This meeting will now take place 9-10 October 2022. It will take place as a hybrid event with an in-person audience at the Crick alongside online attendees.
Thanks to everyone who has submitted abstracts, registered to attend, and offered to support the meeting - we look forward to seeing everyone in October.
The meeting will showcase state-of-the-art developmental biology across the lifecourse. The multidisciplinary programme will highlight the latest innovations in live imaging of developing systems, organoid approaches to unravel developmental mechanisms, and the mathematical modelling of morphogenesis and organ homeostasis. Featuring 17 internationally-renowned plenary speakers, alongside short and flash talks selected from the submitted abstracts of early career researchers.
Together with two poster sessions, this will give attendees ample opportunities to present their work and to interact with scientists working across a variety of developmental systems.
Abstract submission is now closed -thank you to everyone who has submitted abstracts. Abstract selection for short talks and flash talks will be done by the end of August.
Thanks to the generous support of the Genetics Society we will be able to offer three Carer's awards of £120 each to enable people with carer's responsibilities to attend the meeting. Please go to the Genetics Society website for details. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in applying. Applicants should be Genetics Society members.
Crick-Beddington symposia honour the memory of Rosa Beddington FRS (1956-2001), a leading UK embryologist.
The first Crick-Beddington symposium was held on 4-5 February 2019 and attracted more than 200 delegates from across the globe.
Programme - timings are in BST
University of Copenhagen
MRC LMB Cambridge
Max Planck Institute for Molecular Genetics
Vision Institute, Paris, France Inserm
MPI CBG, University of Dresden
University of Göttingen
MRC London Institute of Medical Sciences
University of Sydney