AMP 2022 Annual Meeting & Expo: Post-Event Recap
POSTED January 10, 2023
The Valley of The Sun (Phoenix, AZ) was the host city for the Association For Molecular Pathology’s AMP 2022 Annual Meeting & Expo. Held November 1st – 5th, the AMP conference is the only educational event developed and presented by internationally recognized molecular diagnostic professionals.
AMP is known for supplying attendees with the latest industry intelligence and technologies that enable them to deliver superior patient care. Event speakers represented a variety of sub-specialties, including quantitative pathology, medical genomics, science policy, rare disease diagnosis, and hematopathology.
A diverse group of industry experts from around the globe, including leaders and key decision-makers, attended the meeting at the Phoenix Convention Center. And although the Wave team did not exhibit or speak at AMP 2022, we were certainly well-represented! Our National Accounts Manager, Rachel Miller, and Sales Director, Bridget Ketron, were on hand to engage with vendors and channel partners throughout the 4-day session. It’s always a pleasure to see our existing partners and clients and to have an opportunity to meet new colleagues and share the Wave story.
As part of the conference, AMP also offered its Corporate Workshop Day. Open to all AMP attendees and the general public, this free session was held on November 2nd and provided registrants an opportunity to learn from industry representatives about the latest scientific advances and equipment.
AMP 2022 was a great experience, and our Sales team has already locked AMP 2023 onto their schedule!
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