com/reports/c54816) has announced the addition of "Tietzs Applied Laboratory Medicine
, 2nd Edition" to their offering.
These awards recognize the association for the exceptional writing and design of its news publications and website, which help laboratory medicine
professionals worldwide stay informed about important issues in the field and find solutions to challenging patient health problems.
needs to be nimble to apply the scientific and technical advances necessary to improve patient outcomes.
The objective of this book is to describe and discuss how the tools of evidence-based laboratory medicine
are to be used to meet current demands of the medical laboratory profession.
Fritsche, Professor of Laboratory Medicine
at the University of Texas M.
13, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- AACC and its academy, the National Academy of Clinical Biochemistry (NACB), are pleased to announce the recipients of the 2015 AACC and NACB Awards, which honor laboratory medicine
professionals worldwide for advancing the field of clinical laboratory testing.
Applied Laboratory Medicine
was 1st published in 1992, and this useful collection of interesting medical cases has since become indispensable as teaching material for laboratory medicine
who for the last 14 years was the Chairman of the Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine
and Director of Laboratories at the Staten Island University Hospital in New York, has been named Enzo's Clinical Lab's new Medical Director.
Doan will also work to build the association's global presence and enhance the visibility of the field of laboratory medicine
and its practitioners.
He considers his greatest accomplishment as AACC president to be the establishment, with the generous support of Gopal Savjani, of the Past Presidents' Scholarship fund, which is designed to help young clinical chemists receive the quality postdoctoral training that will keep the AACC and the field of laboratory medicine
vibrant for years to come.
CAP'14 brings together the leading experts in laboratory medicine
to share the latest information to benefit patients.
In this issue of Clinical Chemistry, we publish a proposal for curriculum content of residency training in laboratory medicine
and for evaluation of resident competency (1).