ASHG CEO Amanda Perl

A Letter from ASHG CEO Amanda Perl

I hope you are enjoying the early days of summer. It is an honor to serve as your new CEO and I’m grateful to the search committee and Board of Directors for their confidence in me. ASHG is a community of dedicated and talented members and staff – I admire all of you and am... Read More

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Board Roundup: ASHG Board Reviews Committee Action Plans, Finances

The ASHG Board of Directors met on April 25-26 in Rockville, MD to discuss the Society’s annual meeting programming, meet with committee chairs from the ASHG Membership & Career Growth Group including the Awards Committee, Membership Engagement Committee and Career Development Committee, review ASHG’s financial position, advance ASHG’s strategic planning process by reviewing committee action... Read More

Photo of all the 202 Resource-Limited Awardee at the ASHG 2023 annual Meeting Held in Washington D.C.

Resource-Limited Country Travel Awards

Resource-Limited Country Travel Awards help defray the costs of ASHG Annual Meeting participation for up to 10 individuals residing in resource-limited countries categorized by the World Bank as having low-income or lower-middle-income economies (see the list of eligible countries). The ASHG Program Committee will select award recipients based on the quality of submitted abstracts. Award recipients... Read More

Member Spotlight: A Chat with Ileana Delia Sabau, MD

Member Spotlight: A Chat with Ileana Delia Sabau, MD

The ASHG membership team recently sat down with Ileana Delia Sabau, MD an MD Specialist in Medical Genetics at Synevo Romania. As a part of the ESHG-Y, the European Society of Human Genetics’ Young Geneticists Committee, Dr. Sabau is passionate about engaging the next generation and shares her work in the field as well as... Read More

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Attending Scientific Meetings on a Budget

ASHG 2023 will be here before you know it! Sessions are being crafted, workshops organized, exhibits developed, and people from around the world are preparing to gather in Washington, DC from November 1-5 to discuss the newest, most exciting research in human genetics. Ask Your Institution Some institutions build professional development into their annual budget, so... Read More

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