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FASEB Early Career Scientists Survey

Graduate students, postdocs, and scientists within 7 years of their first independent position! The Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology aims to better understand the professional development needs of early career researchers to promote best practices to the community and assess how scientific societies can help alleviate stressors. Please consider sharing your thoughts with FASEB in this 5 to 10 minute survey! Deadline: May 22.

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Choose Development! Fellows 2013-2021

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.

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<b>Aaron Alcala</b><br>
2022 John Doctor Education Prize Winner

Call for Submissions! John Doctor Best Education Video

The John Doctor Education Prize will be awarded to the winner(s) of the Best Education Video. Create a short video on one of three topics to communicate what we do as scientists. The winning submission will receive a $1000 prize.

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Developmental Biology

Developmental Biology, the official journal of the Society for Developmental Biology, publishes original research on mechanisms of development, differentiation, and growth in animals and plants at the molecular, cellular, genetic and evolutionary levels. Submit your paper to DB.

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Spiral Ganglion Neurons (green) innervating the mouse organ of Corti must navigate a complex field of cochlear supporting  cells (magenta) before reaching their inner and outer hair cell targets. Supporting cells act as trailblazes to provide directional cues that  direct peripheral axons of Type II Spiral Ganglion Neurons to turn towards the cochlear base thereby coordinating innervation with cochlear  tonotopy. For more information see the review article by Deans et al., pages 1-4 in this issue. Photo credit: Satish R. Ghimire, PhD

WIREs Mechanisms of Disease

WIREs Developmental Biology, previously published in association with the Society for Developmental Biology, has merged into WIREs Mechanisms of Disease. All SDB members can access WIREs Mechanisms of Disease articles for free by signing in to their SDB Membership Portal.

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WIREs Mechanisms of Disease