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ESHG 2022

ESHG 2022

ESHG 2022 is being planned as a hybrid conference in Vienna, Austria.

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.

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EBMG

The EBMG is seeking to ensue good standards
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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Professionals working as specialists in Human Genetics can apply for certification as ErCLG (or re-certification after 5 years) with the Branch of...

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Over decades, Jean-Jacques Cassiman was linked inseparably to the destiny of the European Society of Human Genetics, which he accompanied through its...

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The International Mentorship Program is a professional development and education program for early-career physicians, researchers, counsellors,...

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The session recordings of the ESHG Webinar on the IVD EU regulation (IDVR 2017/746) on June 22 are now available for on demand streaming.

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The 2022 impact factor for the European Journal of Human genetics has risen to 5.31 (from 4.26), and is now ranked 35 out of 193 journals in "Genetics...

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Find all press releases in the context of the ESHG 2022 conference here.

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