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 1999 AACC Annual Meeting Programs
 

The National Academy of Clinical Biochemistry

"Advancing Scholarship in Laboratory Medicine"

The National Academy of Clinical Biochemistry is the Academy of AACC and is dedicated to advancing the science and practice of clinical laboratory medicine through research, education, and professional development. The Academy is a leading advocate for scholarship through scientific research and it conducts educational programs to promote scientific discovery, application, and integration. It publishes standards of practice for the application of clinical biochemistry to medical diagnosis and therapy. NACB will conduct the following activities at the AACC Annual Meeting:

Monday, July 26

10:30am-12noon/2:45-5pm

Guidelines for Diagnosis & Monitoring of Hepatitis (Part IóAcute Disease)

Edutrak 3202

Morial Convention Center

Tuesday, July 27

10:30am-12noon/2:45-5pm

Guidelines for Diagnosis & Monitoring of Hepatitis (Part IIóChronic Disease)

Edutrak 3302

Morial Convention Center

Tuesday, July 27

12:30-2:15pm

NACB Awards Luncheon and Membership Meeting

New Orleans Hilton Riverside

Luncheon cost: $20.00

Reservations must be made in advance using the AACC Annual Meeting registration form. The deadline for making reservations is June 18, 1999.

NACB members are invited to attend this luncheon in honor of recipients of the following awards:

Award for Outstanding Research & Contributions in Clinical Biochemistry

Funded by Ortho Clinical Diagnostics

Professor Alvin Dubin Award for Distinguished Contributions to the Discipline of Clinical Biochemistry

Funded by Reliable Biopharmaceuticals

George Grannis Award for Outstanding Scientific or Clinical Report

(Given in recognition of outstanding achievements by young investigators)

Thursday, July 29

12noon-2pm

NACB Board of Directors Meeting

New Orleans Hilton Riverside

Tuesday-Thursday, July 27-29

NACB Exhibit

Morial Convention Center, New Orleans, LA

Learn more about NACB membership and Standards of Laboratory Practice (SOLP) publications during the AACC Clinical Laboratory Exposition.

NACB membership is open to AACC members who are doctoral level clinical scientists, hold ABCC certification, and are active in the research, education, or service of clinical biochemistry. For an NACB membership application, contact Penelope Jones at AACC (pjones@aacc.org or call 202-835-8746.)

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