It is our great pleasure to invite you to participate in the joint meeting of the British Society of Cell biology and the British Society of Developmental Biology. This conference provides a unique forum to network and socialise with a wide cross section of the Cell and Developmental Biology community.
The British Society of Cell Biology holds a spring meeting each year which is designed to cover a broad range of topics in cell biology. The Spring meeting consists of four or five half day sessions on various aspects of cell biology with speakers across the globe. These sessions are interleaved with the The British Developmental Biology.
The conference will feature plenary talks from leading developmental biologists including Mina Bissel and Sally Temple. The plenary talks will be complimented by symposia featuring invited talks from an outstanding line up of speakers from around the world as well ad the Wadding medal, Cheryll Tickle award and Beddington Prize lectures.
The conference is expected to attract approximately 500+ delegates, many of whom will be budget holding principal investigator and we anticipate the participation of many leading suppliers as exhibitors and sponsors. 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!
BSCB/BSDB Conference Organising Committee
BSDB Conference Information
BSDB members INCLUDING PIs can apply for BSDB Conference Grants to attend this meeting.
BSCB Conference Information
BSCB members can apply for BSCB Conference grants to attend this meeting. The BSCB run the Honor Fell / Company of Biologists Travel Awards which provide financial help to members of the society at the start of their scientific careers to enable them to attend meetings that are relevant to Cell Biology.
Most importantly a joint PhD and Postdoc Social event often involving a quiz. A splendid conference dinner with after-dinner prizegiving and dancefloor activity.