Warren R. Lang Student Awards
ASCT invites Cytotechnology students enrolled in cytotech programs to participate in the ASCT Student Case Presentations at our Annual Conference each year. Present what you have learned during your cytology training and you will have the opportunity to win $150!
Both content and presentation are considered when determining awards. All student participants will each receive a "Certificate of Recognition" and be acknowledged at the conference and on the website. This is a wonderful opportunity for students to showcase their talents and meet and interact with other students and cytotechnologists.
Up to 10 students are selected to present their case presentation in person. Because we know that not all students can attend the conference, ASCT also invites all students to submit their presentation for a computer loop that is shown during the break time sessions of the conference. All student conference registration will be paid for by the ASCT Foundation! Remember, students must be ASCT members to receive the free registration. Join online here. For more information on submitting a presentation, contact ASCT Education Chair, Liza DiFillipo.
Congratulations to the 2019 Student Presentation Winners!
1st place - Morgan Carey, Indiana University School of Medicine
2nd place - Angelica Carter (Indiana University School of Medicine & Chelsea Grasser - University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
3rd place - Taylor Jackson University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
Computer Presentation Winner: Kevin Tran, UCLA School of Cytotechnology
2018 Student Presentation Winners
1st place: Briana Rebmann, METC Program Fort Sam Houston, Texas
2nd place: Ioan Tudor Vladislav, University of Wisconsin-Madison
3rd place: Elizabeth Fisher, Indiana University
Computer Presentation Winner: Avrina Ririe, University of California, Los Angeles
2017 Student Presentation Winners
1st - Amanda Vallow, UT at MD Anderson School of Health Professions
2nd - Franklin Barber, UT at MD Anderson School of Health Professions
3rd - Christina Barbato, Thomas Jefferson University
2016 Student Presentation Winners
1st - Kathryn Kiely, Anisa I. Kanbour School of Cytotechnology of the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center
2nd - Jennifer Paul, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
3rd - Chowdhury Tabassum, UT MD Anderson Cancer Center School of Health Professions
Computer presentation winner - Danielle Garcia, Rutgers School of Health Related Professions
Open to students enrolled in approved schools of cytotechnology. A letter from the school (including completion date) is required for membership. Student membership is complimentary. Upon graduation, current student members can renew at the rate of $30, for their first year of employment. Join today!