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Call for Expressions of Interest – AMALC Editor-in-Chief

09/01/2019 17:02:32

Editor-in-Chief, Analyte Monographs Alongside the National Laboratory Medicine Catalogue (AMALCs) – call for expressions of interest


The AMALCs are a valued and valuable clinical, scientific and technical resource used by ACB members and non-members alike. The existing AMALCs can be found by following this link: Their preparation was commissioned by NHS England to complement the National Laboratory Medicine Catalogue, and Dr William Marshall is the current Editor-in-Chief. Dr Marshall will stand down from this position in May 2019 and the Scientific Committee would like to invite expressions of interest from suitably qualified colleagues.

The specific duties are to work with the Scientific Committee and AMALC authors to ensure appropriate new AMALCs are commissioned; to help authors write the new AMALC document in the appropriate style with good grammar and prose; to liaise with the ACB office to ensure final edited versions are uploaded to the ACB website; to liaise with authors to ensure existing AMALCs are reviewed regularly.

If you are interested and feel you fit the bill, then please prepare a single side of A4 detailing your relevant knowledge and experience, your qualifications for the role and why you are interested and send to Chris Chaloner by email at in the first instance. Closing date for full applications is March 31st 2019. The role attracts a small stipend based on duration of specific editing activity.

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