With an aim of promoting research in Cytopathology and related fields and to encourage the science and art of Cytopathology by encouraging higher standards in Cytopathology for public benefit, The British Association for Cytopathology (BAC) was formed in 2011 by merging two previous societies, the BSCC (British Society for Clinical Cytology) and the NAC (National Association of Cytologists). The BAC hosts an annual scientific meeting providing a stimulating scientific programme including symposiums, plenary talks and workshops. Speakers are often internationally renowned and the event allows delegates to come together.
The BAC speaks to cytology in every one of its structures inside the UK, and works intimately with other pertinent social orders, national bodies and government offices. The BAC is quick to help its individuals and has built up a subsidizing opportunity supporting exploration, advancement and review in cytopathology. The BAC involves in many professional meetings.The British Association for Cytopathology will work with groups of a similar nature and exchange information, advice and knowledge with them, including cooperation with other professional organisations, charities, statutory and non-statutory organisations.Read More»