WASHINGTON, DC (November 9, 2009) - The Association for Molecular Pathology (AMP) invites the media to follow its upcoming 2009 Annual Meeting and Exhibits and learn about the latest advances in clinical molecular diagnostics.
What: The four-day event will feature more than 100 corporate exhibits, as well as many cutting-edge lectures, workshops and plenary sessions. The keynote speaker is the distinguished recipient of the 2009 AMP Award for Excellence in Molecular Diagnostics, Kay E. Davies, Ph.D., of the University of Oxford. Additional presentation titles include:
- Gene Patents: Current Environment
- Response of Molecular Diagnostic Laboratories to Novel Influenza A Virus Infections
- Genetics of Complex Pediatric Disorders: What Have We Learned
- The Cancer Genome Atlas
- Mutation Analysis in Leukemias
Who: AMP is offering complimentary registration packages for contacts from qualified print, online and broadcast news media outlets. If you are unable to attend the meeting, please contact the AMP Press Room Manager to request interviews with speakers and be added to the media distribution list.
When: November 19-22, 2009
Where: Gaylord Palms Resort & Convention Center, Kissimmee, FL
Why: Media registrants will be able to take advantage of our Press Room, as well as many new services and amenities including:
- VIP seating in many of our presentations and workshops
- Interviews with many of our influential speakers and exhibiting companies
- Access to company news releases, press kit materials and event information
Please contact Andrew Noble if you are interested in attending this year's meeting and/or if you would like to be added to AMP's media list. For more information the 2009 Annual Meeting, please visit: www.amp.org/2009/media.htm.
The Association for Molecular Pathology (AMP) is an international medical professional association dedicated to the advancement, practice, and science of clinical molecular laboratory medicine and translational research based on the applications of molecular biology, genetics and genomics. For more information, please visit: www.amp.org.