Victoria Deneke, Winner of 2022 SDB Trainee Science Communication Award
The Society for Developmental Biology recognized Victoria Deneke with the 2022 Trainee Science Communication Award. Deneke is currently a postdoc with Andrea Pauli at the Research Institute of Molecular Pathology (IMP) in Vienna, Austria. She sat down for an interview to discuss her career, scientific outreach efforts, and philosophy on mentoring the next generation of scientists.
Christopher Wright, Winner of 2022 Viktor Hamburger Outstanding Educator Prize
Christopher Wright, director of the Vanderbilt University Program in Developmental Biology, is the recipient of this year’s Society for Developmental Biology Viktor Hamburger Outstanding Educator Prize for his outstanding contributions to the field of developmental biology and his commitment to mentoring, advocacy, and education.
SDB Board Affirms FASEB's Statement on U.S. Supreme Court Decision to Overturn Roe v. Wade
The Society for Developmental Biology Board of Directors supports and affirms FASEB’s statement on the U.S. Supreme Court Decision to Overturn Roe v. Wade.
Message from the Editor-in-Chief of Developmental Biology, Ondine Cleaver
As the Editor-in-Chief of the Society for Developmental Biology's flagship journal, Developmental Biology (DB), I’m writing to make sure you know that when you publish in DB, you directly support the SDB.
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
President, Society for Developmental Biology
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)
Meet the 2022 Choose Development! Fellows
In 2022, the largest number of applicants applied to be part of the Society for Developmental Biology Choose Development! summer undergraduate research program. Eleven undergraduate students were selected from across the United States to conduct research in an SDB member's lab.