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CALL FOR VOLUNTEERS

Special Opportunity for Early- to Mid-Career AMP Member Attendees!
The AMP 2017 Program Committee invites Early- to Mid-Career* volunteers to co-moderate sessions at the AMP 2017 Annual Meeting in Salt Lake City. Accepted applicants will be partnered with a primary moderator with whom they will collaborate to facilitate an Early Bird or Workshop session during the meeting. This is a great opportunity to get involved, play a role in the AMP Annual Meeting, and interact directly with your peers and colleagues. There is no fee to apply; however, please note that AMP does not cover the cost for moderators to attend the Annual Meeting.

*Early- to Mid-Career is defined as trainees through within 10 years post-fellowship training. Indicate career level in the online application form.

NEXT STEPS:

  1. Review the duties of co-moderators as indicated below.
  2. Click here to apply online no later than Monday August 7, 2017. Be sure to include a clear statement of interest via the online form. This will help the Program Committee to select and appropriately assign co-moderators. Space is limited!
  3. Look forward to a response from the Program Committee no later than September 30.

DUTIES OF CO-MODERATORS:
Prior to Annual Meeting:

  • Schedule a call with the Program Committee Co-Moderator(s) of the session to which you’ve been assigned.
  • Confirm that slides from all presenters are uploaded to the online Presentation Management System prior to the start of the session.
  • Prepare questions for speakers and ask them during the session, time permitting..

Onsite at the Annual Meeting:

  • Arrive at the session room 15 minutes prior to your session’s start time.
  • Determine with your co-moderator/speakers how you would like to handle the introduction of Speakers. These should be very brief, only one or two sentences. For your convenience, Speaker Biographies will be printed in the program book and online.
  • Determine with your co-moderator/speakers how you would like to handle the Q&A or Panel Discussion portion of the session (if applicable).
  • Keep speakers on schedule. It is imperative to keep sessions running on time so that it does not disrupt breaks and/or other sessions.

Call for Applications: AMP Professional Relations Committee

AMP Professional Relations Committee
The AMP Professional Relations Committee (PRC) is accepting applications for both new regular and junior members to serve up to six (6) one-year terms, beginning in November 2017. The PRC is the primary liaison between AMP and other organizations. Major responsibilities of the Committee include communicating and coordinating activities with the appropriate government, patient, and professional organizations to inform policy and reimbursement discussions that influence the practice of molecular pathology; developing AMP positions on emerging issues affecting molecular pathology; and interacting with a wide variety of entities, including other professional associations, Congress and U.S. Federal Agencies such as FDA, CDC, DHHS.


Applicants must be available for monthly committee conference calls. If interested, please fill out the online application per the link below. This form requires an upload of your CV.

 

Deadline to apply: Wednesday, August 9, 2017

 

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