2012 ASCP Annual Meeting Daily Videos

Thanks to all who attended and participated in the 2012 ASCP Annual Meeting in Boston! If you did not attend—or even if you did—you can view video highlights from each day of the event below. A special thanks to our keynote speakers and everyone who presented. Your dedication proves that we are Stronger Together.

Day 1

The 2012 ASCP Annual Meeting is under way in Boston! More than 1,500 pathologists, pathology residents, and laboratory professionals from around the world are gathered for an action-packed program of learning, networking, and exploring the future of clinical pathology. Celebrating its 90th anniversary, ASCP is pushing ahead with bold plans for continued partnerships and outreach serving the Global Community. Through partnerships and alliances, we are Stronger Together. Watch this video to learn more about today’s events, which include the Keynote Address by actress, humanitarian and global health advocate Ashley Judd.

Day 2

Collaboration takes center stage on the second day of the ASCP Annual Meeting. Former First Lady Laura W. Bush talks about her partnership with Pink Ribbon Red Ribbon. Kimberly Allison, MD, author of Red Sunshine, and colleagues Eric G. Bing, MD, PhD, MBA, John Nkengasong, PhD, and Doyin Oluwole, MD, MRCP, FRCP, team up for the Women’s Health Forum. Thursday evening, members saw a screening of a thought-provoking new movie, “Escape Fire: The Fight to Rescue American Healthcare,” followed by a Q&A with one of the directors, Matthew Heineman.

Day 3

As the 2012 ASCP Annual Meeting winds down, Day 3 of the meeting focused on advancing scientific knowledge. Donald M. Berwick, MD, former Administrator of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, shared his vision for the future of health care. Outgoing ASCP President C. Bruce Alexander, MD, FASCP, discussed ASCP's collaborative partnerships. And, 15-year-old scientific whiz kid Jack Andraka talked about his breakthrough method for detecting pancreatic cancer. Watch this video to learn more.