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The American Society of Human Genetics (ASHG) is the world's largest professional membership organization for human & specialists.
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WebsEdge_Health Oct 12
ASHG TV is returning to - covering highlights, news & more from the Annual Meeting. Keep up to date by using & catch all of the coverage here:
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Siddhartha Kar Oct 12
Nice to be back for this week in Houston, where I first did research in genetics. Thanks for the finalist status for the Epstein award at what should be my first ASHG meeting - makes my brief return to this city even better! Looking fwd to the science!!
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ASHG 12h
What’s new at ? A whole lot! Career fair, abstract categories, the Horizon Session, and so much more! Check it all out here:
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ASHG 14h
Hey presenters for ! Still nailing down the finishing touches for your poster presentation? Here are some tips to consider from : See you all soon!
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ASHG Oct 12
presenters: Ensure your slides and posters are the correct size and fit the meeting guidelines. Details:
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ASHG Oct 12
: The mobile app is available for download on iOS and Android!
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ASHG Oct 12
Still planning your schedule? Check out this video with 2019 Program Committee Chair Kiran Musunuru spotlighting exciting features of
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ASHG Oct 12
Newly published in NEJM: In research presented as a late-breaking abstract at , scientists have developed what's believed to be the first custom treatment for a genetic disease.
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ASHG Oct 11
Friday awards at will feature Rick Guidotti, 2019 Advocacy Awardee; Hal Dietz, 2019 Mentorship Awardee; and Jeffrey Weitzel & Kathleen Blazer, 2019 Education Awardees. Read more about our awardees:
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AJHG Oct 10
New today! & colleagues harness the power of the DDD study to improve diagnosis and disease variant discovery
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AJHG Oct 10
New! & colleagues identify IQSEC1 mutations in a disorder characterized by intellectual disability, developmental delay & short stature
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AJHG Oct 10
New! Nakka et al. report the prevalence & consequences of UPD in over 4 million people
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ASHG Oct 10
On Sept. 26, ASHG and held a joint congressional briefing, “The Undiagnosed Diseases Network: The Interface of Research and Clinical Care to Solve Medical Mysteries.” The event illustrated the value of federal funding for research and medicine.
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Manuel Rivas Oct 9
Thrilled to be at ASHG next week! Looking forward to seeing you all
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NCI Epidemiology Oct 9
In this upcoming webinar, Dr. Timothy Rebbeck of and will discuss practical considerations for studies in a low-resource setting. Register now:
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ASHG Oct 9
Coming up next Wednesday: Award presentations to the stellar lineup of Huda Zohgbi, 2019 Leadership Awardee; and Charles Rotimi & , 2019 Curt Stern Awardees. Read on:
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Grace Kwon Oct 8
is in 1 week!! are you ready? Here are just some of the trainee-focused events to look forward to: 1/n
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ASHG Oct 9
ASHG 2019 features a new abstract category - , Pharmacogenetics, and Genetic Therapies - which reflects the clinical advances made by and in recent years. The meeting starts in six days; register today!
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George Mensah, MD Oct 8
Name Change: . Starting this week, the CDC Office of Public Health Genomics will be renamed the CDC Office of Genomics and Precision Public Health. But what is in a name? A rose by any other name would smell as sweet!😃
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Genome Oct 8
Each year celebrates with their annual essay contest. Students in grades 9-12 worldwide are asked to examine, question and reflect on what we learn about ancestry the impact of ancestry testing. Read the prompt here:
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