The Society for Developmental Biology is a non-profit professional society dedicated to the advancement of the field of developmental biology. Financial contributions to SDB support our efforts in research, education, and career development. SDB currently accepts donations to the following funds:
SDB General Fund
The Society for Developmental Biology General Fund supports the society’s programs that further developmental biology research, education, and career development. Currently, this includes funding for SDB annual and regional meetings; travel awards; educational, outreach and professional development programs; small grants for members who organize meetings and educational activities; and partial support of the SDB national office.
Paul D. Henion Graduate Student Travel Award Fund
Dr. Paul D. Henion (1963 – 2014) was a developmental biologist who studied neural crest biology using zebrafish as a model. This travel award was established to honor his memory and provides travel assistance to the Society for Developmental Biology Annual Meeting for post-candidacy graduate students who have demonstrated research excellence in any area of developmental biology and are giving an oral or poster presentation at the meeting. The number of awards will depend on funds available and may vary from year to year.
Choose Development! Fund
The Society for Developmental Biology Choose Development! Program aims to augment the diversity of undergraduate students that enter doctoral programs in fields related to developmental biology. The program emphasizes professional development and research training under long-term and continuing supervision by expert developmental biology research faculty.
Undergraduate Students from Low- and Lower-Middle Income Countries SDB Annual Meeting Fund
The Society for Developmental Biology Undergraduate Students from Low- and Lower-Middle Income Countries SDB Annual Meeting Fund supports the virtual attendance of undergraduate students from countries with low-income and lower-middle income economies at the Society for Developmental Biology 80th Annual Meeting July 12-16, 2021. Eligible countries are defined by the World Bank’s country classification.
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