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Apply to organise a Workshop with The Company of Biologists

Posted by , on 24 June 2022

Application deadline: Friday 29 July 2022

The deadline for proposals to organise a Workshop with The Company of Biologists in 2024 is fast approaching. Our Workshops aim to bring together world-leading experts and early-career researchers to discuss cutting-edge science on topics not covered by traditional conferences. This means that our Workshops are focussed on emerging or cross-disciplinary themes. In 2022, our developmental biology and stem cell focussed Workshops include:

  • The Biology and Physics of Left-Right Patterning
  • Fostering Quantitative Modelling and Experimentation in Developmental Biology
  • Cell State Transitions: Approaches, Experimental Systems and Models
  • From Physics to Function
  • Developmental Metabolism and the Origins of Health and Disease

The Company of Biologists will handle the logistics and provide you with funding for your Workshop, allowing you to focus on the science. We are happy to receive applications for novel proposals that sit anywhere within the broad scope of biological and biomedical research. For more details, check out our post on reasons to organise a Workshop with The Company of Biologists.

In 2024, we are aiming to diversify our Workshop programme, and with this in mind, one of our Workshops is reserved for proposals from Global South countries. Furthermore, the event will be hosted overseas to encourage local early-career researchers to apply for funded places.

You can find out more and submit your proposal here.

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