EMGS invites early stage investigators to consider the National Institutes of Health’s Stephen I. Katz Early Stage Investigator Research Project Grant.
In their October 2020 Editor's Choice article, "CD59-deficient bone marrow erythroid cells from rats treated with procarbazine and propyl-nitrosourea have mutations in the Pig-a gene," Revollo et al. report the rat RBC Pig-a assay detects true Pig-a gene mutations.
Attention computer scientists, bioinformaticians, data scientists, genome scientists, and environmental toxicologists! We are now accepting submissions for the EMGS Bioinformatics Challenge 2021.
Quantitative Interpretation of Genetic Toxicity Dose Response Data for Risk Assessment and Regulatory Decision-making: Current Status, Persistent Challenges, and Emerging Priorities
Co-chairs: Paul White, Health Canada, Ottawa, Canada; Andreas Zeller, Hoffmann-La Roche, Basel, Switzerland
The EMGS offers any member of the scientific community the opportunity to nominate deserving individuals for awards that are presented at the EMGS Annual Meeting. Information on the awards is listed below, and nomination forms can be found on the EMGS Awards and Honors Page.