SAVE-THE-DATE! You don’t want to miss this year’s EMGS Annual Meeting in Raleigh, North Carolina.
A Great Venue for EMGS to Meet! Raleigh is famously part of the “Research Triangle” and we are fortunate to use this plethora of local talent in our program as speakers and exhibitors. Since this area is home to two federal agencies, four major research universities and six other colleges and universities, we expect our meeting to be well attended.
This year’s meeting is titled,
Environmental Health Sciences Bridging the Gap between Exposure, Mechanism and Public Health
Angelika Amon, Consequences of Aneuploidy
Samuel H. Wilson, Ins and Outs of Base Excision Repair
Roger Greenberg, Alternative Recombination Mechanisms Control ALTernative Telomere Length
Mark J. Zylka, Characterizing Genetic and Environmental Risks for Autism
Hollaender Award Winner, Radim J. Sram, Air Pollution and Molecular Biomarkers Associated with Children’s Health
EMGS Award Lecture, Peter McKinnon, Genome Stability and Brain Health
Molecular Insight During DNA Damage Processing
New Approaches and Considerations for Assessing Chemical Safety in a Computational and a High-Throughput in Vitro Toxicology World
The Unique Vulnerability of the Germline Epigenome: Towards Evidence of Transgenerational Inheritance?
Linking DNA Adducts with Mutational Signatures
Novel Genomic Editing: CRISPR-Cas9 Application in Toxicology and Mechanistic Discovery
Whole Exome Sequencing in Clinical and Environmental Disease
Cross Talk between Telomere Biology and DNA Repair: from Molecules to Humans
Mosaic Mutations in Humans and Risk for Disease
Integrated Genotoxicity Testing Strategies: Practical Application of Toxicogenomics
The Genetic and Environmental Factors Associated with Autism Spectrum Disorder
Biological Implications of Covalent Modifications to DNA and RNA
Microcephaly: Genetic and Environmental Contributions to Human Developmental Neuropathy
Environmental Epidemiology: the Influence of Early Life Exposures on the Epigenome
What is in the Water, and is it Safe?
Toxicity and Occupational Disease Caused by Inhalation Exposure to Food Flavorings
Entrepreneurship, Economic Initiatives, and Bioscience Incubators Alternative mammalian models for genotoxicity testing
Alternative Models for (epi)Genotoxicity Testing
Mass Spectrometry in Assessing Chemical Exposures and Human Health
You will love Raleigh! Raleigh has three major state museums--of art, history and natural sciences (all are free). Local cuisine ranges from upscale fine dining to brewpubs (Raleigh is known for its craft beer) to traditional Southern cooking. Enjoy nightlife in downtown Raleigh in the Capital District, Fayetteville Street district, Glenwood South, Moore Square district and the Warehouse District.
Organized by the Health and Environmental Sciences Institute (HESI) Application of Genomics to Mechanism-Based Risk Assessment Committee, Health Canada and McGill University, and will feature multi-se...
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