The French Society of Genetics is an association that brings researchers, teachers or anyone interested in genetics. The society works to improve the accuracy and quality of research in this particular arena. The society works on a mission to promote Genetics, to help young researchers, in terms of grants and scholarships, to stimulate interactions between geniticists from all over the world, and representation of the French language genticists at international and national level. The society is working under the presidentship of ‘Charles White’ and the vice-presidents are ‘Bernard Dujon’ and ‘Augustin de Vanssay’. To achieve these objectives, the SFG works on the distinct modules like SFG organizes workshops, seminars, symposiums and conferences on various topics and to motivate for futher events honour them with Awards and recognition. The SFG also supports in accessing Grant of travel cost to the PhD scholars or researchers and helps in publication of work. Whereas, researchers who are already receiving grant from the GFS are not eligible for this. Applicant must be member of the SFG. The basic role of the society is to stimulate the interaction between researchers all over the world. The French Society of Genetics was established in 1947 by 11 researchers and some teachers whose interests covered all areas of genetics (genetics of microorganisms in human genetics, physiological genetics quantitative genetics). It is headquartered in Paris, France. There are around 400 members working with SFG. The society organises meetings and publishes a bulletin three times a year with review articles as an attached document in " Médecine/Sciences ". This allows a large impact on French speaking biologists and it also edits a membership directory. Upcoming events of SFG: ‘XXIII Conference of the Association of French Language Cytogeneticists’ (Montpellier 20-21 September 2016), ‘RNA as an adapter guiding molecular processes: origin, diversity and Mechanisms’ (Paris - Oct. 14, 2016), ‘Telomere Biology in Health and Disease’ (Paris - Oct. 19-21, 2016), and ‘Recent developments in metagenomic Research’ (Paris - Oct. 21, 2016). The French Society of Genetics embrace fields of study that includes Microbial genetics, Molecular and cell genetics, Population genetics and ecology, Developmental genetics, Pathological human genetics, Quantitative genetics, and Normal human genetics.