Committee Structure

The ACB's Council, committees and sub-committees work to further the aims and objectives of the Association and the profession as a whole for better science, better testing and better care.

ACB Executive and Council
Serves as the governing body and is responsible for managing all the affairs of the Association.

Education, Trainee and Workforce Committees
Supports the promotion and delivery of training for Clinical Biochemists at all stages of their careers.

National Meetings Committee
Organises the ACB’s National Meetings on cutting-edge science to serve the membership and clinical medicine community.

Scientific Affairs and Clinical Practice Committee
Responds on behalf of the ACB on all scientific matters relevant to the practice of clinical biochemistry.

Publications and Communications Committee
Oversees all communication from the ACB to its membership and the public.

Immunology Professional Committee
Represents the interests of Immunologists within the ACB and national professional bodies. 

Microbiology Professional Committee
Represents the interests of Microbiologists within the ACB and national professional bodies.