Why I Choose Development

The Society for Developmental Biology asked scientists to share why they chose to study developmental biology.  Students, postdocs, and faculty at all stages of their careers contributed.  Watch the video below or click here to view slideshow. Contributors are listed and linked to their responses.  Thank you to Tamara Caspary of Emory University for spearheading this project.  If you would like to share why you choose development, send your slide to tamara.caspary@emory.edu.

Contributors:

John AbramyamBruce AlbertsKathryn AndersonMarianne BronnerDonald D. BrownMargaret BuckinghamJoseph CampanaleBlanche CapelTamara CasparyMartin ChalfieJohn ChanOndine CleaverEdwin G. ConklinChris CretekosDarwin DichmannStephen DrainFrank DyeJonathan EggenschwillerSteven FarberScott F. GilbertBenjamin GordonTheresa GriecoKat HadjantonakisViktor HamburgerRichard HarlandDorit HockmanKaterina HofstetterBrigid HoganVivian IrishLeland JohnsonAlex JoynerDavid KingsleyPeter KoopmanClaire KoynsRobb KrumlaufDiana LairdAloa Lamarca DamsEd LauferRuth LehmannAng LiMary ListMegan MartikMark MartindaleAdam MasonDavid MatusLisa MavesDave McClayAndy McMahonElliot MeyerowitzCecilia Moens (video) • Cecilia Moens (#2)Anne-Hélène Monsoro-BurgSally A. MoodyMeghan Morrissey Lee NiswanderRachael NorrisGuillermo OliverKatie PeichelNathaniel PetersChristopher PinedaVicky PrinceAmy RalstonHeather RayJanet RossantAdrianna San RomanLisa SandellTrudi SchupbachLicia SelleriGeraldine SeydouxDavid SherwoodMaxine SingerIan SussexCliff TabinJenny TenlenShirley TilghmanMary TylerScott WeatherbeeEric WieschausAndrea WillsLewis WolpertBill WoodJudith YanowitzJohn YoungAmanda ZachariasAaron Zorn

Last Updated on 12/30/2014