This site is intended for EEMGS members and any party interested in the broad field of environmental mutagenesis and/or in our activities.

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.”

We are looking forward to the upcoming activities and interactions with our members and local societies.
George Johnson, Sabine Langie, Roland Frötschl, Paul Fowler, Helga Stopper

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REGISTRATION for 2021 AGM is OPEN!

Dear members, this years' Annual General Meeting (AGM) will also be held as an online event, due to current pandemics situation.  The AGM will take place on June, 24th 2021 in the afternoon. Registration for 2021 AGM is open Please follow the link to enter registration page. Programme During 2021...

2020 Annual Meeting and Awards

Dear members, If you were unable to join us live for the award lectures at the virtual meeting then you can now view these by visiting this page Congratulations to Stefano Bonassi (Italy) and Marko Gerić (Croatia) for their outstanding achievements and contributions to the field of Environmental...

In Memoriam – Dr. Richard Williams

We are greatly saddened to inform you that Dr. Richard Williams, our Chief Scientific Officer, passed away unexpectedly on the 29th of January. A senior and long-standing employee of Lhasa, we have lost a dear friend and valued colleague. Rich joined Lhasa as a Scientist in 2004, with his initial...

Frits Sobels Award 2019

Barbara Tudek received her doctoral degree in 1983 from the Warsaw Medical University, Poland. After her PhD studies she went to Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research, Toronto, Canada, as a postdoc, followed by a stay at the Institute Gustave Roussy, Villejuif, France. She subsequently returned to...
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Frits Sobels 2018 – Prof. Andrew Richard Collins

Prof. Andrew Richard Collins is an Emeritus Professor at the University of Oslo and the research director of NorGenoTech. He has spent his long scientific career in different places such as the University of Cambridge (1974-1979, 1980-1986, where he obtained his PhD in 1972 and the ScD in 2006),...

Marko Gerić – Early Career Award 2020

Marko Gerić was born in 1987 and defended his PhD in 2016.He has been a CGS/EEMGS member since 2011 and is actively involved in the national society's activities and has participated in the conferences organised by both societies. He was also officially in the Organising Committee of the CGS...
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