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AMP 2013 Annual Meeting
November 14-16, 2013
Phoenix Convention Center
Corporate Workshop Day
November 13, 2013
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AMP 2013 MGP Review Course
April 4-7, 2013
Double Tree by Hilton Hotel
Bethesda - Washington DC
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The Association for Molecular Pathology (AMP) is committed to the advancement of clinical molecular diagnostic and prognostic medicine through education and training of practitioners, physicians, laboratory and industrial scientists, and health care professionals involved in patient care and management.
the development of new technologies in molecular biology
to be used in laboratory medicine, including diagnosis,
treatment, and prognosis of genetic disorders, cancer,
infectious diseases, identity and histocompatibility. AMP
members and supporters participate in basic and
translational research aimed at broadening the
understanding of gene/protein structure and function,
disease processes, and molecular diagnostics. AMP aims
to inform and educate its members of advances in, and
applications of, nucleic acid-based diagnostics through its
annual society meetings, publications, listserv, and other
Individuals interested in the educational, medical, scientific, economic, and regulatory aspects of molecular diagnostics, including but not limited to pathologists, clinical laboratory scientists, clinicians and other health care personnel, government employees, especially those involved in regulation of the field, and professionals in the in vitro diagnostics industry, are invited to become members.
1. AMP reserves the right to activate or inactivate memberships, in accordance with AMP Bylaws and AMP Operating Procedures.
2.Please be advised that 0.03% of the dues paid during 2010 were related to lobbying expenditures and are non-deductible pursuant to Internal Revenue Service Code section 162(e)(1). Please consult your tax advisor regarding your individual reporting requirements.