The American Society of Human Genetics Annual Meeting (ASHG) is dedicated to research and clinical developments in human genetics including:
Assessing the Pathogenicity of Genetic Variants - Translating In Vitro and In Silico Advances To the Clinic Moscone Center
Insights into Human Demography and Selection from Full Genome Sequencing
Gene Regulatory Change: The Engine of Human Evolution?
Age-related Macular Degeneration (AMD) - GWAS and Beyond: Guiding Light for the Complex Neurodegenerative Diseases
Surveying Customer Responses to Personal Genetic (including DTC) Services (Social Issues)
Metabolism, Metals and Neurodegeneration: Toward Enhanced Understanding of Disease Mechanisms and Rational Therapeutics (Clinical)
Common CNVs: Patterns of Variations and Human Diseases
Implementing of Next Generation Sequencing as a Clinical Test
Model Organism Genetics, Human Biology, and Human Disease
Advancing Gene Therapy to the Clinic: Molecular Medicines Come of Age (Clinical)
RNA Splicing in Human Development, Diseases and Natural Variation
Next Generation Sequencing in Isolated Populations: Opportunities for Accelerated Gene Discovery in Complex Traits
Genome Sequencing in Clinical Care: Dealing Practically with Ethical and Social Issues (Social Issues; Clinical)
Mendelian Randomization: Using Genetic Variants to Inform Causality in Observational Epidemiology
Genomic Approaches to Mendelian Disorders
Transforming Medical Student Education in Genetics and Genomics– How do we improve health and individualize care through medical school genetic and genomic curricula?
Returning Results from Large-scale Sequencing: Where the Rubber Meets the Road (Clinical)
The Functional Consequences of MicroRNAs Dysregulation in Human Disease
Selection Signatures and the Genetics of Autoimmunity and Infectious diseases
Emerging Applications of Identity by Descent Segment Detection
Should Noninvasive Prenatal Diagnosis Augment and Replace Current Prenatal Screening and Diagnosis? (Social Issues/Clinical)
Stem Cells and Personalized Medicine
Centralizing the Deposition and Curation of Human Mutations
The American Society of Human Genetics Annual Meeting (ASHG) brings together scientists and clinicians in the human genetics field, including geneticists, biologists, lab technicians, scientists, clinical geneticists, medical geneticists, health policy, genetic counselors, genetics instructors, genetics education and biology instructors.
The ASHG 2020 - American Society of Human Genetics 70th Annual Meeting might be held in San Diego, CA, United States in 27-31 Oct 2020.