Dear Zebrafish Community members,
This summer marks the 20th Anniversary of the MBL Zebrafish Genetics and Development summer course. Over the last 20 years, this course has trained over 350 students, postdocs, and faculty.
To mark the 20th anniversary, we are holding an all-day symposium on the last day of the course, Friday, August 18th. The symposium will bring together course participants (alumni and faculty) from the past two decades, as well as other community members, for synergistic and networking interactions, to acknowledge the contributions of the zebrafish model to modern developmental biology and biomedical research, and to highlight the positive impact of the zebrafish course on the research of course alumni, their institutions, and the greater scientific community. Please check the schedule for details.
We have a limited number of spots left for this event and would like to open registration to others who would like to learn more about zebrafish, the course, and/or the MBL. A registration fee is required: $30 to attend talks and coffee breaks only OR $100 to attend talks, coffee breaks, AND the mixer/poster session and banquet. All attendees are responsible for arranging their own travel and lodging. If you would like to attend, please register here to reserve your spot.
Sharon Amacher, Corinne Houart, and Erez Raz
2017 Zebrafish Genetics and Development course co-directors
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