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Regular Members are individuals interested in the educational, medical, scientific, economic, and/or regulatory aspects of molecular diagnostics, including but not limited to pathologists, clinical laboratory scientists, technologists, clinicians and other health care personnel, government employees, especially those involved in regulation of the field, and professionals in the in vitro diagnostics industry. Regular members are eligible to vote, to hold elected office, and to serve on AMP committees.
Associate Membership is open to students, postdoctoral fellows, and residents at a reduced rate. Associate membership carries all the benefits of full membership except holding elected office and voting rights in AMP elections. Associate members are eligible to be considered for a Junior Member position on the committees. Candidates for associate membership must include communication from their Program Director certifying the applicant's trainee status.
The Association for Molecular Pathology (AMP) offers a special discount annual dues rate to individuals that reside and work in developing countries as categorized by the World Health Organization (WHO) HINARI list. (View the HINARI List to see if you qualify for this membership rate) HINARI-Eligible Membership includes online-only access to The Journal of Molecular Diagnostics and a 50% discount off the AMP Regular-Member rate to attend the AMP Annual Meeting & Exhibits.
Emeritus Membership is open to Regular Members who are retired and are no longer receiving either full or part-time salary from an institution, company or organization. Candidates for this category must have been a Regular AMP member for at least the five consecutive years immediately preceding application for Emeritus status. Emeritus membership carries all the benefits of full membership except the ability to run for elected office or vote in Society elections.
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