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Symposium on Animal Development and its Evolutionary Variation

When Sep 17, 2017 09:00 AM to
Sep 18, 2017 05:00 PM
Where Department of Zoology, Cambridge
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Contact Phone +44 1223 336621
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Symposium on Animal Development and its Evolutionary Variation

17-18 September 2017

Department of Zoology, Cambridge

Keynote Speakers

Sean Carroll (University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA)
Matt Scott (Carnegie Institution for Science, USA)

Speakers

Detlev Arendt (EMBL, Heidelberg, Germany)
Nadia Bakalenko (St Petersburg State University, Russia)
Erik Clark (University of Cambridge, UK)
Cassandra Extavour (Harvard University, USA)
Jack Green (University of Marseille, France)
Rob Kelsh (University of Bath, UK)
Alfonso Martinez-Arias (University of Cambridge, UK)
Christen Mirth (Monash University, Australia)
Tassos Pavlopoulos (Howard Hughes Medical Institute, Janelia Farm, USA)
Mariana Wolfner (Cornell University, USA)

Registration

Registration website:

http://onlinesales.admin.cam.ac.uk/conferences-and-events/department-of-zoology/symposium-on-animal-development-and-its-evolutionary-variation

Deadline: 01 September 2017

 

Professor Michael Akam and the Department of Zoology

One important driver for holding the symposium at the Department of Zoology in Cambridge is to celebrate the many contributions of Professor Michael Akam to the study of Animal Development and Evolution.  As Prof. Akam’s home for so many years, the Zoology Department is particularly proud and pleased to host an international symposium of this calibre and thus contribute to the generation of debate and new ideas across these exciting fields of research in modern biology.

Organiser Group

Claudio Alonso, Paul Brakefield, Julian Jacobs, Max Telford

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Claudio Alonso, Michalis Averof, James Castelli-Gair, David Stern, Max Telford

Administrative Contact:
Paula McPhee, Department of Zoology, University of Cambridge
Tel: +44 1223 336621 Email: