The SDB Publications and Communications Committee:
- Jasna Markovac, Chair, San Diego
- Gail Martin, UCSF
- David Raible, U Washington
- Robb Krumlauf, Developmental Biology Editor-in-Chief, Stowers Institute
- Mike Levine, UC Berkeley
- Vivian Irish, Yale University
SDB e-news is a new quarterly electronic newsletter from the Society for Developmental Biology. It features member stories, society news, career development, science policy updates, and the numerous opportunities for SDB members.
Our Journal: Developmental Biology
Developmental Biology is the official journal of the Society for Developmental Biology published by Elsevier. Proceeds from the journal significantly contribute to supporting the Society’s programs. Learn More
Developmental Biology is among the top three journals for presenting cutting-edge research in our field. Online access is free for full members and personal print subscriptions are available at a reduced member price (USD 400 for 2010).
WIREs Developmental Biology
Exciting New Online Venture for SDB! Learn More
In conjunction with Wiley-Blackwell, the Society for Developmental Biology will be launching a web-based encyclopedic resource for developmental biologists: Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Developmental Biology (WIREs).
This collection of peer-reviewed review articles on topics in developmental biology will be an interactive forum where scientists—both seasoned and new—can learn about the basics of development, advances in the field, connections between development and the latest science news, and much more.
SDB Collaborative Resources
SDB CoRe is an online reference database currently being developed to help carry out SDB’s mission to increase understanding of developmental biology at all levels. Drawing upon the expertise of the SDB membership, CoRe will provide short, authoritative, image-driven explanations of basic concepts in developmental biology for specialists and non-specialists alike.
SDB CoRe will feature a top-notch collection of images, movies, and diagrams exploring the full scope of developmental biology. SDB needs your help in building this resource for learning and teaching! Learn More