The Waddington Medal, the only national award in developmental biology, is awarded for outstanding research performance as well as services to the subject community. Nominees should be outstanding developmental biologists who have made a significant contribution to UK developmental biology and who are still currently active in the field. Examples of significant contribution to UK […]
Every year at the Spring meeting prizes are awarded for the posters judged to be particularly outstanding in both their content and presentation. This years winners were Stephen Fleenor (Begbie lab, University of Oxford) Characterising the role of a regulator of G protein signalling in cranial sensory ganglia formation Ricardo Laranjeiro (Whitmore lab, University College […]
The 2012 Beddington medal was presented to Boyan Bonev at the Spring Meeting in Warwick. Boyan carried out his PhD work with Nancy Papalopulu in Manchester on the role of a microRNA in neural development.
Congratulations to Alfonso Martinez Arias (Department of Genetics, University of Cambridge), who received the 2012 Waddington medal at the Spring Meeting in Warwick
Our next meeting will be the 2012 Autumn Conference 2-6 September 2012 The 2012 Autumn Conference, co-sponsored with EMBO, is the Molecular and Cellular Basis of Regeneration and Tissue Repair to be held at St Catherine’s College, Oxford 2-6 September 2012. There will be a £50 discount on the registration fee for BSDB members. BSDB […]