Two Receive Cytopathology Travel Scholarships
The American Society of Cytopathology (ASC) has recognized two individuals linked to the Department of Pathology and Lab Medicine at URMC.
Kathryn Kiely (top, right) was one of five cytotechnologists from across the U.S. selected to receive a travel scholarship to attend the ASC's Annual Scientific Meeting to be held in Phoenix, AZ in November 2017.
Kelsey Snyder, (below, right) the first student to graduate from the Roswell Park Cancer Institute/Daemen College cytopathology training program, where Donna K. Russell, M.Ed, CT (ASCP) HT is the program director, also received a travel scholarship to the ASC meeting.
Snyder was additionally named a recipient of the 2016 Geraldine Colby Zeiler Award, which is given to five cytotechnology students who show great microscopic diagnostic skill, leadership and initiative within their program.
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