ASCCP Inaugurates New President at the Annual Scientific Meeting in Las Vegas

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ASCCP announces the installation of its new president, Dr. Warner K. Huh.

ASCCP has a long history of education and leadership in education and guidelines development for anogenital and HPV-related diseases.

ASCCP, the Society for the prevention and treatment of anogenital and HPV-related diseases, installed a new president during its annual business meeting just prior to kicking off its annual scientific meeting, held this year in Las Vegas, Nevada. Dr. Warner K. Huh officially assumed responsibility as president for the organization on Wednesday, April 18, 2018. ASCCP serves more than 2,000 multidisciplinary healthcare professionals.

Dr. Huh brings 15 years of gynecology oncology experience serving the greater Birmingham, Alabama community. In additional to his clinical work, Dr. Huh serves as Professor and Division Director in the Division of Gynecologic Oncology at the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) and a Senior Scientist in the UAB Comprehensive Cancer Center.

“ASCCP has a long history of education and leadership in education and guidelines development for anogenital and HPV-related diseases,” said Dr. Huh. “I am honored to build on the outstanding leadership of Dr. Barbara Moscicki, who served as president for the past year, and led the society through the development of strategic planning. I look forward to working with our Board, committees, and members, to roll out that strategic plan and lead the Society as we tackle critical efforts such as updated guidelines on the management of women with abnormal cervical cancer screening tests and cancer precursors.”

Dr. Huh succeeds Dr. Barbara Moscicki who served as ASCCP president for one year and is now the ASCCP Immediate Past President.

ASCCP is a professional society for an interdisciplinary group of healthcare professionals including physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, midwives and researchers, who are focused on improving lives through the prevention and treatment of anogenital and HPV-related diseases.

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