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The ASC Registration Package enables you to attend Scientific Sessions, Poster and Platform Presentations, plus free access to 3 continental breakfasts, 6 refreshment breaks and a networking reception.

Scientific Sessions Include:

  • State of the Society Address
  • Leopold Koss Lectureship
  • State of the Art Symposium
  • Worldvision Cytopathology Contest
  • New Frontiers in Cytopathology
  • Papanicolaou Address
  • Diagnostic Cytology Seminar
  • Poster and Platform Presentations
  • Selected Short Courses
  • Selected Video Microscopy Tutorials


Be sure to join the Annual Scientific Meeting Group, ASC Meeting attendees can now communicate with other attendees without knowing everyone’s e-mail address. 

The Group has been created for open discussions relating to the Meeting and the Gala.  You will be able to read messages, post messages, contribute new information, post documents and photos.

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 Additional Ticketed Courses

Attendees must pre-register in advance and receive a ticket before entrance to these sessions will be honored.

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If you are interested in the continued advancements taking place within the Cytotechnology profession, join us Thursday, Nov 14th from 8:00 am – 12:00 pm. This engaging and interactive session relies on feedback from its communities of interest. So, if you are a practicing cytologist, pathologist, student, recent graduate, employer, or educator, plan to attend this session sponsored by the Cytotechnology Programs Review Committee (CPRC).


If you are a director of a residency or fellowship program, please join us on Sunday, November 17th, 2019 from 8:00 am to 12:00 pm for this discussion.


(CAPA) Companion Meeting (CME/CMLE/SAM)

 This is the first Chinese American Pathologists Association companion meeting at the ASC annual meeting. This educational session will use a case-based format to present a few memorable FNA cases selected from four academic institutions based on its great learning points.



Short Courses (previously referred to as Non-Microscope Workshops) are intensive sessions promoting interaction and the exchange of information regarding specific significant topics.



Interact with experts in the field during these small, informal slide reviews. Presenters project slides through a video microscope to review interesting cases. Participants do not use individual microscopes.



These sessions encourage intimate discussions on different topics. Each table will have one speaker facilitating up to 9 participants. Participants may register for one topic and are not permitted to switch tables.  A box lunch will be included with your participation.



These interactive sessions focus on a single topic and are presented by nationally known expert(s). The seminars commence with a lunch followed by the lecture. An opportunity for questions and answers is offered at the end of the seminar.



For the first time, JASC will be offering an interactive session
commencing with dinner and followed by a panel discussion on
How (and Wyh) ROSE is practiced today. There will be time for
your questions and answers at the close of the evening.


These 1 hour sessions provide close contact with an expert in the field doing what we all love, cytomorphology. Each session will focus on one area and the cases will be presented in a sign-out style at a 10-headed or 8-headed microscope. Participants are encouraged to join in the discussion.



In this interactive workshop, participants will work with faculty in small groups to improve FNA biopsy technique and learn ultrasound guidance. A short lecture on FNA techniques and US
guidance will be followed by practice sessions with the participants divided into small groups of 4-5. With supervision, each participant will practice FNA biopsy and smearing as well as using US guidance.

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