AACC’s Emerging Countries Program brings together AACC laboratory science experts with laboratory professionals in emerging countries, promoting global education and leadership opportunities. This initiative is generously supported by the Wallace H. Coulter Foundation (WHCF). Wallace Coulter was an innovator, inventor, and entrepreneur who revolutionized the practice of hematology and laboratory medicine and pioneered the development of flow cytometry and monoclonal antibodies.
(The Latin American Working Group greets participants of the 2013 Panama Workshop. L-R: Jose C. Jara-Aguirre, Rosa Sierra-Amor, Omar Laterza, Barbara Goldsmith (Chair), Veronica Luzzi, and M. Laura Parnas.)
The Latin American Working Group
The Latin American Working Group (LAWG), a committee of the AACC, provides advice and oversight in the planning education projects in Latin America.
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AACC Annual Meeting and Clinical Lab Expo
The AACC annual meeting offers several opportunities to connect with global leaders in laboratory medicine from around the world, including an annual Latin American Working Group Mixer. At the 2015 AACC Annual Meeting & Clinical Lab Expo, AACC will offer a mini-workshop, held entirely in Spanish, that will use practical examples and exercises to demonstrate the verification of assay performance in the clinical laboratory.
If you have questions about AACC’s international activities in emerging areas, or would like additional information about this program, contact
Program Manager, Emerging Countries