How can you improve in your role in the lab or increase the efficiency of your lab team?
At ASCP 2015, you'll find over 250 hours of practical scientific education presented by some of the most respected leaders in the field today. You'll keep yourself at the forefront of the field with keynote addresses on health care's most important issues. And, whether you're under MOC or CMP, you'll find a wealth of opportunities for meeting your certification requirements.
Gain practical knowledge you can use every day
ASCP 2015 will teach you the latest techniques, innovations, and best practices immediately practical to your day-to-day responsibilities.
Focused content for your needs
For many of us, specialization is the name of the game. Dive deep into your subspecialty area with dedicated education tracks and content focus areas, many featuring back-to-back sessions that span all three days of ASCP 2015.
You'll find the same depth and quality of education you would look for from a specialty meeting and gain front-row access to some of the top thought leaders in your field.
And whether you are a pathologist, laboratory professional, or resident, ASCP 2015 has content designed specifically for you.
Hands-on learning opportunities
Nearly 20 hours of interactive video microscopy sessions have now been added to ASCP 2015, allowing you to experience case-based learning at its finest. Bring particularly challenging slides from your daily practice to be examined and discussed on-site by session leaders and colleagues.
You'll also have the opportunity to collaborate with members of the multidisciplinary care team in specialty interactive workshops. Return to your lab with new skills for diagnosing and treating specific disease states, such as Myelodysplastic Syndromes (MDS) and peripheral T-cell Lymphoma (PTCL).
Discover even more ways to prepare yourself for the cutting-edge fields of tomorrow, including genomic pathology. Equip yourself with the latest skills in the full-day Genomics Workshop for Residents or new Genomics Workshop for Pathologists.
Instruction from the experts
Learn new skills from the best in the business. Our over 220 expert faculty are ready to share their skills and best practices with you.
At ASCP 2015, you'll find sessions taught by the brightest minds in fields such as breast pathology, hematopathology, gastrointestinal pathology, gynecological pathology, dermatopathology, laboratory management, and many more.
Three meetings in one location
ASCP is proud to host three meetings in one location, including the Society for Hematopathology's biennial workshop and the American Pathology Foundation's 2015 Annual Meeting.
Find hours of focused hematopathology education co-developed by ASCP and the Society for Hematopathology (SH) throughout the day on Wednesday, Oct.28. You'll also find 19 hours of lab management content provided by the American Pathology Foundation (APF) during the course of the meeting.
With educational sessions developed by over 14 companion societies, ASCP 2015 has the education you need to master your specialty.
Connect with your customers - Exhibit at ASCP 2015!
Exhibitors at ASCP 2014 praised it as the best ASCP meeting to date - and 2015 promises not to disappoint!
Gain even more opportunities to connect with your target audience 1 on 1. The addition of multiple attendee-exhibitor receptions and mixers, exclusive exhibit-only hours, plus key events taking place within the exhibit hall, all give you more visibility than ever.
Boost your visibility and drive additional traffic to your booth with additional options:
Participation in exhibit hall contests
Company listing on our meeting website
Emails sent to all registered attendees
Social media posts to our followers
Access to all education sessions
The American Society for Clinical Pathology (ASCP) is the world’s largest professional membership organization for pathologists and laboratory professionals. Our mission is to provide excellence in education, certification and advocacy on behalf of patients, pathologists and laboratory professionals across the globe. With more than 100,000 members, the society’s influence has guided the application and evolution of the pathology and laboratory medicine specialty since 1922.