Schedule Change - Third All Hands Session Goes Back to EMGS Roots

Back to EMGS Roots: Exploiting New Technologies to Identify and Regulate Induced Heritable Effects

Be sure to attend the final All Hands 3: Back to EMGS Roots: Exploiting New Technologies to Identify and Regulate Induced Heritable Effects from 9:10 am-12:45 pm. Below is information about adjustments that have been made to the presenters and the schedule.

 

9:10 AM   Session Overview

Carole L. Yauk, Health Canada

 

9:20 AM   International Activities for Assessing and Evaluating Agents as Human Germ-Cell Mutagens

David M. DeMarini, US Environmental Protection Agency

 

9:35 AM   What’s So Special About Germ Cells? The Epigenetics of Germ Cells

Amander T. Clark, University of California, Los Angeles

 

10:00 AM  What’s So Special About DNA Repair in Germ Cells?

Joann B. Sweasy, Yale University School of Medicine

 

10:25 AM Break

 

10:40 AM  Paternal Exposures Inducing Germline Mutations Transmitted to Offspring

Frederik J. van Schooten, Maastricht University

 

11:05 AM Identifying Environmental and Genetic Risk Factors for Germline CNV Mutations

Thomas Glover, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

 

11:30 AM Advances in the Detection of Male Germ Cell Mutations

Francesco Marchetti, Health Canada

 

11:55 AM High-Throughput Strategies for the Identification of Germ Cell Toxicants

Patrick Allard, University of California, Los Angeles

 

12:20 PM New Technologies and Initiatives in Germ Cell Mutagenicity Testing?

Jan van Benthem, National Institute for Public Health and the Environment (RIVM)

 

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