Adverse Outcome Pathways (AOPs) – are a conceptual framework for portraying scientifically credible, causal linkages between perturbations of biological systems at the molecular, cellular, biochemical levels of organization to adverse effects to human or environmental health. They are a knowledge
EMGS is grateful for the members who offer their service to the society and who work toward fulfilling the mission of EMGS to “understand and mitigate the impacts of environmental exposures on the genome to protect human health through diverse and inclusive leadership in research, professional devel
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.
The Diversity and Inclusion (D&I) Committee proudly announces that the committee will be Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) committee.