ICAWG membership options:

Page viewer gets access to:

  • ICAWG communication via newsletters, see Job Vacancies and announcements of meetings and trainings.
  • The forum where you can discuss with and pose questions to academics, government scientists, industry and individuals from regulatory bodies.
  • Wide ranging discussions from the molecular basis of mutageneses and carcinogenesis to technical issues of the comet assay.

Full ICAWG members receive extra benefits which include:

  • Access to member area and file share platform.
  • Opportunity to put in a candidacy for the ICAWG committee or take part in the elections.
  • Eligible to apply for travel bursaries to attend the biennial ICAW in person meetings.

Extra benefits for EEMGS members:

As ICAWG is a specialist interest group of EEMGS, the extra EEMGS membership benefits are summarized below:

  • Reduced registration fee to attend ICAW biennial meetings.
  • Reduced registration fee to attendt EEMGS annual meetings.
  • Access to the member’s onlly section of the EEMGS website and forum, where you can view newsletters, see/post Job Vacancies and CVs.
  • Possibility to apply for EEMGS travel buersaries, Early Career Award or become nominated for the Frits Sobels Award.

How to Join:

As a Page viewer

  • Anyone practicing or with an interest in genetic toxicology, and wanting to join ICAWG discussions and question forum, can sign up as a free member here.

As a Full ICAWG member

  • In order to become a full ICAWG member you will have to join the IAEMGS (International Association of Environmental Mutagenesis and Genomics Societies) first.
  • IAEMGS is a global organization composed of 13 regional Environmental Mutagenesis and Genomics Societies around the world, including EEMGS.
  • You can become an IAEMGS or EEMGS member through your local society (affiliated to IAEMGS/EEMGS) or as an individual member.