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About: Denise Zannino

Biography:
I am a postdoctoral fellow who uses the zebrafish as a model to understand how the brain is patterned very early in development.
Website:
http://denisezannino.wordpress.com/

Posts by Denise Zannino:

Gone Fishing. Zebrafish Meeting 2014, Madison, WI.

Posted by on October 15th, 2014

“In scientific thinking are always present elements of poetry. Science and music requires a thought homogeneous.” ~Albert Einstein. This year the biannual Zebrafish meeting started out in the best possible fashion, combining music with science. The exceptionally talented organist Dr. Graham Lieschke performed three pieces composed by Bach, and Overture Hall never sounded better! Having[…]

“Smells Like Development” – The 73rd Society for Developmental Biology Meeting

Posted by on September 30th, 2014

Hosted in beautiful Seattle, the Society for Developmental Biology (SDB) held its 73rd Annual Meeting on the University of Washington campus in (mostly) sunny July. Here researchers from around the world working on different developmental processes and models come together to share their results and learn about advances in the field. SDB is quite generous[…]