MARCH 2: Applied Genetic Toxicology SIG to host mid-year meeting, open to all EMGS members, guests

Applied Genetic Toxicology’s Mid-Year Meeting: 
An EMGS Webinar and Online Workshop 

Presented by the Applied Genetic Toxicology Special Interest Group 

 

When: March 2 at 8PM Eastern Standard Time (U.S.) 

Where: Virtual (a link will be provided to all registered participants)

Cost: Free 

Details: The meeting is open to EMGS members and guests. All participants must register prior to the meeting; a link to the meeting site will be provided via email following registration.  

About this workshop: The meeting will feature two scientific talks, science trivia and a toast to our Applied Genetox colleagues. 

Scheduled talks 

  • Update on widespread exposure to the mutagen aristolochic acid in tumors and normal tissue - Steve Rosen, Duke-NUS Centre for Computational Biology 
  • Modernizing Genotoxicity Testing using CometChip® and TempO-Seq®: A high-throughput 96-well platform to measure and classify DNA damaging agents in human HepaRG™ Cells  Julie Buick, Health Canada 

Who is it for?: Applied Genetox SIG members, or anyone interested in applied genetic toxicology, or in the talks being presented during the meeting. 

Organizers: Alexandra Long (University of Toronto), Dan Roberts (Charles River) & Eunnara Cho (Health Canada) 

 

For questions, please contact emgshq@emgs-us.org.  

Not an EMGS member? Join today as a New Regular Member and receive a 50% discount on your first year of membership. 

 

 

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