The European Society
of Human Genetics

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Renewals for 2023 are now open to all individuals in European and non-European countries.

News

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Current News in the fields of Human and
Medical Genetics.

ESHG 2023

ESHG 2023

ESHG 2023 is being planned as a hybrid conference in Glasgow, United Kingdom.

Public and Professional Policy

Public and Professional Policy

The PPPC aims at contributing to the responsible translation of advancements in human genetics.

EJHG

EJHG

The European Journal of Human Genetics is the official Journal of the ESHG.

EBMG

Genetic Education

One of ESHG's primary goals is to ensue
education in all genetic branches.

The European Society of Human Genetics is a non-profit organization. Its aims are to promote research in basic and applied human and medical genetics, to ensure high standards in clinical practice and to facilitate contacts between all persons who share these aims, particularly those working in Europe.

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Click here to read the full article: https://www.theguardian.com/science/2023/jan/12/svante-paabo-interview-nobel-prize

Connolly, Kate. "Svante…

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The ESHG coordinates the “ESHG Observership for Young Geneticists” which is an important educational initiative that offers support each year  for 5…

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The ESHG Executive Board has officially endorsed the Call to Action from the Expert Conference on Rare Diseases – Towards a new European policy…

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The European Union of Medical Specialists Section of Medical Genetics (UEMS SMG) has been offering this examination in collaboration with EBMG and…

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It is 30 years since the first issue of the European Journal of Human genetics was published. To celebrate this, the EJHG publishes a series of…

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Swedish geneticist Professor Svante Pääbo has won the 2022 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for discoveries that underpin our understanding of…

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