The German Society of Human Genetics, formerly the "Society of Anthropology and Human Genetics", was founded in 1987. Its principal objective is the promotion of research, education and practicing in all areas of human genetics. The society organizes scientific meetings, conferences and workshops to share and discuss scientific progress. In addition, the society encourages and integrates different scientific and clinical specialties of human genetics.
Austalasian Society of Diagnostic Genomics (ASDG) 2019
The Australasian Society of Diagnostic Genomics invites you to its inaugural Interim Scientific Meeting in Melbourne on March 31st to April 2nd 2017.
The meeting will be held at Crown Convention Centre, located on the popular Southbank. We hope the meeting will be engaging, interesting, and inclusive to all in the expansive field of Diagnostic Genomics.
Annual Conference of the UK Microbiology Society
29th European Congress of Clinical Microbiology & Infectious Diseases (ECCMID)
ECCMID, as the world’s premier Clinical Microbiology & Infectious Diseases event, brings together experts from many fields to present their latest findings, guidelines and experiences to an audience of over 12,000 colleagues. This year, the Programme Committee has developed a multi-faceted program incorporating keynote lectures and oral sessions, as well as interactive workshops, meet-the-expert sessions, and a wide range of symposia.
The 47th EEMGS meeting will be held in Rennes, France, from the 19th to the 23rd of May 2019: “Genotoxicology and cancer: Science challenges solved by transdisciplinary collaboration”
The EEMGS is a scientific society that encourages the study of mutagens and substances of related biological activity in the human environment, particularly as these mutagens may be of concern to public health, and to engage in and sponsor research, study and dissemination of information relating to the foregoing.
European Cytogenomics Conference (ECA) 2019
The 12th European Cytogenomics Conference focuses on presentations about the rapid advances in the interlinked fields of cell and molecular biology, genomics and cytogenetics. The choice of topics and speakers, inspired by collaborative work between disciplines, includes a mixture of talks on technological advances in the field, and talks exploring new concepts in cytogenomics of humans, of non-human animals, and of plants.
16th International Congress of Radiation Research (ICRR)
As with all previous ICRR International Congresses, ICRR 2019 provides a broad dialogue platform for those working within radiation research and related fields. The scientific programme will be designed to engage researchers across all disciplines and to facilitate the development of multidisciplinary collaboration and interaction.