The Beyond Genes conference explores how non-genetic factors contribute to heritable pathology and probes key questions for research and public health.
2020 EMGS Young Scientist Award- Congratulations to Dr. Laurie Sanders.
Congratulations to Dr. Laurie Sanders on becoming the 2020 EMGS Young Scientist Award Winner! Dr. Laurie Sanders is an assistant professor at Duke University School of Medicine in the department of Neurology.
In their April 2020 Editor's Choice article, “Long INterspersed Element‐1 Mobility as a Sensor of Environmental Stresses” Del Re and Giorgi comprehensively review details of LINE-1, including how they function as a sensor of environmental stress.
The EMGS Executive Board is pleased to reveal the locations of the organization’s 2022 and 2023 Annual Meetings, as well as the selection of Dr. Jeff Bemis as 2022 EMGS Program Chair.
The EMGS Nominating Committee has selected the candidates for this year’s election. This year we will be choosing a Vice President-Elect and five Councilors. Each candidate has agreed to volunteer their time and energy to serve both the Society and its members.