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2022 ACMG Annual Meeting

Registration and housing are open for the 2022 ACMG Annual Meeting, which is being held as a hybrid meeting March 22-26, 2022, in Nashville, Tennessee, and online. Join your community for the best four days of medical genetics education as you learn, network and collaborate. All attendees will also have access to session recordings through April 30, 2022. Register before the Early Bird deadline on December 22, 2021 to save. After you register, you'll be able to book a hotel in ACMG's discounted block.* View rates, deadlines and register here.


The dynamic Program will feature attendee favorites, such as TED-style Talks and the Genetic Counselors Forum, as well as new topics. Participate in interactive workshops, focused scientific sessions, and networking hours. Uncover the latest research and products in the Poster and Exhibit Hall. These are a few of the timely topics to be presented:

  • Developing Recommendations for the Application of DTC Genetic Testing in Clinical Care
  • Expanding the Reach of Genomic Medicine to Diverse Populations
  • Artificial Intelligence in Genomics: Potential and Peril

View the full Program here.

Why Attend?

  • Content: 50+ sessions covering new developments, technologies and patient care
  • Value: Earn your CME, P.A.C.E.® and NSGC credits
  • Community: Share your work, discover what colleagues have been working on
  • Flexibility: Choose to participate in-person or online from wherever you are
  • Connection: Meet up with peers, potential partners and collaborators


Proof of vaccination is required for all attending in person. ACMG will follow safety protocols regarding COVID-19. View the health and safety information for the meeting here.


For more information, visit the FAQ page on the ACMG Meeting website. Or email education@acmg.net for questions about abstract submission or the program. Email acmg2022@acmg.net for questions about registration, housing, and additional information.

*CMR is ACMG’s Official Housing Partner – they are the only company authorized to provide hotel reservation services for the ACMG Meeting.


Free Educational Opportunity in January 2022

Drs. Rebecca Kronk and Mihaela-Rita Mihailescu, Duquesne University, recently received a 5-year grant through the National Human Genome Research Institute of the National Institutes of Health (Award Number R25HG011228) to assist in the creation of a self-paced, free, online course entitled Genomic Competencies for Nurses from Theory to Application: An Online Course.

This course is designed to improve the knowledge of genetics for Doctoral level (PhD; DNP) students, faculty and/or practicing nurses to improve patient health care outcomes with particular focus on individuals from underrepresented groups. No prior genetics experience is required.

This course will launch in January 2022. For more information, please visit the website or reach out to Elizabeth Davidson at davidsone@duq.edu to be added to the wait list for the course! Please share this information with your colleagues.

Genetics Services in Appalachia Conference

Please join the free, virtual conference series titled Genetics Services in Appalachia, which will provide information on genetic services for medically underserved populations, focusing on the rural, Appalachian region.

There are six remaining sessions from 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM EST on the first Tuesday of each month, beginning with Tuesday, November 2, 2021. Conference series details and registration are available here.

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