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3rd Young Embryologist Meeting
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Date: Friday 6th May 2011, from 10.30am to 5pm
Venue: Floor 30, Guy's Tower, King's College London
Keynote Lecture by: Sir John Gurdon
NOTE: Registration for the meeting is now CLOSED
Click HERE for meeting program
The 3rd Young Embryologist Meeting will gather together embryologists working on a diverse range of systems to gain different perspectives and to get to know what other people are working on.
Everyone is welcome to
attend and the meeting is free and open to all.
The full-day meeting begins at 10.30am on Friday May 6th. It runs until 5pm and we hope to include a buffet lunch and a wine reception.
We hope the meeting
will provide a platform for young researchers (preference is given to PhD and
Post-Docs) to present their work in a series of 20 minute talks and a poster
We will favour the diversity of topics and models in the field of embryology.
Previous meetings in 2008 and 2010 have included talks on neural crest migration, patterning of the cerebral cortex, neural tube morphogenesis, limb development and involved work using mouse, chick, frog, fly and zebrafish models.
<< Click on the image of the poster to view it full-size.
In addition to the talks
and poster session we will have a keynote lecture by Sir John Gurdon of The Gurdon Institute at the University of Cambridge, and an open discussion on careers.
The careers discussion will take the form of a panel of three PI’s (Prof Claudio Stern, Prof Jon Clarke, Dr Karen Liu) answering your questions concerning research careers.
Our main interest is to generate a space where students, Post Docs, PIs and everyone else can discover more about people's work and discuss different topics of developmental biology in a relaxed setting. Ultimately we want to strengthen the recently started Young Embryologist Network (YEN) to enhance the research environment for embryologists, so please come!
This meeting is only possible with the generous contribution from King's College London Dental Institute. We are indebted to
Professor Tim Watson, Director of Research KCLDI and Dr Mark Woolford, Director
of Education KCLDI for their generous support.
We also grateful for the very generous support from Head of UCL School of Life and Medical Sciences, Sir John Tooke, Director of UCL Institute of Child Health: Professor Andrew Copp, and Director of the MRC National Institute for Medical Research at Mill Hill, Professor Jim Smith. All of these funding sources are greatly appreciated and enable us to run a full meeting programme.
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