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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Society for Developmental Biology 83rd Annual Meeting
July 14-17, 2024 • Signia by Hilton | Atlanta, GA
The Society for Developmental Biology 83rd Annual Meeting will be held July 14-17, 2024 at the Signia by Hilton in Atlanta, GA. More information soon!
Mapping the mouse body
University of Minnesota assistant professor Maureen Cetera shares her recent work to uncover the mysteries of planar cell polarity in an interview with SDB SciComm Intern Andrew Montequin. “We know a lot about how neighboring cells can communicate directional information to each other,” said Cetera, but “how that information can be transmitted across hundreds, or thousands of cells, so that they all know which direction to face” is unknown.
2024 Society for Developmental Biology Award Winners
The Society for Developmental Biology Board of Directors selected the following recipients for the 2024 SDB Awards. They will present their award lectures at the Society for Developmental Biology 83rd Annual Meeting, July 14-17, 2024 in Atlanta, GA.
SDB Regions Interactive Map Launched
The Society for Developmental Biology has launched a new website feature to highlight the eight regions of the Society. Visitors can navigate the interactive map and learn about different regions. Get information about regional meetings and the regional representative.
Call for Developmental Biology Images
The beauty of developmental biology is captured on a daily basis by scientists like you. The Society for Developmental Biology would like to showcase your work on our website and inspire people interested in our field. (Image credit: Rajesh Raghuvanshi)
EVENTS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS
Ethel Browne Harvey Postdoctoral Seminar -Emilio Mendez Olivos and Lauren Cote
February 9, 2024 • Virtual
3:00 pm - 4:00 pm Eastern Time
Emilio Mendez Olivos (University of Calgary)
Fibroblast precursor migration is guided by PDGF signaling
Lauren Cote (Stanford University)
Making and breaking one continuous digestive tract
March 1–3, 2024 | University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus
March 13–16, 2024 | Friday Harbor Laboratories, Friday Harbor, WA
April 26–28, 2024 | Marine Biological Laboratory, Woods Hole, MA