2016 BSCB-BSDB Spring Meeting

10th-13th April 2016, University of Warwick

Our Annual Spring Meeting is held jointly with the British Society for Developmental Biology (BSDB) registration and abstract submission opens later in 2015.

The meeting  includes the BSCB’s Hooke Medal Lecture and the  Women in Cell Biology Early Career Medal  lecture, as well as the BSDB’s Waddington Medal Lecture and Beddington Prize Lecture; a dedicated Graduate Symposium; several well-attended, lively and stimulating poster sessions and social events (including the now infamous annual “Pub Quiz” and disco after the conference dinner!)

Details are currently being finalised. We have confirmed Plenary talks from Marc Kischner and Ruth Lehmann as well as sessions on:

  • Polarity, Cell & Tissue Architecture
  • Growth & Cell Division
  • Hijacking of Cellular & Developmental Processes
  • Interaction of Cells with their Environment,
  • Information processing
  • Women in Science
  • Aging & Regeneration
  • Evolution

The 2016 Spring Conference is expected to attract 400+ delegates, ranging from seasoned leaders in the field to first year graduate students attending the meeting for the first time. Please browse the website for more details about the conference, including information on registration, abstract submission, the scientific and social programme as well as details of our sponsors and exhibitors, whose essential support and contribution to the conference are very much appreciated.

We hope you can join us and look forward to welcoming you to Warwick!

For registration, abstract submission and venue information please visit the joint meetings website:

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