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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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Register now for this ASHG Forum happening today! Commission members will take questions from attendees about their recommendations for a proposed framework to assess potential clinical applications of germline genome editing.
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ASHG Sep 24
ASHG today shared a statement on genetic facts and knowledge and the values the genetics and genomics community holds. Read the full statement on our website.
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ASHG Sep 24
Don't miss out on "The Clinical Use of Germline Editing", which will start tomorrow at 12 PM Eastern. This online forum will discuss recent recommendations made by the . Register today to reserve your spot!
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ASHG Sep 23
Replying to @GholsonLyon
Hi Gholson, thank you for bringing this to our attention. Check the Presentations results tab rather than the Sessions results tab to look up individual abstracts. If you are still running into issues or have other questions, please email ashgmeetings@ashg.org.
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ASHG Sep 23
ASHG will be exhibiting at All Access from September 26 – October 3! We’re excited to share our public resources and connect our members to this free event that celebrates . Thank you for making this happen – see you there!
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ASHG Sep 23
Not sure how to best network right now? This author offers some useful advice.
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ASHG Sep 22
Hear from Career Development Committee Co-Chair as she shares what you can expect at ASHG’s first ever Career Development Day, which will be one day before on October 26! Read more and register to enjoy this opportunity!
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ASHG Sep 22
Happy ! Take advantage of our Career Center opportunities and other resources on our website.
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ASHG Sep 22
At the Virtual Meeting, you can look forward to 16 action-packed plenary talks from speakers at the forefront of human genetics and genomics research. Plus, access over 2,500 cutting edge abstracts. Register today so you don't miss out!
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ASHG Sep 21
In the latest edition of Inside , discusses her paper on global public perceptions of genome data sharing and what factors influence willingness to donate DNA and health data.
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ASHG Sep 21
Considering applying for a Fulbright scholarship? This blog post has useful advice on how to navigate the process.
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ASHG Sep 21
Today is the last day to take advantage of extended early bird rates for the ASHG 2020 Annual Meeting! Register by 12:00 PM Eastern to take advantage of discounted pricing.
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ASHG Sep 18
Thank you to all of the who met with representatives to discuss the importance of biomedical research during the including GPAC member Katrina Goddard, PhD! Also, thank you for your continued support on this issue.
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Derek Scholes Sep 18
Thank you for meeting with advocates yesterday on the importance of biomedical research for saving lives, and for your strong support for NIH
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ASHG Sep 18
On this week's final episode of Genetically Speaking, PPSI Committee member, Amy Lemke, PhD, MS discusses DNA-10k, her training that's ranged from genetic counseling to mixed methods research and the most rewarding aspects of her job.
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Anna Middleton Sep 17
Our paper on global public attitudes towards genomics and data sharing. We need to take urgent steps to authentically communicate why genomic research is necessary and how data sharing is integral to this. Outside of the genomics world, no one knows this!
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AJHG Sep 17
New! & colleagues provide annotation of ovarian cancer risk variants, improving interpretation & lending new biological insights
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ASHG Sep 18
Today is the last day to submit a late-breaking abstract for the Virtual Meeting! Abstracts are due tonight at 1:00 PM Eastern and must be related to .
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ASHG Sep 18
Replying to @kay_michelle721
Many thanks for pointing this out! The information is fixed. If you see anything else, please email ashgmeetings@ashg.org.
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ASHG Sep 17
Looking for a job after a postdoc can be a scary, but this article gives some advice from those who have done so successfully
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