Publications for Medical Students

ASCP publications help you stay ahead of the curve.

ASCP journals and books are your key to continuous learning. With more than 35 years of distinguished history—we maintain a recognizable track record of award-winning journals and books.

ASCP Press  is the publishing arm of ASCP—offering full-scale in-house publishing of journals, textbooks, reference texts, atlases, multimedia, and educational products. 

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    American Journal of Clinical Pathology (AJCP) is the leading peer-reviewed pathology and laboratory medicine research journal.

      Lab Medicine is ASCP's quarterly periodical dedicated to providing continuing education, career development, and new technologies to laboratory professionals.

        Critical Values is ASCP’s quarterly magazine with news and features covering trends of interest to pathologists and laboratory professionals alike.

        A complete archive of Critical Values issues can be found here.  

          ASCP eNewsBriefs is a bimonthly email newsletter for all ASCP members. It contains breaking news about ASCP and important issues about the profession.

          Daily Diagnosis is a daily customized email briefing of major news developments within the laboratory and health field sent to ASCP members. This briefing provides concise summaries of the most important developments regarding pathology and laboratory medicine news first thing every weekday morning. The ASCP has partnered with U.S. News and World Report and Bulletin News to bring you this free benefit of ASCP membership.

          ePolicyNews is a monthly email containing the latest advocacy news from ASCP's Washington DC office. An archive of the ePolicyNews issues can be found here.

          ASCP Action Alerts are sent out to ASCP's membership to provide up-to-date legislative and regulatory information on the most current pathology and laboratory medicine issues in state and federal government. These alerts allow ASCP members and colleagues to become educated about the issues at hand and take action by contacting their local or federal officials with a few clicks of a mouse. An archive of Action Alerts can be found here.