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Events Calendar

This page lists events that are of interest to the global community of developmental biologists: conferences, meetings, training courses, workshops.

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Events filtered by date: June 2019 [Clear filter]

June 2019

22nd International C. elegans Conference

Abstract submission deadline: March 28

conference
June 20, 2019 — June 24, 2019
Los Angeles, USA

2nd European Amphibian Conference (EAC2019)

We invite you to the Second European Amphibian Club in Lutherstadt-Wittenberg, Germany.

 

This conference aims to foster a European network for scientists using amphibians in biology and translational medicine and to consolidate the interest of young scientists for amphibian models.
conference
June 26, 2019 — June 29, 2019
Leucorea, Lutherstadt-Wittenberg, Germany

ISSCR 2019

Annual Meeting of the International Society for Stem Cell Research

conference
June 26, 2019 — June 29, 2019
Los Angeles, USA

Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Courses: Drosophila Neurobiology: Genes, Circuits & Behavior

Application Deadline: March 15, 2019

Instructors: C. Andrew Frank Ellie, Heckscher, Alex Keene

course
June 28, 2019 — July 18, 2019
Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, NY

Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Courses: Frontiers and Techniques In Plant Science

Application Deadline: March 15, 2019

Instructors: Sean Cutler, José Dinneny,  Uta Paszkowski

course
June 28, 2019 — July 18, 2019
Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, NY

FASEB RNA Localization and Local Translation 2019

This conference is dedicated to understanding the spatial organization and regulation of RNA biology within cells, which has taken center stage in many fields including cell polarity, developmental biology, synaptic plasticity, and neurodegenerative disease.

conference
June 30, 2019 — July 05, 2019
Snowmass Village, Colorado, USA

July 2019

EMBL Course: Shift your DNA and RNA Sequencing Library Preparation into Hyper-Drive

The goal is to teach the fundamentals of RNA and DNA library preparation for next generation sequencing applications. Library preparation for DNA samples will be performed. The bioinformatics part covers tools for RNA-seq data analysis using open-source software.

course
July 01, 2019 — July 05, 2019
Heidelberg, Germany

EMBL Course: Microinjection in Zebrafish and Medaka: From Transgenesis to CRISPR

The course provides hands-on tutorials and the theory behind gene transfer into fish embryo, as well as gene knock-in/-out using CRISPR/Cas. Microinjection into zebrafish and medaka embryos to be covered as well as subsequent screening to identify positive founder fish.

course
July 02, 2019 — July 04, 2019
Heidelberg, Germany

Society for Experimental Biology Conference Session: Bioimaging as a Means for Discovery and Learning

Dr George Littlejohn and I are organising this conference session and abstract submission is currently open!

Feel free to contact me at oliver.tills@plymouth.ac.uk to discuss.

It would be great to see you there!

conference
July 02, 2019 — July 05, 2019
Seville, Spain

EMBO|EMBL Symposium: Mechanical Forces in Development

The symposium aims at bringing together world-leading experts in the fields of mechanobiology, cell biology and developmental biology studying the mechanical basis of cell and tissue morphogenesis.

conference
July 03, 2019 — July 06, 2019
Heidelberg, Germany

Gordon Research Conference: Cell Growth and Proliferation

Normal and Abnormal Cell Cycle Variations

conference
July 07, 2019 — July 12, 2019
West Dover, VT, US

EMBO Practical Course – Developmental neurobiology: From worms to mammals

Abstract and registration deadline = 01 April 2019

course
July 07, 2019 — July 20, 2019
London, UK

10th International Tunicate Meeting

Villefranche-sur-Mer, France, July 7-13, 2019

This meeting attracts the international community of researchers using tunicates as model organisms for a broad range of studies, including cell and developmental biology, neurobiology and immunity, post-embryonic development, genetics and genomics, ecology and evolution.

 

conference
July 08, 2019 — July 13, 2019
Villefranche-sur-Mer, France

EMBL Course: Super-Resolution Microscopy

This covers theory and practical application of current super-resolution microscopy techniques to biological questions. Participants will use current super-resolution microscopes for Localisation Microscopy and STED Microscopy on a variety of fixed and living samples prepared during the course.

course
July 08, 2019 — July 13, 2019
Heidelberg, Germany

EMBO|EMBL Symposium: New Approaches and Concepts in Microbiology

This symposium bridges traditional microbiology and novel technologies by exposing microbiologists to new ways of addressing their hypotheses. Also, it provides a platform for systems or technology experts to get a better understanding of the important questions in the field.

conference
July 10, 2019 — July 13, 2019
Heidelberg, Germany

The 60th McKusick Short Course: Human and Mammalian Genetics and Genomics

This course is a modern survey of heredity, disease, genetics in experimental animals and humans, and molecular genetics in the diagnosis and treatment of inherited disorders.

course
July 14, 2019 — July 26, 2019
The Jackson Laboratory, Bar Harbor, ME

New frontiers in the brain: unexpected roles of the choroid plexus-cerebrospinal fluid system in health and disease

A Company of Biologists Workshop

Early-career researchers application deadline is 15 March 2019.

workshop
July 14, 2019 — July 17, 2019
Wiston House, UK

Developmental Biology Teaching Workshop

Learn about high-impact cost-effective lab techniques for urchins, chick, fish, flies, ciliates, worms, and more at this SDB-sponsored workshop.

Developmental Biology Teaching Workshop • July 16-19, 2019

Bonus: lupine-filled hikes in the Maine wood, paddling on the Damariscotta, eating delicious lobster.

course workshop
July 16, 2019 — July 19, 2019
Darling Marine Center, University of Maine