Michelle Noyes

Inside AJHG: A Chat with Michelle Noyes

Posted By: Sara Cullinan, PhD, Deputy Editor, AJHG SC: What prompted you to start working on this project? MN: I think that de novo mutations (DNMs) are completely fascinating: they can be used to make historical inferences about how our species has evolved over time and they also serve as a lens into how humans are changing... Read More

Justyna Resztak, MS

Trainee Paper Spotlight: Justyna Resztak, MS

It is well known that both nature and nurture play a large role in our long-term health outcomes. However, the gene by environment dynamics for many complex traits is still poorly understood. Justyna Resztak and colleagues added to this growing body of literature through their study by understanding the genetic effects of psychosocial experiences on... Read More

Advocating for Science: ASHG Policy Resources and How to Get Involved

Advocating for Science: ASHG Policy Resources and How to Get Involved

Since the pandemic began, participating in policy and advocacy as scientists has become incredibly challenging.  Interacting with both federal and local representatives has become particularly difficult, as scientists can no longer go to D.C. or to their state legislatures and meet with representatives in person.  This is frustrating, because communicating the importance of scientific research... Read More

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