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The YEN 2018 conference will be held at the Francis Crick Institute, London on Monday 14th May. This year, we are honoured to continue hosting the Sammy Lee Memorial Keynote Lecture, to be delivered by Professor Wolf Reik (Babraham Institute). We are very pleased to host two further speakers; Dr Germano Cecere (Institut Pasteur) and Dr Susan Cox (King’s College London). As well as three abstract-selected talk sessions and poster presentations, we will also be holding a Q&A panel session on “Publishing, Editing and Journals” with three professional panellists; Jennifer McLennan (eLife), Robert Kiley (Wellcome) and Katherine Brown (Development). Attendees submitting abstracts for talk presentations may also be considered for travel grants up to the value of £100.
talks from Dr Germano Cecere and Dr Susan Cox
from Professor Wolf Reik
from selected abstracts
with Jennifer McLennan (eLife), Robert Kiley (Wellcome), Katherine Brown (Development)
Matteo A. Molè
Thanks to Katherine Exelby and Vicki Metzis for writing a review of our YEN 2017 conference on The Node! If you want to have a look at it, follow this link: http://thenode.biologists.com/yen-does-it-again/events/
We have finalised the conference programme and we are now open for abstract submission for poster or oral presentation. If you’re coming from outside of London or outside of UK and presenting a poster or an oral presentation, you’ll be considered for a travel grant of up to 100£. Secure your space at the 10th Read more about Registration for the 10th YEN conference is now open[…]
Registration for the 9th Young Embryologist Network Conference is now open, aiming again to bring together developmental biologists from across the UK (and beyond) to discuss their work. This year, Dr Darren Gilmour from EMBL Heidelberg will present The Sammy Lee Memorial Lecture. In addition, this year YEN conference will host Dr. Karen Liu (King’s Read more about Registration for the 9th YEN Conference is open[…]
Final Programme of the 8th Annual YEN Conference can be downloaded here. 9.30 Registration 9.55 Welcome Address First Session: Cell Fate Determination Chair: Sara Pozzi 10.00 Teresa Rayon (The Francis Crick Institute) Distinct mechanisms regulate Cdx2 expression in the blastocyst and in trophoblast stem cells 10.20 Sarah Bowling (Imperial College London) mTOR mediates fitness sensing Read more about Final Programme of the 8th Annual YEN Conference[…]
27th May 2016 09:15-18.00 UCL Institute of Child Health Registration and abstract submission are now open! The 8th Young Embryologist Network Conference aims to bring together developmental biologists from across the UK (and beyond) to discuss their work. This year, YEN is honoured to have Professor Paul Martin from the University of Bristol present The Read more about Eighth Young Embryologist Network Conference[…]
We are pleased to invite you to this month’s evo-devo themed YEN Seminar hosted by King’s College London on the 27th April at 4.30 pm. Speakers: Dr Thomas Butts (Queen Mary, University of London) – “The complex developmental (and evolutionary) history of the trigeminal sensory system” and Dr Neal Anthwal (King’s College London) – “Breakdown of Meckel’s cartilage provides Read more about April Seminar at KCL[…]
University College London is hosting YEN Seminar on the 16th March. Professor Jeremy Brockes is giving a lecture on “Mechanisms and evolution in vertebrate limb regeneration”. Travel: University College London, Gower St, London, WC1E 6XA By tube: the nearest tube stations are Euston Square (Circle, Metropolitan, Hammersmith & City lines), Euston (Northen & Read more about March Seminar at UCL[…]
The first Young Embryologist Network Seminar of 2016 will take place at the Francis Crick Institute on the 9th February 2016 at 4pm. Speakers: Dr Andrew Bailey (The Crick Institute – Gould Lab)“Antioxidant role for lipid droplets in a stem cell niche of Drosophila”Prof Christiana Ruhrberg (University College London)“The genetic control of fertility: Molecules Read more about YEN Seminar at the Crick[…]
YEN 2016 Meeting will be hosted by the University College London.
The 7th Young Embryologist Network (YEN) AGM was held at King’s College London. The AGM is the largest YEN event of the year, bringing young scientists together from across the UK, Europe and even Japan! The meeting aimed provide delegates with the opportunity to forge new collaborations and give young scientists an opportunity to present Read more about Young Embryologist Network Annual Meeting 2015[…]