The new Journal Impact Factor of Acta Cytologica

The first year since the return of the JIF has now passed and the new 2020 JIF listing was released on June 30, 2021. Beyond all the expectations of the Editor, Associate Editors, and Editorial Board, the JIF of Acta Cytologica has reached its highest value ever: 2.319

Link to Editorial:  "The New (2020) Journal Impact Factor of Acta Cytologica is 2.319"

Authors: Syrjänen K.J.a · Schmitt F.b · Turner S.c
a SMW Consultants Ltd, Kaarina, Finland
b
Molecular Pathology Unit, IPATIMUP, University of Porto, Porto, Portugal
c
S. Karger AG, Basel, Switzerland


International Academy of Cytology Annual General Meeting 2021

IAC Virtual Annual General Meeting 2021

The meeting will be held on Wednesday 1. September 2021 and if necessary, Friday, 17. September 2021 at 2:30PM European Summer Time. Please see the table below for the time in your country.

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IAC-IARC collaboration in cytopathology

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The International Academy of Cytology (IAC) has joined forces with the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) to publish a series of cytopathology reporting systems, which will present an international approach to the cytopathology of various body sites and mirror the WHO Classification of Tumours series (with links between the two series). The International Academy of Cytology (IAC) has joined forces with the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) to publish a series of cytopathology reporting systems, which will present an international approach to the cytopathology of various body sites and mirror the WHO Classification of Tumours series (with links between the two series).

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