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ASHG 2016 Tipsheet: Neurogenetics

ASHG 2016 Tipsheet: Neurogenetics

Media Contact: Nalini Padmanabhan ASHG Communications Manager 301.634.7346 press@ashg.org For Immediate Release Monday, October 3, 2016 12:00 pm U.S. Eastern Time (UTC-05:00) WHEN: Tuesday through Saturday, Oct. 18-22, 2016 WHERE: American Society of Human Genetics 2016 Annual Meeting Vancouver Convention Centre 999-1055 Canada Place, Vancouver, B.C. V6C 0C3 WHAT: Invited and platform (oral) sessions and... Read More

ASHG and Mayo Clinic Launch Educational Collaboration

Media Contacts: Nalini Padmanabhan, ASHG Communications Manager 301.634.7346 | press@ashg.org Colette Gallagher, Mayo Clinic Public Affairs Specialist 507.284.5005 | newsbureau@mayo.edu For Immediate Release Thursday, September 22, 2016 12:00 pm U.S. Eastern Time New Programs Facilitate Integration of Genomics into Health and Medicine BETHESDA, MD, and ROCHESTER, MN – The American Society of Human Genetics (ASHG)... Read More

Hard-to-Detect Chromosomal Anomalies Explain Neurodevelopmental Birth Defects

Hard-to-Detect Chromosomal Anomalies Explain Neurodevelopmental Birth Defects

Media Contact: Nalini Padmanabhan ASHG Communications Manager 301.634.7346 press@ashg.org For Immediate Release Saturday, October 10, 2015 9:35 am U.S. Eastern Time (UTC-05:00) Findings Reported at ASHG 2015 Annual Meeting BETHESDA, MD – Balanced chromosomal abnormalities (BCAs), a category of structural changes to the human genome, may account for a large portion of birth defects related... Read More

Hard-to-Detect Chromosomal Anomalies Explain Neurodevelopmental Birth Defects

Media Contact: Nalini Padmanabhan ASHG Communications Manager 301.634.7346 press@ashg.org For Immediate Release Saturday, October 10, 2015 9:35 am U.S. Eastern Time (UTC-05:00) Findings Reported at ASHG 2015 Annual Meeting BETHESDA, MD – Balanced chromosomal abnormalities (BCAs), a category of structural changes to the human genome, may account for a large portion of birth defects related... Read More

Smoking and Heavy Alcohol Use Are Associated with Epigenetic Signs of Aging

Media Contact: Nalini Padmanabhan ASHG Communications Manager 301.634.7346 press@ashg.org For Immediate Release Thursday, October 8, 2015 3:00 pm U.S. Eastern Time (UTC-05:00) Findings Reported at ASHG 2015 Annual Meeting BETHESDA, MD – Cigarette smoking and heavy alcohol use cause epigenetic changes to DNA that reflect accelerated biological aging in distinct, measurable ways, according to research... Read More

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