We have transitioned our group activities to Facebook groups. Check out our list of groups below!
To request to join one of our Facebook groups, follow the appropriate link below, log in via your Facebook profile and click the Join Group button.
ASCP BOC International – Public Group
The ASCP BOC International Group is an open group for those interested in ASCP BOC international certifications. Medical laboratory students, professionals, program directors and others are encouraged to interact with our knowledgeable volunteers and staff who have years of experience in advising international certification applicants. Whether it’s MLS, MLT, CTgyn, MB, PBT or any other of the BOC’s international certifications, this group can answer any of your certification-related questions.
ASCP BOC Program Directors – Public Group
The ASCP BOC Program Directors Group is an open group for directors of laboratory programs whose students seek BOC certification. Whether it’s MLS, CT, HT, PBT or any other of the BOC’s 20 certifications, this peer-based group can answer any of your certification-related questions. Supported by volunteers with several years of program experience, the group aims to become the program director’s resource for information and support.
ASCP Career Ambassadors 2.0 – Closed Group*
ASCP Career Ambassador 2.0 is a volunteer network of laboratory professional, pathologist and resident members that promote careers in the medical laboratory in their communities. They also promote ASCP membership and opportunities in their labs and institutions.
ASCP Immuno-Oncology – Public Group
ASCP Immuno-Oncology is for pathologists, laboratory professionals, medical oncologists, clinical researchers, and other multidisciplinary members of the cancer care team to connect with peers and discuss topics related to immuno-oncology and immunotherapies.
ASCP Pathology Ambassadors – Closed Group*
ASCP Pathology Ambassadors is a volunteer program aimed to increase medical student recruitment to the field of pathology, while also engaging resident members as communicators and ambassadors of ASCP.
Public Groups – Anyone can view the group and discussion, but individuals must request to join the group to post and comment.
Closed Groups – Individuals must request to join the group to see the discussion, post and comment.