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Joint BSDB/Nordic conference on ‘Developmental Biology and Regeneration’

Registration is NOW OPEN for the Joint BSDB/Nordic conference on ‘Developmental Biology and Regeneration’

which will be held at Aula Medica, Karolinska Institute, Stockholm, Sweden on October 25th - 27th, 2017.


As a joint endeavor from the British and four Nordic Societies for Developmental Biology the first “Joint BSDB/Nordic Meeting on Developmental Biology and Regeneration” is organized in Aula Medica, Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm, Sweden. The purpose of this international meeting is to gather a wide range of experts to showcase their most recent findings, and to discuss scientific as well as technological advances in the fields of development and regeneration.

The three-day program covers a broad range of subjects, including animal and plant development, regeneration and stem cell sciences. The meeting has a wide scope showcasing state of the art genetic, molecular and cellular technologies as well as classical embryology. One of the major aims of the meeting is to provide a forum to create new and strengthen the existing collaborations among Nordic and British developmental biologists, who work on diverse organisms and cells originating from worm, fruit fly, mouse, rat, human and plants. The format of the meeting includes presentations from invited international experts intermingled with abstract selected talks as well as poster ‘flash presentations’. Finally, we hope this will provide a great forum for young PIs, postdocs and students to present their work to a broad and knowledgeable audience and thus be an excellent forum for interaction, collaboration and learning.


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Organizing committee:
Megan Davey, Joe Rainger (BSDB), Christos Samakovlis, András Simon, Sara Wilson (SWEDBO), Satu Kuure (FSDB), Elke Ober, Palle Serup (Denmark), Helge Ræder (Norway)

Our sponsors:

Vetenskapsrådet /

The Swedish Research Council


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