Society for Young Clinical Laboratorians

Laboratorians younger than age 40 will find a welcome atmosphere among peers in the Society for Young Clinical Laboratorians (SYCL), which provides crucial networking, mentorship, programming, and recognition opportunities. SYCL (pronounced "cycle") is a free benefit to under 40 members as well as Trainee Members of AACC, and enrollment is automatic.


Developing an Influential Leadership Role

Save the date for this year's workshop—Saturday, July 29 in San Diego, just prior to the start of the 69th AACC Annual Scientific Meeting & Clinical Lab Expo. This interactive workshop is designed to help you enhance your ability to forge relationships, negotiate contracts, engage your team, and build your influence in the laboratory. Registration is now open.

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SYCL on Artery 2.0

Join the conversation on the new Artery which has relaunched on an enhanced platform. In this members-only online community, you can engage with SYCL members to share ideas, research, and best practices. 

Featured SYCL Webinar

Biotin and Laboratory Testing: Recognizing Interferences and Preventing Misdiagnosis

Register now for this September 28 AACC webinar, which is free for all members of SYCL and the Endocrinology Division.* Speakers Nikola Baumann, PhD, and Brooke Katzman, PhD, of the Mayo Clinic, will present several compelling cases of patients identified with erroneous thyroid function test results due to biotin consumption. *You will receive a promo code via email.

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SYCL360 Interviews Dr. Andy Hoofnagle

Dr. Joe El-Khoury interviews Dr. Andy Hoofnagle, clinical pathologist and associate professor and head of the Division of Clinical Chemistry in the Department of Laboratory Medicine at the University of Washington.

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