- Juan Chen, Westmont, IL, USA
- Ningchun Xu, Pleasant Gap, PA, USA
- Michel Theron, Strasbourg, France
- Ozgur Albayrak, Istanbul, Turkey
- Prateek Bhatia, New Delhi, India
- Terry Wightman, Rochester, NY, USA
- Dan Xu, San Diego, CA, USA
- Arielle Ginsberg, New York, NY, USA
- Chun Fai Chan, San Diego, CA, USA
Please join the Certification Advisory Committee in congratulating our colleagues in achieving this milestone in their careers!
Since September 2011 the ICCE has certified 191 cytometrists worldwide. The ICCE is now available five days a week at 500 locations worldwide. Click here to register today.
Becoming a certified cytometrist tells the scientific community that you have cytometry expertise and experience. This proof of competence should increase your chances of getting that job or grant. It will increase your prestige and give you a competitive advantage compared to noncertified cytometrists.
Preparing for the exam will help you increase your knowledge of cytometry. The ICCE can give you a professional goal to work towards.
Becoming a certified cytometrist will give you pride of accomplishment and that sense of satisfaction that comes with achieving an important goal!
The ICCE is the result of two years of collaboration between ISAC, ICCS and ESCCA, with strong financial support from the Wallace H. Coulter Foundation and with valuable input from cytometrists in many locations and work settings.
The process began with a market feasibility study, which concluded that there was a perceived need for a cytometry certification and that there was a common body of knowledge shared by cytometrists in all work settings. A role delineation study was then conducted to produce the ICCE content outline, and volunteers wrote, edited and approved the examination.
Certified Cytometrists are encouraged to use the designation C.Cy. or CCy after their names on their letterhead, business cards, website and all forms of address to indicate that they have achieved this status.