Molecular Genetic Pathology
Review Course Online Self-Study, will be available in
http://www.amp.org/mgp2009/ for more details.
The AMP website lists collaboration opportunities offered by
companies. Go to “Resources – Assay Development –
Collaboration Opportunities” or directly to
http://www.amp.org/Resources/collaborate.htm . The
same area of the website offers laboratories a place to
advertise their capabilities to companies who may be seeking
laboratories for opportunities such as beta-testing.
Catalogue of Mutation
a great resource for clinical practice and research has been
updated by the Clinical Practice Committee (CPC). The
mutation database is available on the AMP website posted in
the “Clinical Practice Committee Comments and Projects”
section of the CPC webpage (http://www.amp.org/CP/clinicalpractice.htm).
One can navigate there,
www.amp.org > About AMP
> Committees > Clinical Practice.
Please send any feedback directly to CPC Chair Iris
or should your favorite mutation database not yet be listed.
Trainee Listserv and Book Display
The new junior members of the AMP's Training and Education
Committee (see below) are inviting Program Directors to
encourage their trainees to join AMP, subscribe to the
trainee listserv and participate in this forum. They are
also requesting the AMP membership who have authored/edited
various molecular/genetics textbooks to contact your
respective publishers to encourage the donation of a copy of
these texts for the AMP Trainee Book Display at the Annual
Meeting in November.
A drawing will be held at the Trainee Luncheon to give away
The donated volumes themselves can be sent to: Association
for Molecular Pathology, ATTN: AMP 2009 T&E Booth, 9650
Rockville Pike, Bethesda, MD 20814-3993 (USA)
If you have any questions in this regard, please contact us:
Allison Marie Cushman-Vokoun