The Waddington Medal is the only national award in Developmental Biology. It honours outstanding research performance as well as services to the subject community. The medal is awarded annually at the BSDB Spring Meeting, where the recipient presents the Waddington Medal Lecture. We are very pleased to announce that this year’s Waddington medal winner is […]
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The Beddington Medal is the BSDB’s major commendation to promising young biologists, awarded for the best PhD thesis in Developmental Biology defended in the year previous to the award. Rosa Beddington was one of the greatest talents and inspirational leaders in the field of developmental biology. Rosa made an enormous contribution to the field in […]
Following the cancellation of BSDB/GenSoc2020, the meeting organisers have been seeking ways to maintain some elements of the meeting through online interactions. We do not plan to run a full virtual meeting, but we do have plans to enable speakers and poster presenters to give brief informal summaries, tweetorials, gifs or visual abstracts of their work, […]
In 2016, the BSDB introduced the Cheryll Tickle Medal, which is being awarded annually to a mid-career, female scientist for her outstanding achievements in the field of Developmental Biology. The BSDB is proud to announce the 2020 awardee, Tatjana Sauka-Spengler. Originally from Bosnia and Herzegovina, Tatjana completed her undergraduate studies in Physics at the University of […]
With hopefully the worst of the winter behind us, we can all look forward to Spring and of course, the BSDB Spring Meeting, in Warwick, organised this year in collaboration with The Genetics Society. Highlights of the meeting will be talks from our 2020 Medal Winners, including Professor Tatjana Sauka-Spengler, winner of the Tickle Medal and Dr […]