Southeast Regional SDB Meeting 2020
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Southeast Regional SDB Meeting 2020

SESDB Regional Meeting 2020 Online

https://sites.google.com/view/SESDB-2020

Due to the Covid-19 outbreak, this meeting is being held virtually on Zoom

(registration required-**FREE)

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Registration and Abstract submission

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Registration deadline is May 6, 2020

Click here for Abstract submission:

Abstract submission deadline to be considered for a short talk is April 30

**Only SDB Members are eligible to submit abstracts for short talk consideration


**no poster session at meeting

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Meeting organizers:

Kenneth Poss, PhD, Duke University kenneth.poss@duke.edu

Frank Conlon, PhD, UNC Chapel Hill frank_conlon@med.unc.edu


Keynote Speakers: Ask an Expert Interactive Session

Dr. Lucy O'Brien, Assistant Professor of Molecular and Cellular Physiology, Stanford

Dr. John Wallingford, Professor of Molecular Biosciences, University of Texas at Austin


Confirmed Speakers:

Dr. Stefano Di Talia, Assistant Professor, Cell Biology, Duke University

Dr. Barbara Lom, Professor, Biology, Davidson College

Dr. Lori O'Brien, Assistant Professor, Cell Biology and Physiology, UNC Chapel Hill

Dr. Rachel Roberts-Galbraith, Assistant Professor, Cell Biology, University of Georgia

Dr. Lucia Strader, Associate Professor, Biology, Washington University in St. Louis


Session Topics Include:

Gene Regulation

Regeneration and Stem Cells

Morphogenesis and Organogenesis

Evolution and Development

Cell Biology of Development


Click here for Preliminary Program

 

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