International Association of Environmental Mutagenesis and Genomics Societies (IAEMGS)
Association internationale des sociétés de la mutagenèse de l'environnement
1973 Asilomar CA USA
Founded at 1st International Congress on Environmental Mutagens. New constitution drawn up in 1998; revised 2008 and 2013. Original title: International Association of Environmental Mutagen Societies (IAEMS) -- Association internationale des sociétés de la mutagenèse de l'environnement. Current title adopted 2013.
Promote collaboration and communication among member societies; help in training and fostering of research in the fields of environmental mutagenesis and genetic toxicology worldwide.
Events2021-08-28 | Ottawa, ON Canada – International Conference on Environmental Mutagens
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