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.
EMGS is excited to present the new 2021-2025 Strategic Plan. We have been working extensively to ensure that the vision, mission, and goals of the society are demonstrated through this plan. Please read below the process EMGS took to create the Strategic Plan. Additional work is still being done on
EMGS is committed to helping young scientists - our future - make critical career transitions. At our Annual Meeting, we feature the EMGS Young Scientist Award, a prestigious prize for a new investigator embarking on an independent scientific career and the opportunity to give a plenary talk at our