AABB’s members are the backbone of the Association. AABB offers a variety of ways for members to get involved – from serving in a leadership position, to joining a committee or section, participating in advocacy efforts, or joining the mentoring program. Get involved and enhance your membership today.
“Being actively involved in AABB provides me with the opportunity to learn about and discuss topics of interest and importance in transfusion medicine and blood banking, which translates to better care for patients.”
— Wen Lu, MD
AABB's Board of Directors serve as leaders of the Association. Representing the membership at large, Board members are instrumental in defining our community's priorities and determining the direction of AABB.
There are myriad ways to volunteer with AABB. Enrich your membership experience, share your expertise, and connect with like-minded professionals through one of AABB's many volunteer opportunities.
The Alliance for a Strong Blood Supply is a coalition of a diverse group of national health associations, patient advocacy groups, blood collectors and other organizations dedicated to protecting and strengthening the nation’s blood supply and advancing patient care.
Every year, AABB bestows a number of prestigious awards to honor the women and men who have made a profound impact on the blood and biotherapies community. AABB members are invited to nominate influential leaders of the field for our awards.
AABB assessors are a vital part of the AABB Accreditation Program. AABB assessors are highly skilled professionals who bring their valuable knowledge and insight to AABB-accredited facilities worldwide.