The International Affairs Committee was established in 2010 as a Working Group and became an ad hoc committee in 2015. Read the Press Release (May 21, 2015). The Committee endeavors to advance molecular pathology around the globe through educational and professional activities.
Although the majority of AMP members reside in the U.S., the AMP founding members desired to create a global organization. Today, AMP International Affairs Committee members and International Affiliates can be found in more than 45 countries and all continents except Antarctica as seen on this Google map. The Committee endeavors to advance molecular pathology and expand AMP membership outside of North America.
Molecular in my Pocket: Establishing a Molecular Laboratory - Best Practices Around the Globe
Primary Authors: Roberta Sitnik and Brittany Coffman
Learn more about AMP Around the Globe.
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If you are interested in serving on the International Affairs Committee, please see the various roles available and the responsibilities of each role by clicking here.
Rami Mahfouz, MD, MPH
American University of Beirut Medical Center
Adewunmi Oluseye Adeoye, MD
Princess Margaret Hospital
David Barton, PhD
National Centre for Medical Genetics
Renata Coudry, MD, PhD
Hospital Sirio Libanes
Bibhu Das, PhD
Andrew Fellowes, PhD
Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre
Chang Ho Jeon, MD, PhD
Daegu Catholic University Medical Center
Benedict Yan, MD
National University Hospital of Singapore
Roberta Sitnik, PhD
Hospital Israelita Albert Einstein
Lei Po (Chris) Wong, PhD
Denis Francis York, PhD
Molecular Diagnostic Services (Pty) Ltd
Massimiliano Marco Corsi-Romanelli, MD, PhD
Silke Lassmann, BSc, PhD
University Medical Center, Albert-Ludwigs University
Helen Fernandes, PhD
Jin-Yeong Han, MD, PhD
Dong-A University, College of Medicine, Korea
Victoria M Pratt, PhD
Indiana University Medical Center
Mary Steele Williams, MNA, MT(ASCP)SM