meeting

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