Next Evenings at Whitney on Dec. 14 – Transformation and Conservation: Climate Change, Plant Diversity and the Southern Landscape
Southeast Regional Society for Developmental Biology Annual Meeting Hosted by Whitney Laboratory on May 19-21
Whitney Laboratory is hosting the annual Southeast Regional Society for Developmental Biology meeting on May 19-21, 2016.
The keynote speakers include:
- Deborah J. Andrew, Professor, Dept. Cell Biology, Johns Hopkins University
Building body parts: Lessons learned from simple critters
- Fabienn Poulain, Assistant Professor, Dept. of Biology, University of South Carolina
From neurons to brain circuits: axon guidance and developmental degeneration in vivo
The session chairs:
- Malcolm Maden, Department of Biology, University of Florida Gainesville
Mechanistic insights into the regeneration of mammalian skin from the spiny mouse
- Mary Lou King, Professor, Dept. Cell Biology, Univ. Miami.
Gene Programming in Primordial Germ Cells
- Ryan Range, Assistant Professor, Dept Biological Sciences, Mississippi State University
The emerging Wnt signaling network that governs anterior-posterior patterning in the sea urchin embryo
- Elaine Seaver, Professor, Whitney Marine Lab, Univ. Florida
Evolutionary paradoxes: a case of spiralian development
- Rosangela Sozzani, Assistant Professor, Department of Plant and Microbial Biology, North Carolina State Univ.
Modeling gene regulatory networks that control the Arabidopsis root stem cells
- Jim Fadool, Professor, Department of Biology, Florida State University,
Analysis of photoreceptor specification in zebrafish leads to a model of rod and cone variation among vertebrates
- Ping Chen, Associate Professor, Department of Cell Biology, Emory University
Regulation of ciliogenesis and planar cell polarity in vertebrates
21 talks to be chosen from submitted abstracts!