German Society Of Human Genetics

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German Society Of Human Genetics

The German Society of Human Genetics was founded in 1987 and formally known as Society of anthropology and human genetics. GfH is the primary professional membership organization for Germany’s human geneticists. There are more than 1000 members belongs in that society. Clinicians, researchers, academics, genetic counselors, laboratory practice professionals and other are involved in it for their special interest in human genetics. Scientific meetings, conferences and workshops to share and discuss scientific progress are organized by this society. The society publishes the journal which name is medizinischegenetik in collaboration with the Austrian Society of Human Genetics and the Swiss Society of Medical Genetics and the German Association of Clinical Genetics. With other German, European or international scientific societies GfH is closely cooperates.

Objectives and activities of the society is

  1. The society is mainly a German wide scientific association of medical scientists.
  2. Promotion of research, education and practice in all areas of human genetics is the principal objectives of the society.  The various scientific and clinical specialty areas of human genetics is also encouraged and integrated by the society.
  3. Quality assessment policy is standardized by development of guidelines and statutes to establish.
  4. Public relation
  5. Representation of geneticists in political, legal/ethical and scientific committees.
  6. This society encourage the  patients’ needs and concerns and closely collaborated with support groups of patients with genetic diseases
  7. The German Society of Human Genetics is co-editor of the journal named as medizinischegenetik, which serves as a communication forum for human geneticists in Switzerland, Germany and Austria.

There are two types of membership in German society of human genetics. First one is the Regular membership. In this any person who is interested in supporting the objectives and activities of GfH eligible for membership in the Society. And second one is sustaining membership. In this individuals or legal entities that support the objectives and activities of the society may become a member. This society’s highest award is GfH- Medal of Honor.

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