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vote 
AACC encourages all members to vote in the 2014 AACC Elections, which will run from September 1-30. Robert Christenson, PhD, chair of AACC's nominating committee, announced the slate of candidates in June. To learn more about the candidates, read their biographies and platforms. Deadline: September 30. Members will also be asked to approve two Bylaws revisions as part of the voting ballot.
testing 
Stanford University researchers have developed a new rapid method for detecting type 1 diabetes from a drop of blood.
Eric Green 
At AACC’s virtual conference, Eric Green, MD, PhD, director of the NIH’s National Human Genome Research Institute (NHGRI), will give a talk on how advances in the “omics” fields are affecting healthcare. The conference is free for all AACC members, and will be available on demand for those who register for it.
qa control 
This online certificate program explains how quality control (QC) works with an emphasis on simple, implementable practices for the clinical laboratorian. Learn the principles of good statistical QC, with tips for establishing QC parameters, reviewing your data, detecting errors, how often to measure QC samples, and more. Enroll today and earn 10 CE credits.
aacc 
The 2014 Annual Meeting & Clinical Lab Expo concluded on July 31 with rave reviews and more than 19,500 attendees from 114 countries. We look forward to seeing you next year in Atlanta for the 2015 Annual Meeting & Clinical Lab Expo, July 26–30, 2015.