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American Society of Human Genetics
[ASHG] This society is the primary professional membership organization for human geneticists in North America. Over 5,000 members include researchers, academians, clinicians, laboratory practice professionals, genetic counselors, nurses, and others involved in human genetics.
Classification Society of North American
[CSNA] (Stephen Hirtle) This non-profit organization promotes the study of clustering and classification, and the sharing of information with related fields of interest. Publications in the Journal of Classification help spread knowledge and information around the world.
European Society of Human Genetics
[ESHG] This is a non-profit organization whose goals are to increase and promote research in human and medical genetics, and to promote sharing of this information to anyone sharing the same purposes.
The Genetics Society of America
[GSA] The goal of this society is to facilitate communication among scientists and professors involved in research and education relative to the study of special organisms. The Society sponsors the Annual Drosophila Research Conference, the International Conference on the Cell and Molecular Biology of Chlamydomonas, which is held twice a year, and the Yeast Genetics and Molecular Biology Meeting, also in alternating years. The GSA also provides its members with the opportunity to purchase chemicals used in research at a substantial discount.
German Society of Neurogenetics
[GSN] This society is a combination of a wide range of fields such as biophysics, human genetics, neuroanatomy, neurosurgery, neurobiochemistry, and neurology. The goal of this society is to increase the exchange of information between these fields, which is done through workshops and newsletters.
Welcome to The Chromosome 18 Registry & Research Society
[The Chromosome 18 Registry & Research Society] This society is a non-profit educational/research organization whose purpose is to locate persons with Chromosome 18 anomalies and educate the families, as well as the public, about the prognoses and treatments of these disorders.