To register for the ACLPS 2017 Annual Meeting at Yale University taking place June 15 - June 17, 2017, please fill out and submit this form.
Full Meeting, Member: $375
Full Meeting, Non-Member: $475
Student Registration: $275
**Student Registration does not include residents or fellows. Students will be asked to verify student status. Does not include banquet, but banquet may be added for $100.
Early registration ends at 11:59PM on May 15, 2017. There is a $100 fee for registrations made after that time.
VISA and MasterCard Only for payment.
A discounted group rate of $189 per night (plus tax) has been arranged at the Omni New Haven Hotel at Yale, located at 155 Temple Street, New Haven, CT. The organizers have arranged for a small group of hotel rooms at the Study at Yale, which is walking distance of the Omni. If you are looking for accommodations Wednesday/Thursday, then please consider booking Wednesday/Thursday at the Study and then Friday/Saturday at the Omni. To make a reservation at the Omni please click here. To make a reservation for the Study at Yale please call 203-503-3900 and reference "Academy of Clinical Lab Physicians and Scientists" to get the group rate of $209.00 for a standard accommodation and $289.00 for a king study suite.
Travel & New Haven Information
For most travelers who are flying, we recommend flying into and out of Bradley International Airport (BDL) in Hartford/Springfield. It is a reliable 50 minute drive to New Haven. Additional travel options are provided at the link. For travel information to New Haven, please click here.
For general information about New Haven including events, please click here.
For information for Poster Presentation at ACLPS 2017, please click here.
If you have questions about registration, please contact Yale Conferences & Events at 203-432-0465 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Learning Objectives for the ACLPS Meeting
1. Learners will employ current trends in the Laboratory Medicine such as blood group antigen alloimmunization, host-pathogen interactions, and of disease & immunodeficiency.
2. Participants will advance patient diagnosis, management and monitoring by improving collaboration with other members of the healthcare team.
3. Attendees will expand their knowledge of developing areas in Laboratory Medicine such as genomics and informatics.
4. Learners will improve patient care by understanding and implementing new testing methods and technologies in the clinical laboratory.
The target audience for this meeting is physicians, laboratory directors, clinical laboratory scientists, medical technologists, residents, and fellows.