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MASC represents all doctors working in academic medicine.
An overview of the UK MASC, its priorities, subcommittees and meeting information.
MASC works with employers and others to ensure that there are sufficient incentives to attract and keep doctors in the discipline. See what we are working on.
The committee chairs and representatives for the 2017-18 session.
COMAR is the annual conference of the MASC - see highlights from the 2017 conference
Watch the full speech delivered by the MASC co-chair at ARM 2017.
Academic trainees are represented in the BMA by the Joint Academic Trainees Subcommittee (JATS).
WAM identifies actions that would enhance the position of women in academic medicine and advises MASC on any actions that it or the wider BMA should be taking.
SMASC represents medical academics in Scotland
The interests of medical academic staff in Wales are now represented by the UK Medical Academic Staff Committee.
NIMASC represents medical academics in Northern Ireland
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A a range of initiatives to help you get more involved with committee and volunteering activities.
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