Journal and Newsletter
The first scientific journal to exclusively cover cytologic topics, ACTA CYTOLOGICA was founded in 1957 by George L. Wied, acting as the first Editor of Acta. He served in this capacity for over forty years until Marluce Bibbo joined as Co-Editor and successor. Since then ACTA CYTOLOGICA has been the official journal of the International Academy of Cytology.
Since January 2011 this high-standard, peer-reviewed journal has been published 6 times a year by the Karger Publishing House in Basel, Switzerland.
- For authors a guidelines site is available at Karger Publishing (www.karger.com/acy)
- For IAC Members access to ACTA CYTOLOGICA on-line log-in
The official periodical of The International Academy of Cytology. (Log-in for IAC Members)
The Newsletter of the Academy, CYTO PATHS, offers the opportunity for Affiliated Societies and IAC members to communicate and report on their activities.
CYTO PATHS is published twice a year and is only available on-line.
Newsletter "Cyto Paths"
The Fall 2012 newsletter of the International Academy of Cytology: The 2013 International Congress in Paris. Lightsource, Dr. Marshall Austin. Also, report of the 2012 European Congress in Istanbul, a review of the Spanish Society of Cytology. Society News, from Brazil, Canada, Italy, Iran and South Korea./p>
The Spring 2012 newsletter of the International Academy of Cytology: The IAC Tutorial in Hong Kong, February 2012. Also Lightsource, Tadao K. Kobayashi, Japan. Society News, from Russia, Slovenia, Croatia and Britian
Fall 2011 Newsletter : This issue has articles from the National Societies of Chile, Canada, Italy, Iran, South Korea, Taiwan and West Africa. Also Lightsource: "My life has been influenced by my place of birth, Pamplona, Spain" Dr. Mercedes Santamaria and her life in medicine.
Spring 2011 Newsletter: In this issue - Educational resources has gone virtual, Light source, Dr. Nadir Paksoy, new publisher for ACTA CYTOLOGICA, Society activities from Slovenia, Hong Kong, Italy, South Africa, Finland, Iran and more.
For previous issues until Fall 2010