Fellow Program

The designation of Fellow is a formal recognition of those AMI members who have generously contributed their skill, time, and effort to the Association by performing volunteer service. The purpose of the AMI's Fellow Program is to both recognize and encourage such volunteer participation in the activities of the Association.

Increased member participation results in a greater exchange of ideas and information, and ultimately benefits the entire membership. Member involvement with AMI leadership, professional committees, the Journal of Biocommunication, and annual meeting events helps insure that the AMI will continue to be a successful and growing professional association.

Fellow of the AMI (FAMI) is among the most distinguished honors bestowed by our Association. Being inducted as a Fellow is contingent upon attaining a minimum of 1000 Fellow points, and having faithfully served the Association. Each inducted Fellow receives a gold Fellow pin and a Fellow certificate from AMI's President and Chair of the Board.

View the full listing of Fellow Activities & Points here.

Logging Fellow Points: 

Simply log in to CE Tracker Live (CETL) here. If you are a CMI, you should have already received your login credentials from AMI HQ. If you are not a CMI, or if you haven’t received login credentials, please reach out to hq@ami.org and we will gladly create an account for you.

Once you have logged in, you can select the Fellow Points menu tab where you can find all the AMI activities that qualify for Fellow Points. For detailed instructions on tracking your points in CETL, review this how-to guide.

Remember, there is no time limit for submitting Fellow Points, you may enter them at any time. However, filing them annually or as you complete them will help to ensure you do not forget any.

If you have any trouble logging in or using the system, we are here to help! We’re more than happy to answer any questions you may have or walk you through the system. Please reach out to AMI HQ at hq@ami.org if you need assistance.