Member Survey Report -
respondents are in the U.S.; 3% in Canada; other respondents
are in Belgium, Chile, Germany, Greece, Hong Kong, India,
Italy, Korea, Norway, Singapore, Sweden, The Netherlands.
Two respondents identified their work location as global or
worldwide. Most U.S. respondents are in California (7%),
Pennsylvania (8%), and Texas (7%). Every single member in
Alabama must have answered the survey; either that, or a few
people took the survey multiple times what a way to get
your voices heard! No one answered the survey from
Delaware, Hawaii, Kentucky, Nevada, South Dakota, or
Vermont. We do not have any members in Idaho, Mississippi,
Longevity of AMP Membership:
than 10 years (16%), 8-10 years (12%), 4-7 years (37%), 1-3
years (27%), less than 1 year (8%).
Highest Academic Degree
attained by respondents was pretty evenly split between PhD
only (39%) and MD/PhD/DO (33%). A significant number of
respondents (25%) have Bachelors or Masters as the highest
Approximately 25% of respondents hold AP/CP and 15% hold MGP
certifications from ABP; 18% hold certification from ABMG;
17% CLSp(MB) from NCA; 15% MT from ASCP. Eighteen other
certifications are held by 1-6% of the respondents.
genetics; 41% in solid tumors; 38% in infectious
diseases/microbiology; 37% in hematopathology; 21% in
pharmacogenomics; 18% in basic research; 9% industry R&D; 5%
forensics and identification; 5% sales/marketing; other
specialty areas 1-4%.
41% are Lab Director/Assoc Director; 12% physician; 9% R&D;
6% Supervisor or Technologist; other roles 1-4.
genetics; 47% each hematopathology, infectious diseases,
solid tumors; 25% pharmacogenomics.
academic medical center; 21% reference lab; 15% community
hospital/medical center; 14% product manufacturer; 3%
Continuing Education Requirements:
CME; 14% Certificate of Completion (contact hours/CEUs)
The AMP Organization
The Annual Meeting
Overview of Survey Responses
Insight into Decisions A Report from Maricel
M. Herrera, CMP,
Director of Meetings and Membership Services
Insight into CME A Report from Mark Sobel