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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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January 2019

Keystone Symposia: Single Cell Biology

This conference will emphasize the biological and biomedical applications of single cell approaches, including dynamic live cell measurements, to better understand the molecular control of cell fates and multi-cellular tissue generation in health and disease.

January 13, 2019 — January 17, 2019
Beaver Run Resort and Conference Center, Breckenridge, Colorado, USA

EMBL Course: Advanced training with Oxford Nanopore Technologies

Covering end to end workflows for the preparation and analysis of human and yeast samples using whole genome and barcoded cDNA sequencing approaches. The training includes an overview of the MinKNOW GUI for GridION and MinION devices and much more.

January 14, 2019 — January 18, 2019
Heidelberg, Germany

EMBL Course: Exploratory Analysis of Biological Data: Data Carpentry

This hands on workshop teaches researchers the fundamental data skills they need to conduct their work, and provides high-quality, domain-specific training covering the full lifecycle of data-driven research.

January 29, 2019 — January 31, 2019
Heidelberg, Germany

March 2019

2nd Neurogenesis Conference

The conference will bring together leaders from diverse fields such as embryonic cortical development, adult neurogenesis, human imaging, and stem cell-based neural disease modelling to discuss recent advances in understanding the cellular and molecular mechanisms regulating neural stem cell activity.

conference workshop
March 05, 2019 — March 08, 2019
Nassau, Bahamas

EMBL|Wellcome Genome Campus Conference: Proteomics in Cell Biology and Disease Mechanisms

This conference will focus on the application of proteomics to cell biology and unraveling disease mechanisms by addressing conceptually novel ways to study long-standing questions in these fields.

March 07, 2019 — March 09, 2019
Heidelberg, Germany

EMBL Course: Target Engagement in Biology and Drug Discovery

This course will give a solid practical and theoretical grounding in evaluating how a small molecule interacts with its biological target in cells or in vitro and its role in drug discovery.

March 11, 2019 — March 17, 2019
Heidelberg, Germany

EMBO Workshop: Visualizing Biological Data (VIZBI 2019)

VIZBI 2019 will feature talks from 21 world-leading researchers who will showcase visualizations transforming how life scientists view data, and driving key advances in molecular biology, systems biology, biomedical science, and ecology.

March 13, 2019 — March 15, 2019
Heidelberg, Germany

EMBO|EMBL Symposium: Synthetic Morphogenesis: From Gene Circuits to Tissue Architecture

Synthetic morphogenesis requires collaboration among distinct communities, from developmental biologists, to chemists and material scientists. This symposium brings together scientists from these different disciplines to discuss the extent to which cells/tissues/organs can be built de novo starting from isolated components.

March 17, 2019 — March 20, 2019
Heidelberg, Germany

April 2019

Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Courses: Quantitative Imaging: From Acquisition to Analysis

Application Deadline: January 31, 2019

Instructors: Jennifer Waters, Hunter Elliott, Talley Lambert

Co-Instructors: Florian Jug, Suliana Manley

April 02, 2019 — April 16, 2019
Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, NY

EMBO|EMBL Symposium: Probing Neural Dynamics with Behavioural Genetics

This meeting brings together experts on how the brain integrates information about sensory inputs and internal state into behavioural responses. This topic will be illustrated by studies in different model organisms and will range from sensory-motor to cognitive behaviour.

April 10, 2019 — April 13, 2019
Heidelberg, Germany

2019 Neural Crest & Cranial Placodes GRC & GRS

Gordon Research Seminar: April 13-14
Forum for graduate students and post-docs.

Speaker/discussion leader abstract deadline: January 13
Application deadline: March 16

Gordon Research Conference: April 14-19

Short talk abstract deadline: January 13
Application deadline: March 17

April 13, 2019 — April 19, 2019
Renaissance Tuscany Il Ciocco, near Barga, Italy

Janelia Conferences: High-Throughput Dense Reconstruction of Cell Lineages

Application deadline: 03 December

April 14, 2019 — April 17, 2019
Janelia Research Campus, Ashburn, VA

May 2019

Janelia Conferences: Frontiers in Imaging Science II

Application deadline: 07 December

May 05, 2019 — May 08, 2019
Janelia Research Campus, Ashburn, VA

EMBL Course: Advanced Fluorescence Imaging Techniques

This course covers advanced light microscopy techniques. Participants learn how to derive qualitative & quantitative insights on molecular mechanisms in cells and developing organisms. Focusing on the use of fluorescence microscopy to obtain quantitative information about protein dynamics in living samples.

May 19, 2019 — May 24, 2019
Heidelberg, Germany

July 2019

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.

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

September 2019

EMBO Practical Course: Current Methods in Cell Biology

The aim of the course is to allow participants to experience modern cell biology at work: not only to see but also to try out how cutting-edge technologies can be used to answer questions at the frontiers of cell biology.

September 08, 2019 — September 17, 2019
Heidelberg, Germany

October 2019

EMBO|EMBL Symposium: Seeing is Believing – Imaging the Molecular Processes of Life

Connecting leading developers of imaging methods with cutting edge applications that illustrate how imaging can answer biological questions. We emphasise on methods that capture the dynamics of life, spanning the whole range from molecular resolution to imaging of whole organisms.

October 09, 2019 — October 12, 2019
Heidelberg, Germany