Capacity building, especially on strengthening the managerial competences for members of the Association of Medical Laboratory Scientists of Nigeria (AMLSN), is one of the priority activities in AMLSN’s strategic plan document. As a high-level profession, AMLSN partnered with American Society for Microbiology (ASM) through a funding support from US-Centre for Disease Control.
Surprise encomiums were poured on Alh Toyosi Y Raheem(TYR) at the presentation of the Pan-African Servant Leadership Award to him on Monday March 6, 2017 at the AMLSN National Secretariat, Abuja, Nigeria. The award was from the African Students Union Parliament (ASUP).
The Association of Medical Laboratory Scientists of Nigeria (AMLSN) wishes to congratulate all Medical Laboratory Scientists in Nigeria and in Diaspora on the occasion of this year’s World Biomedical Science Day (2017). No doubt, our profession continues to be very important in Diagnosis, Research, Training and Service Delivery. It is with delight that AMLSN hereby directs all her members to commemorate the day in the best way possible.
Commemoration of World Biomedical Science Day 2017
Background: The 2017 edition of the Annual Public Health Lecture Series of our association marks a decade of the introduction of the programme by our association. It will be recalled that the Annual Public Lecture Series was introduced by our association as an additional scientific activity in 2007.
Welcome Address delivered by Alh Toyosi Y. Raheem at AMLSN 2017 Public Health Lecture
COMMUNIQUE ISSUED AT THE END OF THE 52ND ANNUAL SCIENTIFIC CONFERENCE AND WORKSHOP OF THE ASSOCIATION OF MEDICAL LABORATORY SCIENTISTS OF NIGERIA WHICH HELD AT THE GYMNASTICS HALL, JOLLY NYAME SPORTS COMPLEX, JALINGO ON 2ND TO 8TH OCTOBER 2016.
Communique issued at the end of AMLSN 52nd Annual Scientific Conference and Workshop