Advancing the Field of Developmental Biology
The Society for Developmental Biology fosters an inclusive, global community of scientists and educators dedicated to furthering the field of developmental biology.
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Joint SDB-PASEDB Meeting On-Demand
August 15 - September 30, 2022
Did you miss the Joint SDB-PASEDB Meeting in Vancouver? Register for the Joint SDB-PASEDB Meeting On-Demand to access nearly 100 exciting developmental biology talks. Registration Deadline: August 31.
Meet the Inaugural SDB Science Communication Interns
The inaugural Society for Developmental Biology Science Communication Interns have been selected. Lydia Grmai (University of Pittsburgh), Andrew Montequin (Northwestern University), and Brittany Truong (University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus) will begin their internship in September 2022. In addition to the three interns, four trainees were selected as honorable mentions.
SDB President's Message: Why Meetings Matter
Several weeks on, I am still enjoying a feeling of post-meeting energization generated by participating in the Joint SDB-PASEDB Meeting in Vancouver. This was an outstanding meeting where a great deal of excellent science was presented, but it was largely the reconvening with like-minded colleagues that made me such a happy scientist. Here I want to share a few thoughts on why that is: why (in my opinion) meetings matter.
EVENTS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS
Ethel Browne Harvey Postdoctoral Seminar - Natalia Bottasso Arias and Jeremy Sandler
September 9, 2022 • Virtual
3:00 pm - 4:00 pm Eastern Time
Natalia Bottasso Arias (Cincinnati Children's Hospital)
Mesenchymal Bmp4 influences left-right pulmonary asymmetry in mouse developing lung
Jeremy Sandler (Stowers Institute for Medical Research)
Prdm1 drives a regeneration fate switch in zebrafish
Sponsored by: The Node
October 18–20, 2022 | Rockville, MD
November 4–6, 2022 | University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX
November 11–13, 2022 | The University of Wisconsin–Madison, Madison, WI