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ICAW/EEMGS 2022 grantees reports

Here are the reports from New Investigators who were granted to attend ICAW/EEMGS meeting in Maastricht, May 2022:This year's Environmental Mutagenesis and Genomics Society meeting was held in Maastricht, May 23-26, 2022, where scientists in the field had the...

ICEM Travel Grants

We are happy to announce that the application for travel grants to attend the upcoming ICEM 2022 conference in Ottawa, Canada is now open! Applicants should be members of NI affiliated group (join). Applications should be made to the EEMGS President together with: the...

LIVE! geNIus Pub quiz

Dear NI, dear EEMGS members, dear ICAW/EEMGS attendees, it is our pleasure to invite you all to the first NI live event - geNIus pub quiz that will be held on Sunday, 22nd May 2022 in Maastricht, the Netherlands! The quiz will serve as casual networking event where...

Full Programme for the Joint ICAW & EEMGS Meeting 2022

See the Full Programme for the Joint ICAW & EEMGS Meeting that will held on May 23rd - 26th 2022 in Maastricht 👇! https://www.icaw.net/programme/ Do not miss the Late Abstract Deadline (only for poster presentation) on the 22nd of April 2022 👇!...

Reduced prices for accommodation in Maastricht!

Book your hotel to attend the Joint ICAW & EEMGS meeting in Maastricht in time to profit from reduced hotel prices! We have prepared a list of hotels that offer special rates for your stay in Maastricht during this conference. See this list and the expiry dates...

Hands-on training course – The deadline extended until April 15th, 2022!

The deadline for submitting the applications for the Advanced Comet Assay Training Course on the use of 3D models and high throughput comet chip has been extended until April 15th, 2022! For more information, please visit the link below 👇...

EEMGS NI webinar

Don't miss our next webinar "Tackling Impostor Syndrome on your Academic Journey" by Dr. Martine Alonso on 4th of April 2022, 6 pm CET. You can register until 3rd of April 23:59 via the following link. We are looking forward to meeting you virtually.

“The EEMGS is comprised of regional mutagenesis societies across many European countries. As a scientific society, we denounce all acts of aggression and discrimination that may affect our members. In these uncertain and challenging times, we would like to extend our support to all scientists working together on Environmental Mutagenesis who share our values of peace and freedom for all”.

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 further collaboration!

Sabine Langie, Amaya Azqueta, George Johnson, Paul Fowler, Roland Frötschl

(the EEMGS Executive Committee)