2022 marks the 100th anniversary of the American Society for Clinical Pathology

To celebrate this incredible achievement, ASCP is showcasing the history of the Society, highlighting major accomplishments, and more.

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"ASCP has been advancing education, knowledge, research, and clinical care for our patients for 100 years. Help celebrate this tremendous milestone for pathology and laboratory medicine professionals around the world by attending the 100th anniversary ASCP Annual Meeting in Chicago September 7-9, 2022."

Harv Rinder, MD, FASCP

ASCP President

1922 A group of 39 physicians meets during the 1922 American Medical Association (AMA) meeting in St. Louis, Missouri, to establish what becomes the American Society of Clinical Pathologists (ASCP). 

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100 Years: A Brief History

1928 ASCP officially establishes the Board of Registry, now the ASCP Board of Certification, as part of an effort to standardize laboratory services and ensure competency of laboratory personnel.

1936 ASCP pathologists in cooperation with the AMA create the American Board of Pathology, approved by the American Board of Medical Specialties to offer certification in anatomic and clinical pathology.

1940

1940 The American Journal of Clinical Pathology, first published in 1931, becomes a monthly publication.

1950

1955 ASCP elects its first female president, Emma S. Moss, MD, and she becomes the first female president of any national medical association.

1960

1968 ASCP creates member categories that are inclusive of nonphysician members of the Society.

1970

1970 ASCP’s Laboratory Medicine debuts.

1977 ASCP leads the sponsorship and organization of National Medical Laboratory Week.

1980

1985 ASCP develops guidelines for the approval of continuing medical laboratory education (CMLE) programs.

1990

1992 ASCP elects the first medical technologist to its Board of Directors.

2000

2002 ASCP officially changes its name to the American Society for Clinical Pathology from American Society for Clinical Pathologists.

2010

2015 ASCP launches the Partners for Cancer Diagnosis and Treatment in Africa initiative to provide rapid cancer diagnostics, care, and treatment to Sub-Saharan Africa. 

2019 The ASCP Foundation is formed, supporting diagnostic medicine and public health across the globe.

2021 ASCP and The Joint Commission collaborate to launch the Leading Laboratories Recognition Program.

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