American Association for Clinical Chemistry


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American Association for Clinical Chemistry

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AACC

A U.S.-based international association of clinical laboratory scientists including clinical chemists, microbiologists, pathologists, hematologists, and medical technologists.
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In professional associations, Frajola held memberships in the Aerospace Medical Association, The American Association for Cancer Research, the American Association for Clinical Chemistry (Professional Relations Committee, 1973-1977; chairman-elect and chairman, Ohio Valley Section, 1977-1978), the American Association of Bioanalysts, the American Society of Biological Chemists, the American Chemical Society (abstractor, 1955-1960; vice chairman, Institutional Grant Committee, OSU, 1958-1967), Biophysical Society, Electron Microscopy Society of America (local arrangement chairman of its annual meeting at OSU, 1958; treasurer, 1960-1963; president-elect, 1965, president, 1966; and Emeritus), the National Registry in Clinical Chemistry, and the New York Academy of Science.
For instance, when the American Association for Clinical Chemistry was considering alternative formats for its printed Strategies newsletter, it asked members how interested they would be in different options.
[2] Proceedings from the American Association for Clinical Chemistry conference, January 18-20, 1988.
Thermo Fisher Scientific is showcasing its latest SmartPlate technology during the 71st American Association for Clinical Chemistry Annual Scientific Meeting and Clinical Laboratory Exposition (AACC 2019), being held August 4-8, on Booth #2110 at the Anaheim Convention Center, Anaheim, California.
The American Association for Clinical Chemistry (AACC) last month announced the launch of AACC Learning Lab.
ISLAMABAD -- Eleven Pakistani businesses have attended the 68th American association for clinical chemistry annual scientific meeting and clinical lab expo in Pennsylvania.
To determine a clinical laboratory test's reliability, American Association for Clinical Chemistry (AACC) cites four indicators: accuracy, precision, sensitivity, and specificity.
Previously, Dr Fritsche has served as president of the Clinical Ligand Assay Society (CLAS) as well as on various national committees for both the CLAS and the American Association for Clinical Chemistry (AACC).
The market changes described in the report were on display at the American Association for Clinical Chemistry (AACC) convention in Anaheim, CA this week.
American Association for Clinical Chemistry. American Society for Clinical Laboratory Science, Society for Armed Forces Medical laboratory Services and the Philippine Association of Medical Technologists.
In 2000, with the growing popularity of online medical sites such as WebMD, the American Association for Clinical Chemistry realized that while plenty of online resources for general medical advice were available, no sites focused specifically on laboratory testing.
A pair of new tests, for free PSA and complexed PSA, may help sort out the risk faced by these men, researchers said while presenting posters at the annual meeting of the American Association for Clinical Chemistry.

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