Latest research from Professor Kim Dale and collaborators has uncovered further knowledge into the developmental segmentation process which may also impact on our understanding of diseases such as cancer. This research was published this week in EMBO Reports.
Cell and Developmental Biology
Professor Kate Storey has been awarded the Waddington Medal by the British Society for Developmental Biology.
The Waddington Medal is the only national award in Developmental Biology. It honours outstanding research performance as well as services to the subject community. The medal is awarded annually at the BSDB Spring Meeting, where the recipient presents the Waddington Medal Lecture.
Professor Storey is Head of the Division of Cell & Developmental Biology and Chair of Neural Development in the School of Life Sciences at Dundee.
The Division of Cell and Developmental Biology, within the School of Life Sciences at the University of Dundee, is pleased to announce an exciting opportunity for a Principal Investigator to join us and expand our world-class cell and developmental biology research and education programmes.
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