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The American Board of Clinical Chemistry (ABCC) is a not-for-profit organization, incorporated in 1950, devoted to certification of individuals with doctoral level degrees in the practice of clinical chemistry, toxicological chemistry, and other clinical laboratory medicine disciplines. In purpose, function, and organization the ABCC is analogous to the certifying boards in various medical specialties. The aim of the Board is to serve the public interest and advance the science by establishing standards of competence for those who practice clinical laboratory medicine, and to certify as Diplomates those qualified specialists who comply with the requirements of the Board.

 


Application Deadline

Exam Dates

Location

November 1, 2014

February 17, 2015

Boston. MA
Kansas City, MO
Salt Lake City, UT
Honolulu, HI
Electronic exam: Mol​ecular only*

April 1, 2015

July 25, 2015

Atlanta, GA
Electronic exam: Molecular only *

 

ABCC's molecular diagnostics exam will be given in paper format at the designated ABCC exam site(s) and in electronic format at sites in the Kryterion Testing Network.  Eligible candidates will receive further information on the electronic testing option.​

Application, fee, and all supporting documents must be received by the application deadline. For application materials, see rules and regulations, credentials evaluation, and application forms on this website or contact the ABCC administrative office.

Erin Grady
ABCC, 1850 K Street, NW, Suite 625
Washington, DC 20006-2213
Tel 202-835-8717
Fax 202-833-4576
egrady@aacc.org

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