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Welcome to the new AACC Artery

AACC Presindent, Mike Bennett, extends a personal welcome to the new AACC Artery, AACC’s enhanced members-only online community. Since its inception in 2014, the Artery has engaged nearly 13,000 laboratory medicine professionals, starting thousands of conversations that have generated more than 400,000 page views. Check the new enhanced online community

LC-MS/MS Maintenance and Best Practices

I am creating this post to build a small network of experienced or proficient LC-MS/MS users that wouldn't mind sharing some pearls of wisdom on LC maintenance basics.  I realize the manufacturer is a good source for this information, however the direction they give can often leave me with more questions...which I am hoping some of you can answer

March for Science

In case you haven’t heard, there is a March for Science planned for Earth Day (April 22, 2017), in Washington D.C.  This march is designed to show elected officials and policy-makers that there is a large community that supports both evidence-based policy and scientific research. Since this is important and is a field in which I have dedicated many years of my life, I have decided to attend the march in person and will be in Washington D.C. on April 22nd.  I hope that you will be able to join me in Washington D.C., or perhaps at a satellite march if there is one in your area. Coordinate on the Artery.


Knowledge. Connections. Innovation.

AACC brings together the world of laboratory medicine to exchange best practices, learn about the latest biomedical science, and network with like-minded professionals from across the globe. 

Molecule of the Month

AACC Molecule June 2016

This molecule was recently identified as a noteworthy cause of death. Can you guess what it is? (Answer next month – and more clues during the month on the AACC Artery)

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