IGG Sessions at UKEMS

The United Kingdom Mutagenicity Society (UKEMS) as the UK branch of the European Environmental Mutagen Society (EEMS), exists to serve those scientists working in the UK in the area of DNA damage and mutations caused by environmental agents (i.e. chemicals and radiation). It encompasses academic research into the mechanisms and consequences of mutagenesis, and applications of this knowledge to the testing of novel pharmaceutical, industrial and agricultural chemicals for genotoxic effects.

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Each year at the UKEMS annual meeting, the IGG host a session dedicated to genotoxicity topics relevant for an industrial audience. These sessions include both invited speakers and selected abstracts submitted to the conference.

UKEMS 2015 - Plymouth University

The 38th Annual UKEMS conference was held in Plymouth between 12th and 15th July 2015.

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UKEMS 2016 - King's College, London

The 39th Annual UKEMS conference was held in King's College, London between 26th and 29th June 2016. IGG hosted a session on Tuesday 28th with invited speakers and short presentations from selected abstracts.

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UKEMS 2017 - Park Inn, Leuven

UKEMS 2017 was a joint meeting with the Dutch and Belgium Environmental Mutagen Societies and was the first time UKEMS had ventured outside of the United Kingdom. IGG hosted a session on Monday 26th June on Complex in vitro models and Future testing, sponsored by Henkel.

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UKEMS 2018 - Magdalen College, Oxford

The 41st Annual UKEMS conference was held at Magdalen College in Oxford from September 2nd – 5th 2018. Rather than having a dedicated session, this year The IGG contributed to sessions by selecting speakers on topics relevant to the industrial community.

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UKEMS 2019 - Robinson College, Cambridge

The 42nd Annual UKEMS conference will be held at Robinson College, Cambridge from April 15th - 17th 2019. The IGG will host a sessions of invited speakers and selected abstracts on topics relevant to the industrial community.

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