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February 2021 Newsletter


AMLI Website Member News
February 2021

Education Committee Updates:

The AMLI Education Committee is preparing to introduce several educational initiatives. As part of this process the Committee has been working closely with the Website and CME Committees to build the structure through the AMLI website that enables the Committee to implement these initiatives.  Amid these ongoing efforts, the Committee is happy to announce that live or prerecorded quarterly webinars will be introduced soon. Topics will include SARS-CoV2/COVID-19 and other pertinent clinical immunology fields. Please stay tuned for further details.

The Education Committee will also be introducing a Listserv program to promote fluid and effective communication among the AMLI members as well as non-members. This allows members to exchange/share ideas and knowledge based on their expertise instantaneously. Announcements and notifications will also be delivered through this channel.

The Committee will offer additional AMLI Educational Materials (Non-AMLI Meeting Presentations):

These educational initiatives include Quarterly live or prerecorded presentations, PowerPoint presentations (audio/video) or Slides without audio/video, Case Studies (with or without quizzes), Methodologies and Regulations (Improved or new Methods, Cutting-edge technologies, Test Validations Matters, Laboratory Regulations), Published articles by AMLI members, nonmembers and others (Links to PubMed or Attached PDF articles).

Target Audience:

Clinical Immunologists with MD or PhD, Trainees (clinical pathology residents and fellows in clinical immunology, clinical microbiology and clinical chemistry), clinical/medical laboratory scientists and medical technologists working in allergy, autoimmune diseases, immunodeficiencies, hematopathology, infections and immunology, transplant immunology fields.  Other audiences could also be clinical microbiologists and infectious disease specialists.

Content of education materials:

  1. Basic/advanced immunology
  2. Clinical immunology (allergy, autoimmune diseases, immunodeficiencies, immune dysregulation, hematopathology, infections and immunology, transplant immunology)
  3. Microbiology (infectious diseases and serology)
  4. CAP/CLIA regulations, method validation
  5. Different test methodologies and test validation

The Journal of Immunological Methods

The Journal of Immunological Methods is excited to re-energize our relationship with the AMLI!  The Journal of Immunological Methods (JIM) provides an outstanding forum for Methods papers covering a wide range of Immunology research relevant to AMLI members.  JIM is proud to support Poster Awards for meritorious posters at the AMLI annual meeting.  We look forward to receiving manuscript submissions related to AMLI meeting submissions, as well as other submissions from AMLI members throughout the year.  Opportunities exist for AMLI members to host Special Issues or prepare Review Articles for JIM, please inquire if you would like further details and we would be happy to hear your proposals.  We look forward to an exciting and productive relationship with AMLI, and to provide a vibrant outlet for your research work.
Tim Niewold, Editor-in-Chief and Amir Sadighi Akha, Associate Editor
https://www.journals.elsevier.com/journal-of-immunological-methods


AMLI 2020 Distinguished Service Award

The Association of Medical Laboratory Immunologists announced the recipient of the AMLI 2020 Distinguished Service Award.
The Award went to Dr. Vijaya Knight, immediate past President of the AMLI.
Please click here for more about Dr. Knight’s career.

AMLI 2020 Erwin Neter Award

The Association of Medical Laboratory Immunologists announced the recipient of the AMLI 2020 Neter Award.
The Award went to Dr. Thomas Alexander, 2000-2001 past President of the AMLI.
     Please click here for more about Dr. Alexander’s career.