Development in Action

“Development in Action” - ­DiA - Meetings a series of VERY INFORMAL meetings organised by the members of the SPDB.  We get together once every three months (generally alternating between IMM, FCUL, IGC and CEDOC). We also organise a yearly SPECIAL DiA meeting with our “out-of-Lisbon” members in mind.  More information

 

Meetings and courses of interest

Interdisciplinary Spring School on Plant and Animal Physiology, Montpellier, France, 18 - 24 March 2019

This Spring school is destined to early career researchers (masters students to early stage post-docs) and will focus this year on the genetic and evolutionary mechanisms determining cell and tissue morphogenesis during animal and plant development. It aims at bringing together students of various biological and physical/mathematical backgrounds to breed a new generation of interdisciplinary cellular and developmental biologists.

The course organizers encourage applications from candidates with Biology, Physics, Mathematics or Computer science backgrounds interested to broaden their skills and interests. In addition to formal lectures in the morning, hands-on training in computational simulations, tailored to the students skills, will be provided in the afternoons.

Grants are available. More information here.

To register, send a CV, letter of motivation, financial support request if applicable, and reference letter from at least one professor or scientific supervisor to Patrick Lemaire: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Deadline for applications: 15 January 2019     


The developing brain in health and disease, University of Oxford, UK. 19 - 20 March 2019

The Academy of Medical Sciences is convening a two day scientific meeting to explore key areas of neurodevelopmental research in a unique forum that promotes discussion and collaboration between disciplines, career stages and sectors.

The meeting will bring together an interdisciplinary mix of researchers, from world leading scientists to early career researchers, as well as other key players in the field, such as funders and industry. One of the key aims will be to highlight the latest advances in neurodevelopmental research and identify key research questions that could bring a real impact to the field. There will be a strong focus on nurturing the next generation of researchers by fostering cross-disciplinary collaborations and engagement with more established researchers.

We welcome researchers from all backgrounds interested in brain development and strongly encourage early career researchers, from PhD level onwards, to attend this meeting. Please note that we might be able to pay for travel and accommodation costs to outstanding early career researchers who wish to attend the meeting.

Registration is free. Abstract submission is open until November 5, 2018. See our poster
For more information please visit our site in: https://acmedsci.ac.uk/developingbrainmeeting

 


Developmental and Cell Biology of the Future, Paris, France. 27 - 29 March, 2019

A conference organized by young scientists from France. Topics: Epigenomics & Genome expression; Mechanobiology; Live imaging & Image processing; Single cell Omics; Environmental impact on development and evolution; Stem cells and organoids.

Registration is free, but compulsory.


Funding opportunities for meetings:

PLoS Early Career Travel Award Program

The Company of Biologists Scientific Meeting Grants

Antibodies.com Travel Grant Program


 

2018 Joint Meeting SPBD|SEBD|SFBD

SPBD held a successful joint meeting with SEBD and SFBD in Porto on 7-10 November 2018. 

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SPBD turned 10 years old in 2016

A SPBD fez 10 anos em 2016!

SPBD turned 10 years old in 2016!

On the 23th of September 2016 we had a BIG CELEBRATION in Lisbon!!!

A One-Day Symposium with 2 special guests (Nicole Le Douarin  and  Phil Ingham) and

Inauguration of a Photo Exhibition (ArtDevo) of your best photos on display in MUHNAC until 31 December 2016.

 
 

Masters and PhD programmes in Developmental Biology

Masters in Evolutionary and Developmental Biology / Mestrado em Biologia Evolutiva e do Desenvolvimento, Faculdade de Ciências da Universidade de Lisboa.

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Do you organise a post-graduate programme in Developmental Biology? Send your link to comunicacao.spbd [at] gmail.com!