13th International Conference on Environmental Mutagens

Maintaining Genomic Health in a Changing World

53rd Annual Meeting of the EMGS

August 27 - September 1, 2022 - Ottawa Canada

 

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The International Conference on Environmental Mutagens (ICEM) has been rescheduled to: August 27- September 1, 2022.  We are hopeful that we can safely gather in person at that time.  To the extent possible, the intent is to keep the current program structure, including keynote speakers and symposium topics. Indeed, the majority of invited keynote speakers and symposium session chairs have already confirmed their participation in the 2022 ICEM.

The Environmental Mutagenesis & Genomics Society (EMGS) will be organizing a 2021 Virtual EMGS Annual Meeting and more information will be coming soon.

13th International Conference on Environmental Mutagens

Maintaining Genomic Health in a Changing World


To be held in Ottawa, Canada

Ottawa is Canada’s capital, a dynamic showcase city of more than one million people. Located in Ontario at the Quebec border, it’s a place where you’ll hear English and French spoken in the streets; where you can discover Canada’s proud heritage at impressive national sites and famous landmarks, including the Rideau Canal (a UNESCO World Heritage Site). It’s a city steeped in culture, with world-class museums and galleries displaying stunning national collections and special exhibitions from Canada and around the world.

For additional attendee resources, visit the Ottawa Tourism Official Website for the ICEM 2022: 13th International Conference on Environmental Mutagens | Ottawa Tourism


Ottawa is Accessible

  • International Airport offering daily direct connections to over 30 Canadian, U.S. and European Centers.
  • Airport 20 minutes from the city center.

Shaw Conference Center

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  • Modern, world-class facilities.
  • 20 minutes from the airport.
  • Short walk to 6,000 hotel rooms, ranging from 5-star to budget apartments.

Westin Hotel

Attached to the Rideau Centre, this upscale business hotel overlooks the Rideau Canal; it is a nine-minute walk from Parliament Hill and 2km (1.2 miles) from the Canadian Museum of History.

Step out of the hotel and find yourself steps away from the ByWard Market, a buzzing hub of outdoor farmers’ market stalls and specialty food shops selling Canadian cheese and maple-infused chocolate. It is also known for its colorful street art and hip stores filled with crafts and clothes by local designers. Surrounding eateries serve shawarma and BeaverTails (sweet fried pastries in the shape of a beaver’s tail). Nightlife encompasses rustic taverns and stylish bars.

Off-Site Banquet Venue (Canadian Museum of History)

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  • Grand Hall - spectacular venue with world's largest indoor collection of totem poles.

Wine and Cheese Reception (National Gallery of Canada Atrium)

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