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Bianca Russell, M.D., wins ACMG Foundation/David L. Rimoin Inspiring Excellence Award
The David L. Rimoin Inspiring Excellence Award was created in memory of the late Dr. (2016-03-10)
Science educators analyze genetics content of Next Generation Science Standards
The genetics content of the Next Generation Science Standards -- a recent set of performance-based expectations for elementary, middle, and high school students in science classes -- represents, on average, a modest improvement over state standards, but is missing core genetics concepts and is difficult to interpret, according to research published today in PLOS ONE by science education specialists at the American Society of Human Genetics. (2015-07-29)
Hopkins to train Chinese researchers in genetics
Funded by a five-year, $2 million grant from the Fogarty International Center at the National Institutes of Health (NIH), Johns Hopkins will establish and conduct an international training program in genetics in conjunction with Peking Union Medical College and Peking University in Beijing, China. (2002-10-22)
Genetics of sex -- beyond just birds and bees
Sex is everywhere in nature. Whether it's a bird singing or a tiny yeast cell secreting chemicals to attract the opposite mating type, sex has profoundly shaped the appearance, behavior and evolution of many organisms. (2014-06-17)
UCLA scientists pinpoint region of autism gene on chromosome 17
For the first time, a team of UCLA geneticists have isolated the likely region of an autism gene on chromosome 17 and then successfully duplicated their efforts in a separate population. (2005-05-04)
Deconstructing the genome of a notorious yeast
In a preview of PLoS Genetics, the new open access journal from the Public Library of Science, a study presents a more meaningful and detailed annotation of the genome of C. albicans, a yeast responsible for thrush and vaginitis, that will help in improving diagnoses and therapies to treat infections. (2005-06-16)
American Society of Human Genetics 2013 annual meeting, Oct. 22 to 26, Boston
Invited sessions and platform (oral) presentations are of latest research in human genetics. (2013-08-01)
New grant will bring genetics curriculum to educators of health providers
Duke University Medical Center has been awarded $1.5 million by the U.S. (2001-10-29)
Press registration is now open for the ACMG 2016 Annual Clinical Genetics Meeting
The ACMG Meeting is the genetics meeting most focused on the practical applications of genetic discoveries into the clinical setting. (2015-10-22)
Genetics pioneer from the Bronx wins Gruber Prize
Gruber Prize winner Dr David Botstein is using the latest gene technology to understand how to target breast cancer therapy better. (2003-07-13)
New mouse collaborative cross resource promises new cures and treatments for diseases
In 15 articles published this month in the journals of the Genetics Society of America, GENETICS and G3: Genes, Genomes, Genetics, researchers present findings on a new resource, called the (2012-02-16)
Researchers announce results of study on genetic variation in Parkinson's disease
Researchers at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) have completed one of the first large-scale studies of the role of common genetic variation in Parkinson's disease (PD). (2006-09-27)
Recipient of first Chi-Bin Chien Award for Zebrafish Research named
The Chi-Bin Chien Award, established this year by the zebrafish research community and administered by the Genetics Society of America, is in memory of Chi-Bin Chien, Ph.D. (2012-06-14)
Forum on blood spots, genetic research and privacy to be held in Bethesda Sept. 23, 2009
To address the scientific use of dried blood spots and other compelling issues surrounding the use of newborn screening blood spots, experts from across the US from a number of renowned institutions including the Mayo Clinic, the March of Dimes, the American College of Medical Genetics and the Genetic Alliance will host a public/professional forum and Internet webinar on (2009-08-24)
Genetics Society of America names Brian Charlesworth as recipient of Thomas Hunt Morgan Medal
The Genetics Society of America (GSA) is pleased to announce that Brian Charlesworth, Ph.D., (University of Edinburgh) has been awarded the Society's Thomas Hunt Morgan Medal for lifetime achievement in the field of genetics. (2015-01-29)
Oral history of genetics now available online
The Genetics Society of America and Executive Producer Rochelle Easton Esposito, Ph.D., are pleased to announce that Conversations in Genetics, an oral history of our intellectual heritage in genetics, is now available for free online viewing at http://www.genestory.org/. (2015-04-29)
Smoking changes our genes
The fact that smoking means a considerable health risk is nowadays commonly accepted. (2013-12-17)
Genetics Society of America names John Postlethwait as recipient of George W. Beadle Award
The Genetics Society of America is pleased to announce that John H. (2015-01-15)
Get a warrant: researchers demand better DNA protections
New laws are required to control access to medical genetic data by law enforcement agencies, an analysis by University of Queensland researchers has found. (2018-12-18)
Putting our heads together: Canines may hold clues to human skull development
NIH researchers, Jeffrey J. Schoenebeck, Ph.D., and Elaine A. Ostrander, Ph.D., review the progress made in defining the genes and genetic pathways that determine canine skull shape and development, which have been made in the eight years since the dog genome was mapped. (2013-02-08)
Gene may link diabetes and Alzheimer's, CCNY researchers find
In recent years it became clear that people with diabetes face an ominous prospect -- a far greater risk of developing Alzheimer's disease. (2012-06-14)
The Genetics Society of America announces DeLill Nasser Travel Award recipients
The Genetics Society of America announces the selection of six graduate students and seven postdoctoral researchers as recipients of the DeLill Nasser Awards for Professional Development in Genetics. (2012-05-30)
MARC Travel Awards announced for GSA 26th Fungal Genetics Meeting
FASEB MARC (Minority Access to Research Careers) Program has announced the travel award recipients for the 2011 Genetics Society of America (GSA) 26th Fungal Genetics meeting in Pacific Grove, CA from March 15-20, 2011. (2011-03-21)
Salk professor Joanne Chory awarded 2012 Genetics Society of America Medal
The Genetics Society of America has honored Joanne Chory, Salk Institute professor and director of the Plant Molecular and Cellular Biology Laboratory and Howard H. and Maryam R. (2012-01-20)
European Society of Human Genetics urges caution over use of new genetic sequencing techniques
The use of genome-wide analysis, where the entirety of an individual's DNA is examined to look for the genomic mutations or variants which can cause health problems is a massively useful technology for diagnosing disease. (2013-05-16)
Self Regional Healthcare, Clemson, Genetic Center create national genetics research hub
A new partnership will establish formal collaboration among genetic researchers and Clemson University faculty at the Greenwood Genetic Center and Self Regional Healthcare, expanding an already successful working relationship. (2014-02-21)
Mosquito genetic complexity may take a bite out of efforts to control malaria
A team of scientists from West Africa, the United States and the United Kingdom found that the mosquito, Anopheles gambiae, which was thought to be splitting into two completely new species, may actually have a more complex range of forms due to frequent inter-mating. (2013-04-01)
Exome sequencing: Potential diagnostic assay for unexplained intellectual disability
Research confirming that de novo mutations represent a major cause of previously unexplained intellectual disability were presented, Nov. (2012-11-08)
Evolution in health and medicine
Evolution, genetics and medicine share a long and distinguished tradition. (2009-03-12)
Champion of Genetics funding to Ottawa researcher
The CGCF Champion of Genetics Award goes to Dr. Faraz Farooq to support spinal muscular atrophy research. (2013-05-08)
Genetics Society of America names Sue Biggins as recipient of Novitski Prize
The Genetics Society of America is pleased to announce that Sue Biggins, Ph.D., of the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center has been awarded the Society's Edward Novitski Prize. (2015-01-21)
Noted science historian Elof Carlson traces how the idea of mutation has changed in 6 generations
The idea of mutation has changed considerably from the pre-Mendelian concepts of Darwin's generation to today's up-to-the-minute genomic context of mutation. (2011-06-08)
Gene discovery provides link between neurological disorders
The recent discovery of a new gene for Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease (CMT) shows a common link between many neurological disorders. (2000-06-12)
Researchers shed light on genetic factors behind UK's biggest killer
Researchers have discovered a new chromosomal region to be strongly associated with bad cholesterol -- a major cause of coronary heart disease. (2008-01-10)
Genetics Web sites win Science's inaugural SPORE award for online education materials
The University of Utah Genetic Science Learning Center Web sites that have brought millions of viewers fascinating animations of the size and scale of cells, drug-addicted mice, and other captivating lessons in genetics, have been honored by the journal Science with the first Science Prize for Online Resources in Education Award. (2010-01-28)
Simons Foundation awards Emory scientists $3M for autism gene research
The Simons Foundation has awarded scientists at Emory University School of Medicine a three-year grant of more than $3 million to uncover genes on the X chromosome that may contribute to the development of autism. (2007-10-04)
Genetic link between being tall and being slim, study shows
If you're tall, you're also more likely to be slim, new genetic research has revealed. (2015-09-21)
The American Society of Human Genetics honors Dr. Huntington Willard as 2009 Allan Award recipient
The American Society of Human Genetics will present the 2009 William Allan Award to Huntington F. (2009-09-17)
NYC science symposium marks Gruber Prize program 10th anniversary
The Peter and Patricia Gruber Foundation International Prize Program will celebrate its 10th anniversary on July 1, 2009, with an event at Rockefeller University in New York City. (2009-06-26)
UCSD Cancer Center scientist elected to National Academy of Sciences
Richard D. Kolodner, professor in the Department of Medicine and in the Department of Cellular and Molecular Medicine at the University of California, San Diego, has been elected to the National Academy of Sciences, one of the highest honors accorded to American scientists. (2000-05-02)
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