EMGS at 50

A collection of video presentations explaining the scientific foundation and history of the Environmental Mutagenesis and Genomics Society and research perspectives for the future.

Content on this page was produced for and recorded during the Environmental Mutagenesis and Genomics Society's 50th Annual Meeting, held in Washington, D.C., in 2019. Please visit this page to see a full schedule of talks and presentations related to the society's 50th anniversary.

Protecting Our Most Vital Assets: Our Genome and Our Environment
The 50-Year Legacy of EMGS
Presented by Dr. David Demarini


The Continuing Evolution of Genetic Toxicity Testing and the EMGS
Presented by Dr. Errol Zeiger


DNA Repair: From Mechanistic Insights to EMGS Outreach Initiatives
Presented by Dr. Philip C. Hanawalt


Stressed-Induced Mutagenesis: From SOS to the DNA Damage Response
Presented by Dr. Joann B. Sweasy


A Twinkle In Our Founders' Eyes: The Next Generation of Germ-Cell Mutation Research
Presented by Dr. Carole Yauk


How Much Is Too Much? The Shifting Paradigm for Genetic Toxicity Assessment
Presented by Dr. Paul White


Epigenetics: Ghosts of Environment Past, Present & Future
Presented by Christopher D. Faulk


Gentoxicity Biomarkers: The 50-Year Revolution in Molecular Epidemiology 
Presented by Dr. Luoping Zhang


Implementing a Founding Goal of EMGS: Mutagenicity Risk Assessment
Presented by Dr. Kerry L. Dearfield


EMGS: The Movie