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Registration is now open for the 2024 Joint Annual Meeting (JAM) of the American Society for Clinical Laboratory Science (ASCLS), Association for Genetic Technologists (AGT), and Society of American Federal Medical Laboratory Scientists (SAFMLS). Join us July 8 - 12, either in-person in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, or virtually online. The JAM will be held at the Wyndham Grand Hotel in Pittsburgh. 

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 Program for All Laboratory Professionals     

JAM is the gathering for all those with a mutual interest in advancing medical laboratory science for the benefits of patients. Participate in the best learning experiences that encompass all disciplines of the laboratory profession and all stages of your career.

Attend In-Person or Virtually      

To provide you flexibility to participate in JAM in the format that best fits your personal circumstances, you have the option to attend JAM either in-person or virtually. All education sessions will be streamed live and recorded.


The 2024 JAM will be held at the Wyndham Grand Hotel in Pittsburgh. SAFMLS members, please refer to SAFMLS' communication for information on reserving rooms at the Government rate. Others who qualify for government employee rates should email for instructions.

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industry engagement

The JAM offers you an opportunity to engage with laboratory professionals by exhibiting your services and developing relationships with key decision makers. JAM offers a single, integrated educational program including sessions and poster presentations, for both in person and virtual attendees. We look forward to coming together this summer—whether that’s face-to-face in Pittsburgh or online for the virtual experience—to reunite with our professional community and celebrate our impact. We anticipate nearly 1,000 laboratory professionals, thought-leaders, and students will gather to learn how practice at the cutting edge in clinical laboratories will be transformed in the foreseeable future and how they can maximize their impact on patient safety and care. 

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