For a comprehensive list of events taking place throughout 2019, visit The Node’s Events Calendar. Keep checking back to see new conferences and symposia added to the calendar throughout the year.
Here are some upcoming events you may be interested in. Be sure to look at the available travel grants to help cover your costs.
- 21st January 2019: North of England Developmental Biology Symposium (The Michael Smith Building, University of Manchester)
This one-day meeting brings together researchers from Universities/Research Institutes across the North of England to foster our surprising strength-in-depth in developmental biology. The symposium itself is a mix of talks/posters from junior and senior developmental biologists followed by an informal reception to facilitate networking.
This conference provides a unique forum to network and socialise with a wide cross section of the Cell and Developmental Biology community. The conference will feature plenary talks from leading developmental biologists including Mina Bissel and Sally Temple. The plenary talks will be complimented by symposia featuring invited talks from an outstanding line up of speakers from around the world. Please browse the website for more details about the conference, including information on registration, abstract submission, the scientific and social programme as well as details of our sponsors and exhibitors, whose essential support and contribution to the conference are very much appreciated.
This conference brings together early career scientists within the wide field of developmental biology. Scientists have the opportunity to present their work in talks and/or posters. Career advise in the form of a panel discussion session will be provided.
The 2019 conference “Development of the dopaminergic system-from stem cells to circuits” will feature an exciting and diverse scientific programme focused on recent advances and future directions in fundamental and applied developmental neuroscience centred on the midbrain dopaminergic system. We look forward to you joining us in this interesting and informative meeting and help us form a growing network of interactions and collaborations aiming at pushing the boundaries of research in the field of dopaminergic development.