COVID-19 Update: ABCC has extended the April 1st application deadline to May 1st. We are requesting application materials be sent electronically to ABCCadministrator@aacc.org. ABCC is working with the testing centers regarding examination administration. The test date remains the same (July 21st, 2020). Any change in the test date will be communicated directly with the test taker.

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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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Being ABCC certified allows me to be confident that I can compete for clinical chemistry/toxicology positions across the country. From a clinical licensing perspective, having ABCC certification was essential to obtaining a Clinical Chemist director license in the State of California. To me, someone with ABCC certification signifies that they are commitment to our profession and have achieved a high level of success.

JColby2018

I believe that ABCC diplomates are recognized as leaders in our field and that as a result my certification has opened many doors for me.  The rigor of the ABCC certification process is one of the reasons our credentials continue to be so well-regarded.  My ABCC diplomate status is a concrete representation of my commitment to continued growth and excellence in clinical chemistry and toxicological chemistry.