2022 Archived Presentations

ASCT offers member discounts on live and recorded archived digital presentations.

You will receive your real-time presentation access link via email from ASCT after payment is processed. Participants can choose to hear the audio via the phone or over their computer speakers. Each presentation will offer one CE credit as defined by the ASCP CMP.  Archived presentations available for one year from date of purchase.  CE available for one year only from date of original purchase for original registrants only.

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January 26, 2022

Interesting Student Cases

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Lia Harmon
Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center
Daemen College School of Cytotechnology

Clair Mansour, BS, CT(ASCP)
UCLA School of Cytotechnology

Cassie Mayle, MS, CT(ASCP)
Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center
Daemen College

Caleigh Shea Murphy, MS, CT(ASCP)
Albany College of Pharmacy School of Cytotechnology


February 9, 2022
"Fine needle aspiration cytology of the pancreas; the common, the rare and the unexpected"

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Dr. Omer Saeed, MBBS

Assistant Professor of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine
Indiana University School of Medicine, Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine

Learning Objectives:
Understand the cytomorphology of pancreatic adenocarcinoma and how to differentiate it from certain mimics
Recognize the morphology of common and rare causes of solid pancreatic masses
Understand the limitation of cytopathology in pancreatic pathology


 March 30, 2022
"AI & Cytopathology"

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Dr. Liron Pantanowitz

Director, Division of Anatomic Pathology
A. James French Professor of Pathology
Department of Pathology & Clinical Labs
University of Michigan

Learning Objectives:
Review past, current & future applications of AI in cytopathology
Review emerging digital cytology platforms that support AI apps

April 13, 2022

"Cytopathology of Pediatric Small Round Cell Tumors"

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Dr. Lisa Teot

Staff Pathologist and Director of Cytopathology and Director, Pediatric Pathology Fellowship Program
Boston Children’s Hospital

Learning Objectives:
Describe the cytologic features of common and uncommon small round cell tumors that occur in children and list differential diagnostic considerations for these entities
Describe appropriate ancillary studies to enhance the cytologic diagnosis of pediatric small round cell tumors
Discuss the limitations of and diagnostic pitfalls in the cytologic diagnosis of pediatric small round cell tumors


August 5, 2022

 Live Presentation: Fluid Cytology - Test Your Knowledge?

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Michele Smith, MS SCT(ASCP)
Eileen Ludlow, SCT(ASCP)
Shea Murphy, MS CT(ASCP)

Learning objectives:
Discuss a variety of fluid cytology cases.
Differentiate key morphology characteristics to make a diagnosis. 
Examine ancillary testing results and compare with morphologic features.

October 12, 2022
Live Presentation: Pancreaticobiliary Cytology-Problem Cases

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Dr. Judy C. Pang
Medical Director, Cytology Laboratory
Department of Pathology
Michigan Medicine, University of Michigan

Learning Objectives:
  • Cytologic features of pancreaticobiliary neoplasms and potential pitfalls/mimickers.
  • Use of ancillary tests to aid in challenging cases.
  • Importance of clinical and radiologic correlation.

December 14, 2022
Live Presentation: Salivary Gland Cytology: A Review

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Erwin Shaw, D.O.
Lt. Col, MC, USAF
Cytopathology Fellowship Assistant Program Dir.
San Antonio Military Medical Center

Learning objectives:
Review common salivary gland lesions
Discuss differential diagnosis by pattern
Milan classification system