On Tuesday, three SIGs will meet from 7:00 am–8:30 am to share free-form discussion and short presentations of key challenges and new initiatives. The SIGs provide a casual way for young investigators and seasoned researchers to interact.
Tuesday SIG Meetings:
- Epigenetics Special Interest Group
- Risk Assessment Special Interest Group
- Transgenic and In Vivo Mutagenesis Special Interest Group
Please note that the meetings are free but preregistration is required. If you have not yet registered for the SIG meetings, please visit the registration desk.
The EMGS Award Lecture will given by Joann Sweasy at 8:45 am in Century A. Dr. Sweasy will discuss Pertinent Answers from Impertinent Questions: Base Excision Repair, Cancer, and Autoimmunity.
Two Symposia will begin at 10:00 am in Century A and B. For a listing of topics and speakers for each symposium, please consult the meeting agenda.
In the afternoon, two Symposia will begin at 2:00 pm in Century A and B. For a listing of topics and speakers for each symposium, please consult the meeting agenda.
The EMGS Business Meeting will be held in Century A from 4:45–6:00 pm. Plan to attend the EMGS Business Meeting to obtain a brief overview of EMGS accomplishments, which will be shared by the EMGS leadership and Editor-in-Chief of EMM.
Join us at 7:30 pm in Century C for the EMGS Annual Banquet. In addition to dinner and dancing, we will congratulate and acknowledge recipients of the Alexander Hollaender Award, EMGS Award, EMGS Service Award, EMGS Emerging Scientist Travel Awards, and the EMGS Student and New Investigator Travel Awards.
Come celebrate as we all join together toward the close of another eventful and dynamic meeting between students and established scientists throughout academia, government, and industry. We look forward to seeing you there!
Bevin P. Engelward, ScD
Thomas E. Wilson, MD, PhD
EMGS Vice President