Companion Status for the IAC at USCAP meetings
It is with great pleasure that the IAC President, Prof. Robert Y. Osamura is able to announce the the Board of Directors of the United States and Canadian Academy of Pathology has granted Companion Society status to the International Academy of Cytology.
Companion Societies are intended to provide an additional forum for scientific exchange within the subspecialties of pathology. Prof. Osamua and the IAC Executive Council are now working towards the a productive and interesting symposium to be held at the next USCAP annual meeting in 2018 in Vancouver, Canada.
There will be an Annual General Business Meeting for all IAC members at the upcoming 2017 USCAP Meeting on Sunday, 5th March 2017, 5:15 - 6:30 PM.
Supported Medical Membership has been created for the next three years to encourage membership of doctors who find the financial obligations of membership impossible to cover.
The International Academy of Cytology Annual General Meeting 2016
Monday, May 30th 2016, 17:45- 18:40
19th International Congress of Cytology, Pacifico Yokohama, Japan
The next group of new members be admitted is planned for May 2017. The list below is of members admitted from 2011 through to April 2017 including Medical Members, Cytotechnologist Members, Junior Medical Members, Professional Non-Medical Members and elevations to Cytotechnologist Fellow.
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