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The ASVCP is a nonprofit scientific organization dedicated to the promotion of scientific advancement, education, and standards in veterinary laboratory medicine.

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The mission of Veterinary Clinical Pathology is to provide an international forum for the communication and discussion of scientific investigations and new developments that advance the art and science of comparative laboratory medicine in domestic, nondomestic, and laboratory animals.

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ACVP/ASVCP Annual Meeting

Dates: November 4-8, 2017
Location: Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

2016 ASVCP Session Survey Graphical Results for Mystery Slide are available in the Members only Section

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ACVP Phase II Certifying Examination Application has been posted to their website. Click here to go to the ACVP's Application page. The deadline for applying to take the exam in Ames or in Tampa has been extended until January 31, 2017.

ASVCP Scholarship Application for Clinical Pathology Resident Externship Training in Industry

December 2016 Newsletter

Guidelines for the determination of reference intervals (RI) in veterinary species