The Epigenomics Special Interest Group’s Mid-Year Meeting, featuring a presentation by Dr. Raquel Chamorro-Garcia: 
An EMGS Webinar and Online Workshop 
 

Presented by the Epigenomics Special Interest Group 

 

When: July 15, 2021 at 1PM Eastern Daylight Savings Time (U.S.)  

Where: Virtual (a link will be provided to all registered participants)

Cost: Free 

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Details: The meeting is open to EMGS members and guests. All participants must register prior to the meeting; a link to the meeting site will be provided via email following registration.  

About this workshop: Dr. Raquel Chamarro-Garcia, Department of Microbiology and Environmental Toxicology at the University of California Santa Cruz, will lead a research seminar followed by a question and answer session. Dr. Chamarro-Garcia conducts cutting-edge research examining the impact of environmental exposures on the epigenome in early gestational development and investigating how this is propagated across generations. Her research fits into the mission of EMGS to apply genetic and epigenetic knowledge to evaluate risk of environmental exposures and ultimately to promote health. This webinar will serve as a connection point in the summer for our members and also provide an educational opportunity to learn about new research in this area. 
 
Who is it for?: Epigenomics SIG members, EMGS members and guests who seek an opportunity to learn about the latest research in multi-generational inheritance through epigenetic mechanisms. 

For questions, please contact emgshq@emgs-us.org.  

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