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A Comprehensive Review in Clinical Cytogenetics
An Internet-based program designed for individuals eligible to sit for the CG Exam given by ASCP.
Certified Tobacco Treatment Training Program
A virtual four-day class for individuals interested in seeking Tobacco Treatment Specialist (TTS) and Certification (CTTS).
Review Course in Medical Dosimetry
December 6-8, 2021
Three-day online workshop designed as a review for dosimetrists preparing to take the Medical Dosimetry Certification Board Examination. Program details will be posted prior to the course.
An internet-based program designed for individuals eligible to sit for the Medical Dosimetrist Certification Board (MDCB).
Michael Ahearn Summer Workshop for High School Science Educators
June and July 2022
The workshop returns to campus for Summer 2022 with opportunities in Cytogenetic Technology, Radiation Therapy, Molecular Genetic Technology, and Health Misinformation.
On-Site Comprehensive Review in Clinical Cytogenetics
April 2-3, 2020
An internet-based program designed to prepare participants for successful completion of MT/CLS certification exam.
Mammography Registry Review
March 22-26, 2020
Technologists who have already completed the Mammography Clinical Experience Requirements can prepare for the ARRT Mammography registry exam by attending this portion of the course. This will also satisfy the structured education requirements necessary for the advanced registry.
Mammography Training Program
Updates available Summer 2022
This program is for registered technologists who want to become mammography certified and registered. Participants who complete the seven-week course will receive a certificate of completion and be eligible to take the ARRT Advanced Mammography Exam.
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