Applications are due April 1, 2019 for the July 23, 2019 exam or November 1, 2019 for February 18, 2020 exam.

General Information

Agger, Sean PhD_20110705_01

Becoming board certified in clinical chemistry has given me the opportunity to move into a high profile position at my institution.  The credentials have also provided me with opportunities to moonlight as a forensic toxicology director and consult on project that would have otherwise been out of reach.  I would highly recommend becoming a board certified Diplomate.

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The ABCC credential speaks for itself—it indicates a level of knowledge, training, and expertise in our field.  People with a variety of educational backgrounds may serve as clinical consultants, and board certification provides a common baseline.  In my current position, I provide consultation to clients from across the United States, and board certification helps define my role.

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Being board certified in clinical chemistry and toxicological chemistry gives me recognition amongst my peers as well as regulatory agencies. Having a nationally recognized certification gives me latitude to pursue career opportunities throughout the country.