Development in Action
“Development in Action” - DiA - Meetings are a series of VERY INFORMAL meetings organised by members of the SPDB. We get together once every three months (generally alternating between IGC, IMM, CEDOC & FCUL). Usually three junior scientists present novel results (preferably unpublished results/observations) or, alternatively, post-docs and PIs can present new and challenging research ideas. The presentations should last 15 min followed by 15-20 min discussion. We also organise DiA Meetings with our “out-of-Lisbon” members in mind: so far, such meetings have been held at the Universities of Algarve, Minho and Porto. The objective is to organize one of these full day Special DiA meetings once a year.
If you want to be added to the dia_members email list, please contact them!
The next DiA meeting will be a Special DiA meeting (a full day meeting) and will take place on 22 September 2017 at the University of Algarve in Faro!
Rita Fior (Champalimaud Foundation)
Raquel P. Andrade (Centro de Biomedicina Molecular e Estrutural, Universidade do Algarve)
See here for the detailed programme!
We will also have 8 short talks from different labs working in developmental biology.
SPBD is sponsoring this meeting and participants are only asked to contribute towards the cost of transportation. Coffee breaks and Lunch will be provided.
BUS FEE (from Lisbon):
SPBD members have a reduced fee of 5 euros (Students - Master, PhD or others) and 10€ (PostDocs and PIs).
Non SPBD members are also welcome to participate and the fee is 25 euros.
Members from outside Lisbon can ask for financial support from SPBD, please notify us of your intentions in the registration form and we will get in touch with you.
Please register to the meeting here.
Group picture from the full day Special DiA Meeting on 10 July 2015 at IBMC/INEB, Porto
The Special DiA Meeting in Porto 2015 had close to 60 participants!
Group picture from the full day Special DiA Meeting on 4 July 2014 at University of Algarve, Faro
The Special DiA Meeting 2014 had over 50 participants!