The Society for Developmental Biology Ethel Browne Harvey Postdoctoral Seminar Series was established to highlight the work of our outstanding postdoctoral members, providing a platform for those members who will soon be going on the job market. Speaker selection will represent the breadth of diversity in the Society, including gender, race, ethnicity, type of institution, geographic location, and research organism.
Day and Time
Second Friday of the month at 3:00 pm ET. Next seminar is September 10, 2021.
The one-hour virtual seminars feature two postdoc speakers giving 20-minute talks followed by 10 minutes of Q&A. All seminars will be recorded and available for a limited time. Recordings will be posted the Monday following the seminar (except for holidays).
Postdoc members of the Society for Developmental Biology (2021 dues paid) are eligible to apply to be a speaker. Deadline: Monday, August 16, 2021, 11:59 PM ET.
The SDB Postdoctoral Seminar Series is free and open to anyone interested in developmental biology and supporting the great work our postdocs are doing.
View the June 11 Seminar Recording: https://youtu.be/huV23HIka2g
|October 9||Michael Piacentino||Temporal changes in lipid metabolism control neural crest epithelial-to-mesenchymal transition and plasma membrane fluidity||View Recording|
|Natasha O'Brown||Neurovascular interactions guiding the development of the blood-brain barrier |
|November 13||D’Juan Farmer||Deciphering the embryonic origins and the genetic regulation of skeletal stem cells in the vertebrate skull||View Recording|
|Olena Zhulyn||Rapid remodeling of the translatome underlies wound closure and regeneration|
|December 11||Camila Lopez-Anido||Single-cell resolution of stomatal lineage dynamics within the Arabidopsis developing leaf||View Recording|
|Fanju Meng||Dynamic H2A.Z patterning controls chromatin accessibility and neural crest differentiation trajectory|
|January 8||Christopher Bolt||Regulatory reallocation of HoxD13 and the molecular origin of human and murine limb mesomelic dysplasias||View Recording|
|Nicole Edwards||Discovering the developmental mechanisms of trachea-esophageal defects|
|February 12||Melissa LaBonty||Conservation of the genetic interaction between Bbs5 and Nphp4 across species||View Recording|
|Adam Isabella||Divergent mechanisms of nerve patterning in development and regeneration|
|March 12||Xubo Niu||Tendon cell regeneration is mediated by attachment site-resident progenitors and BMP signaling||View Recording|
|N. Soledad Reyes de Mochel||Sentinel p16INK4a+ cells in the basement membrane form a reparative niche in the lung|
|April 9||Cara Moravec||A novel role for the chromosomal passenger complex in germ plasm aggregation during early development||View Recording|
|Brandon Carpenter||C. elegans establishes germline versus soma by balancing histone methylation|
|May 14||Daniel McIntyre||Gonadal basement membrane interferes with Notch signaling, guaranteeing primordial germ cell quiescence in C. elegans embryos||View Recording|
|Katheryn Rothenberg||Rap1 controls adhesion and cytoskeletal rearrangements to drive rapid wound repair|
|June 11||Alys Jarvela||Genome editing in mosquitoes reveals evolutionary handover of developmental gene function||View Recording|
|Ryan O'Neill||Traip controls brain size via mitotic DNA repair|