Debby Roubicek, PhD, manager of the Toxicology Genotoxicity Sector at the Sao Paulo State Environmental Agency, has been a member of the EMGS since she was a graduate student, and a member of the Brazilian Mutagen Society (MutaGen-Brasil) since its conception in 1989.
The Escher Fund for Autism is offering free memberships for one year for new members who have significant involvement in the field of germ cell toxicology, epigenetic inheritance via toxic exposures, or germ cell mutagenesis.
Congratulations to Dr. Hailey Gahlon on becoming the 2021 EMGS Young Scientist Award Winner! Hailey Gahlon is currently a Senior Scientist/Group Leader at ETH Zürich, Switzerland. The goal of her research aims to understand aberrant pathways in genome maintenance to realize the role of mutations in
EMGS celebrates its LGBTQIA+ scientists during June Pride Month. In recognition of these scientists and as a final celebration of Pride Month, please enjoy this article spotlighting Zac Nagel, Assistant Professor at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health.