Association for Molecular Pathology                       
Newsletter
October 2009, Volume 15, Number 3

Inside this Issue

Front Page
President's Message
Special Features
• AMP Advocacy
• AMP Test Directory
• CHAMP
• JMD Report
• Web Editorial Board
• AMP 2009 Preliminary Program
• AMP 2009 Corporate Workshops

• Announcements
Committee Reports
• Clinical Practice Committee
• Membership & Professional   
  Development Committee
• Nominating Committee
• Professional Relations
  Committee
• Program Committee
• Publications Committee
• Training & Education Committee
Subdivision Reports
• Genetics
• Hematopathology
• Infectious Diseases
• Solid Tumors
2009 AMP Officers and Appointees


 


 


 

The Journal of Molecular Diagnostics
 
Karen Kaul, MD, PhD By Karen Kaul, MD, PhD
Editor-in-Chief, The Journal of Molecular Diagnostics
e-mail: k-kaul@northwestern.edu

It is with a combination of pride, excitement and sadness that I see this year pass by as my last as Editor-in-Chief of The Journal of Molecular DiagnosticsThe Journal, like many of the things AMP does, grew out of the time, hard work, and dedication of its devoted members.  It has achieved the success it has as a result of the ongoing energies of AMP members, an expert Editorial staff, and efforts from an international group of authors and reviewers.  It has been my great honor to serve in a leadership role for the journal, and a great pleasure to work with these many talented people.

I would like to congratulate Timothy O’Leary who has been appointed the new Editor-in-Chief!  Tim has been deeply involved in AMP over the years and will do a terrific job with JMD!  He brings considerable expertise and perspective in a wide range of issues related to the breadth of molecular diagnostics.  He will be assisted by Barbara Zehnbauer, serving as Senior Associate Editor, with her valuable experience as Associate Editor these past years.  Along with the remainder of the Editorial Board, The Journal is in excellent hands!  I am very enthusiastic about the coming years for JMD, as I am certain this journal will continue to grow and evolve in exciting ways—and am also certain that Tim and Barbara will be very busy.

Thank you all for your years of support and encouragement, and I look forward to seeing you in November at the Annual Meeting!