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Association for Molecular Pathology (AMP) Online Application/Nomination for Volunteer Positions

Call for Volunteers: USCAP Co-Moderator

Application Due Date: May 6, 2024

Are you an AMP member and a regular attendee of the USCAP meeting? Would you like to represent AMP as the co-moderator of the AMP Companion Meeting at the USCAP Annual Meeting? This will entail working with the current co-moderator to help design the program, moderate the session on site, and work with AMP and USCAP office staff to organize handouts and other logistical details.

We are looking for one energetic, enthusiastic, and organized individual for a 2-year appointment, so that you will be able to be mentored by the current co-moderator in the 2025 (Boston, MA) planning process as you prepare for being the lead moderator in 2026 (San Antonio, TX).

You must be a regular USCAP attendee (travel not funded by AMP) and be very familiar with the audience and content of the USCAP annual meeting, as well as being a committed AMP member with strong skills in molecular pathology.


AMP member applications are being accepted for subject matter expert (SME) volunteers to serve on a new Clinical Practice Committee (CPC) Project Group (Working Group / Task Force)

The AMP CPC Clinical Validation of cfDNA and ctDNA Assays Guideline project will create a Laboratory Practice Guideline that will establish the baseline for validation of liquid biopsy assays using either NGS or digital PCR techniques, building off previous AMP validation guidelines (Jennings et al., 2017; Roy et al., 2018; Duncavage et al., 2023), a previous AMP review article (Gold et al., 2015), and findings from the 2023 Recommendations for Cell-free DNA Assay Validations: A Joint Consensus Recommendation of the Association for Molecular Pathology and College of American Pathologists
AMP Project Group Member responsibilities apply (position description). 


Call for Volunteers: AMP Clinical Practice External Representatives  

AMP External Representatives provide subject matter expertise and AMP's organizational participation on collaborative initiatives led by other professional organizations and/or stakeholder groups. Current AMP membership is required throughout appointment. Terms of service may vary by opportunity - see application for additional details. 

Current opportunities:


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