McCormick Place - Chicago, IL. (July 29-31, 2014)

Connect with the Global Laboratory Medicine Community.

Attend the 2014 AACC Annual Meeting and:
Connect with global leaders in clinical chemistry, molecular diagnostics, mass spectrometry, translational medicine, lab management, and other areas of breaking science in laboratory medicine.

Learn about cutting edge technology. The AACC annual meeting has more than 200 new product introductions each year.

Hear vital research and learn about important changes in the field. With more than 200 educational opportunities in Lectures, Plenary Sessions, Symposia, Short Courses and Brown Bag Sessions, you can design an educational experience that best meets your professional needs. 

Plenary Sessions
Feature speakers with different perspectives on the future of healthcare. Plenary speakers are nationally recognized leaders from clinical practice, research, business, and policy.

Symposia Sessions
Presented by experts actively involved in the field.  Traditional lectures in large rooms, allow for a broad brush on each subject

Short Courses
Various formats, presented to a small class size, allows for a more intensive treatment on a specific subject.

Brown Bag Sessions
Small discussion groups, early morning or during lunchtime, provide an opportunity for intimate and active exchange among participants and noted experts in the field. Expect lively discussion, dialogue and debate, as well as frequent Q & A. Food, for purchase, will be available near these sessions.

Meet the Experts
An opportunity for you to join a small group of interested colleagues for intense discussions with Plenary speakers and other invited experts. These sessions provide the change for in-depth, interactive discussion.

Chairs Invited Sessions
The Chair of the Annual Meeting Organizing Committee creates this special sessions of particular importance to annual meeting attendees.

AACC University
Attend Sunday Short Courses without paying the general registration fee for the Annual Meeting. This is ideal if the rest of your week is filled with non-conference activities such as the Expo or committee meetings.

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