I am thrilled to announce that Dr. Jeff Bemis has agreed to serve as the Program Chair for the virtual EMGS 2021 meeting, and Dr. Isabelle Miousse has agreed to join his team as the Young Investigator co-chair.
High quality new investigators who have recently transitioned to independence (≤ 3 years), and who are committed to developing their roles as leaders within the EMGS, are invited to apply to be part of a Newly Independent Investigator Engagement Program.
The Environmental Mutagenesis and Genomics Society seeks to assist its emeritus members in staying engaged with the activities of the society.
In their November 2020 Editor's Choice article, “Quantification of cancer driver mutations in human breast and lung DNA using targeted, error-corrected CarcSeq,” Harris et al. demonstrate spontaneously-occurring CDMs may serve as quantitative reporters of clonal expansion and carcinogenic effect.
We are pleased to announce the newest members of the EMGS Council and Executive Board. Each new member will serve a 3-year term in their respective positions.