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Dear ISH Colleagues,
    Please note the upcoming deadline (June 30th) for the opportunity listed below.

***Also, please send any new announcements for the July 1 cycle.

Symposium

NHGRI Zoom Conference 6/7 October “Irreducible Subjects: Disability and Genomics in the Past, Present and Future” (registration information to follow)
https://www.genome.gov/event-calendar/irreducible-subjects-disability-and-genomics-in-the-past-present-and-future

Please also see the open call for presentations for the symposium.  Selected presentation authors will be asked to be part of a planned edited volume:
https://www.genome.gov/irreducible-subjects-symposium/call-for-papers-and-presentations

More details:

Title: Irreducible Subjects: Disability and Genomics in the Past, Present, and Future
Event: Two-day symposium (October 6-7 2022)
Format: 6 presentations from invited speakers; 20 minutes each
Proposals due: June 30, 2022
Proposal length: 250-300 words
Brief biography: 50-100 words
Send to: [log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]>

Notice of acceptance: August 15, 2022
Two-day symposium: October 6-7, 2022
Follow up with authors: November 15, 2022
First draft of chapters due: May 31, 2023
Final draft of chapters due: December 31, 2023

Christopher Donohue, Ph.D.
Historian NHGRI
Co-lead History of Genomics Program <https://www.genome.gov/leadership-initiatives/History-of-Genomics-Program>
Oral Histories<https://www.genome.gov/leadership-initiatives/History-of-Genomics-Program/oral-history>
History of Molecular Biology and Genomics Lecture Series<https://www.genome.gov/event-calendar/NHGRI-History-of-Molecular-Biology-Genomics-Lecture-Series>

END OF ANNOUNCEMENTS

Lloyd Ackert, Ph.D.
Department of History
Drexel University

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