28th Annual Meeting
Hyatt Regency New Orleans
August 14-17, 2015
Review Course August 13
The meeting unites professionals engaged in the practice and study of medical laboratory immunology and provides an opportunity to enhance their knowledge of immunologic principles and their application to immune mediated disorders, infectious disease, cancer, and quality assurance/quality control of immunologic testing. Attendees will hear experts in the field present new and cutting-edge information about the pathogenesis, diagnosis, monitoring and treatment of these disorders. This meeting will also highlight new discoveries in immunology and novel and emerging technologies in laboratory medicine. Finally, this annual meeting offers the individual not only a format for learning but also for collaborations and essential interactions vital to their development and growth.
Important Dates and and Deadline
|Abstract submission, meeting registration, hotel reservations open
|Abstract submission deadline
||January 28, 2015
|Exhibitor registration deadline
||March 13, 2015
|Meeting registration deadline for poster presenters
||April 1, 2015
|Late-breaking abstract submission deadline
||April 1, 2015
|Headquarter hotel registration discount deadline
||June 1, 2015
||June 24-27, 2015
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The ABMLI Application to take the Certification Exam
American Board of Medical Laboratory Immunology (ABMLI)
The ABMLI was established in 1975 to test the expertise of immunologists. Board-certified immunologists are adjudged capable to direct laboratories engaged in the practice of medical laboratory immunology. Certification by the ABMLI is the highest credential available to practicing medical laboratory immunologists.
ABMLI certification is recognized by federal and state governmental agencies as a significant component toward meeting licensure requirements to direct laboratories engaged in the microbiological diagnosis of human disease. It is recognized under the Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments of 1988 final rule and in all 12 states that require licensure: California, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Louisiana, Montana, Nevada, New York, North Dakota, Rhode Island, Tennessee, and West Virginia.
After your application has been approved, the exam registration window opens on June 15 and closes on August 24 of each year. On that date, provided your application has been approved, you will be sent an email containing instructions for registering for the exam. As part of the registration process, you will select your testing center, your desired date and time, and pay the exam registration fee. If you are approved after the exam registration window has opened, you will be sent registration instructions at the time you are approved. Approved applicants areadvised to register to take the exam as soon as possible after the registration window opens to ensure maximum flexibility in selecting their testing location and time.
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