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International Society of Nurses in Genetics is a organization dedicated to fostering the scientific and professional growth of nurses in human genetics.
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Genomic analysis offers insight into 2018 Nigeria Lassa fever outbreak
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WGC ACSC Events Oct 17
Applications open - Genomic Practice for Genetic Counsellors 2019 will provide an introduction to the fundamental aspects of and that underpin .
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NINR Oct 13
Today is World Hospice & Care Day. Learn about all of our free resources:
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NINR Oct 12
NINR is now accepting applications for the 2018 Graduate Partnerships Program (GPP), due 12/1.
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ISONG Oct 11
Great news for NIH budget FY19! Moving Science forward!
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ISONG Oct 11
Please RT ISONG member Dr. A. Stanfill, who is an equestrian herself, is collecting data to study and prevent brain injury among riders ⁠ ⁠
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ISONG Oct 10
Dear ISONG members, Our own Dr. Ansley Grimes Stanfill needs our help to share her study. See below!
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ISONG Oct 10
WEBINAR!!!! Gain Genomic Confidence in your practice with our latest ISONG Webinar with Dr. Nicole Osier!!! “Daunted by patients questions about their direct to consumer genetic tests during a clinical visit?” Join us Live or On-Demand...
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ISONG Oct 9
Gene mutation points to new way to fight diabetes, obesity, heart disease
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Emma Tonkin Oct 9
Three year PhD studentship available from Jan-1-2019 in collaboration with Genomics Partnership Wales. Project will be looking at the 'what, when and how' to teach genomics to (mainstream) health professionals. Deadline: October 28.
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Emma Tonkin Oct 8
FREE ACCESS to The first competency based framework in genetics/genomics specifically for midwifery education and practice at Written with & Maggie
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ISONG Oct 7
Call for LATE BREAKING ABSTRACTS! Abstracts may be submitted until Wednesday, October 10, 2018 at 12 Noon EST. Submissions should have an original research, clinical practice, or educational focus. A limited number will be available for oral and poster presentation!
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ISONG Oct 7
2018 ISONG Congress attendees please do not forget to bring a raffle item for this year's Raffle event. If you are not able to attend Congress this year, please consider making a monetary donation towards the raffle. Thank you for supporting our initiatives!
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ISONG Oct 7
20 days until our 2018 ISONG Congress. Join us! — feeling excited
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National Human Genome Research Institute Oct 5
Have a relaxing Friday!
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Karen Wickersham Oct 5
Phamacogenomics researcher Dr. Cheedy JaJa getting ready for his panel at Disruptions in Healthcare event today!
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ISONG Oct 3
Congratulations to the inaugural cohort of the Distinguished Scholar’s Program. Thank you to and leadership for supporting diversity and inclusion in Science. Congrats to our member for being selected - very proud of you!
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Francis S. Collins Oct 1
Hard to believe it has been 25 years since I helped start ’s Intramural Research Program when I was Director. Happy to see how it has flourished over the years. Joined them today for a scientific symposium celebrating the Silver Anniversary
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Francis S. Collins Oct 1
Congrats to in Physiology or Medicine winners James P. Allison , a long-time grantee, & Tasuku Honjo , for their work in identifying immune system checkpoints to fight . NIH is proud to have supported this terrific research.
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ISONG Sep 27
Replying to @NIHDirector
Our organization thank you for the efforts to support Early Investigators.
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