‘Chromatin-based regulation of development’ – Early-career researcher places available
Posted by the Node, on 15 October 2018
The Company of Biologists’ Workshops provide leading experts and early career scientists from a diverse range of scientific backgrounds with a stimulating environment for the cross fertilization of interdisciplinary ideas.
The April 2019 Workshop looks a treat for fans of developmental gene regulation. Co-organised by Benoit Bruneau and Joanna Wysocka, ‘Chromatin-based regulation of development‘ will bring together scientists who can or would like to bridge chromatin-level gene regulation, quantitative approaches and developmental biology. It will be held at the beautiful Wiston House, a 16th century Grade I listed building at the foot of the South Downs in West Sussex, England.
The Company of Biologists are offering around 10 funded places for early-career researchers to attend our Workshops along with the 20 speakers. It’s an incredible opportunity for young researchers – find out more here: