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Dedicated to fostering the scientific and professional growth of nurses in human genetics and genomics worldwide.
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Welcome to ISONG

Explore our resources and knowledge of human genetics into your nursing practice, education and research activities. We offer accurate and current content on human genetics and genomics, in addition to forums for professional networking and discussions.

We encourage unlimited reproduction for educational purposes, with appropriate acknowledgement of the author and source. 

The International Society of Nurses in Genetics, ISONG, is a global nursing specialty organization dedicated to genomic health care, education, research, and scholarship.

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To serve both the nursing profession and the public. ISONG fosters and advocates for the scientific and professional development of its members and the nursing community, in the discovery, interpretation, application, and management of genomic information, for the promotion of the public's health and wellbeing. ISONG advocates for public understanding of genomic health and use of genomic information.


Caring for people's genetic and genomic health throughout the lifespan and across the continuum of health and disease.

Build the Helix Campaign

Fostering scientific research in genetics is an important part of ISONG's mission. ISONG is embarking on a new Nursing Research Directed Donations Campaign to offer nursing research grants for our members.

With the guidance of the ISONG Research Committee we are reaching for a goal of $2,000 to award a grant. The progress will be visible through a DNA helix graphic that will be featured on our website.

The helix will be a visual of how the DNA forms the building blocks of life, and likewise, how support from our members forms the building blocks to launch independent research programs. In a similar way, just as the sugar phosphate backbone supports the DNA, mentorship supports budding scientists. Finally, just like the hydrogen bonds between base pairs, two friends or collaborators can form a bond to move science forward.

will support genetic and genomic focused research, education or policy projects. Learn more and help Build the Helix. 

Contact Us

Office: 517-996-1416


2501 Jolly Road, Suite 110
Okemos, MI 48864

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