USCAPUnited States and Canadian Academy of Pathology
USCAPUnited States Climate Action Partnership
USCAPUniversity of Sydney Central Asian Programme (est. 1992; Sydney, Australia)
USCAPUnited States Commercial Aviation Partnership
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Twitter activity related to the annual USCAP meeting has risen from 7 tweets containing #USCAP10 during the 2010 meeting dates, to 17 860 tweets containing #USCAP2016 or #USCAP16 during the 2016 USCAP meeting dates (Figure 1).
As a leader in companion diagnostics, we are proud to be a Silver sponsor of USCAP," said Jacob Thaysen, president of Agilent's Diagnostics and Genomics Group, which includes the Dako products for cancer diagnostics.
USCAP believes that strong climate legislation is a critical element of any effort to stimulate investment and innovation in low-carbon technologies.
So hand-in-hand, the USCAP Baptist and bootleggers trooped up to Capitol Hill in February 2007 calling on lawmakers to enact "a robust cap-and-trade program.
In its "A Call for Action" report released earlier this year, USCAP stated one of its key views: "Each year we delay action to control emissions increases the risk of unavoidable consequences that could necessitate even steeper reduction in the future, at potentially greater economic cost and social disruption.
Dr Krasinskas currently serves on the Education Committee of the USCAP, on the editorial boards of leading pathology journals, including the Archives of Pathology & Laboratory Medicine as a section editor in Residents Affairs, and as vice president of the newly formed international Pancreatobiliary Pathology Society.
I think the most dominant aspect of USCAP was the integration of molecular-based technologies into the daily practice of pathology.
The USCAP Annual Meeting will be held on March 12th through the 18th at the Washington State Convention Center in Seattle, WA.
Dako, an Agilent Technologies Company and worldwide provider of cancer diagnostics, unveiled the newest addition to its IHC portfolio at the 2013 USCAP congress in Baltimore, Maryland, today.
He has served as codirector of short courses for both the American Society of Clinical Pathology and the United States and Canadian Academy of Pathology (USCAP); worked with Anna-Luise Katzenstein, MD, to develop a course for practicing pathologists entitled Pathology of the Lung; codirected the USCAP Diagnostic Pathology week-long, summer course; collaborated with his friend, mentor, and colleague Krishnan Unni, MD, for more than a decade as codirector of the Mayo Clinic's Practical Surgical Pathology courses; served for 13 years as member, short course coordinator, and chair of the USCAP Education Committee; was codirector of the 2011 USCAP Long Course; and currently chairs the USCAP's Innovative Educational Products Committee (IEPC).
USCAP is made up of 33 organizations, including 27 of the world's largest corporations and six respected non-governmental organizations.