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Lab meetings

Lab meetings

Our ‘Lab meetings’ posts highlight developmental and stem cell biology labs from across the globe. We aim to build a directory of labs that will showcase research and researchers from the community, and provide a useful resource for scientists considering their next career step. As well as hearing about the research from the group leader, our fact-files also cover mentoring style and we hear from the group members about their favourite things about the lab and the location. If you would like to nominate a lab (including self-nominations), get in touch at thenode@biologists.com or using our contact form.

List of labs that have been featured in the ‘Lab Meeting’ series

Lab meeting with the Charrier lab

Posted by , on 11 April 2024

Meeting the lab of Bénédicte Charrier, based at the Institute of Functional Genomics of Lyon (IGFL). The lab studies the morphogenesis of brown algae.

Lab meeting with the Tsakiridis Lab

Posted by , on 4 April 2024

Meet the lab of Anestis Tsakiridis, based in Sheffield, UK. The lab is interested in understanding how human developmental cell fate decisions are controlled.

Lab meeting with the Mohlin lab

Posted by , on 25 March 2024

Meet the Mohlin lab, based in Lund, Sweden. The lab is interested in understanding the mechanisms of tumor initiation during embryogenesis.

Lab meeting with the Soiza-Reilly lab

Posted by , on 12 March 2024

Meet the Soiza-Reilly lab, based in Buenos Aires, Argentina. The lab is interested in early postnatal maladaptive development and miswiring of cortico-limbic circuits.

Lab Meeting with the Maurange Lab

Posted by , on 14 December 2023

Meet the members of the Maurange Lab, based in the Institut de Biologie de Développement de Marseille (IBDM).

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Updated on 11 October 2023