Naples meeting: REGISTRATION & POSTER SUBMISSION STILL OPEN!

Our 2022 Meeting in Naples is still open for registration and the submission of poster abstracts. Registration occurs from this page https://www.evodevonapoli.eu/registration/ and abstract submission from https://www.evodevonapoli.eu/abstract/. We are looking forward to meeting you all in Naples!

 

2022 Meeting Naples: early bird deadline and abstract submission approaching

Our 2022 Meeting in Naples is open for abstract submission and registration. Registration occurs from this page https://www.evodevonapoli.eu/registration/ and abstract submission from https://www.evodevonapoli.eu/abstract/. We are looking forward to meeting you all in Naples!

 

Webinar Armin Moczek, November 30th 2021

It is our pleasure to invite you to the following webinar organized by the Euro Evo Devo society and the organizers of our Napoli 2021 meeting:

Tuesday November 30th, 16:00-17:00 PM CET

“On the origins of novelty and diversity in development and evolution: insights through the study of horned beetles”

Prof Armin Moczek

Department of Biology, Indiana University Bloomington, USA

 

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Webinar Marie-Anne Felix, November 3rd 2021

It is our pleasure to invite you to the following webinar organized by the Euro Evo Devo society and the organizers of our Napoli 2021 meeting.

Wednesday November 3rd, 16:00-17:00 PM CET

“Biases in the evolution of the nematode vulva”

Dr Marie-Anne Felix

Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, France

 

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Webinar Veronica Hinman, September 30th 2021

It is our pleasure to invite you to the following webinar organized by the Euro Evo Devo society and the organizers of our Napoli 2021 meeting.

Thursday September 30th, 4:00-5:00 PM CET

“Gene Regulatory Network Evolution: Lessons from Comparative Echinoderm Development”

Veronica Hinman

Carnegie Mellon University

 

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New dates Naples meeting May 31 – June 3, 2022

With utmost regret we have to inform you that we again need to postpone our Naples meeting, to May 31 – June 3, 2022. The local organizing team and the members of the executive committee are closely observing the dynamically changing Covid-19 situation, including a rise of infections with variants of concern in several countries, and governments that will try to decrease infections with additional travel restrictions, quarantine regulations and border closures.

One of the reasons to postpone the meeting is that, most likely, not all of you interested in joining the meeting will have full vaccination cover with vaccines approved in Europe, especially not at the time of conference registration for the previously planned October date. Others may not be allowed to enter their country of residency when travelling back from the meeting without a period of quarantine, or risk that restrictions tighten during their stay in Naples.

Even though we would very much have liked to meet you all in Naples in October this year in person, we feel that it is unfair to those with heavy travel restrictions to adhere to our schedule. We have to accept that the vaccination campaigns haven’t delivered us the stability we need for the meeting just yet. Moreover, as the pandemic situation is very dynamic, unforeseen travel restrictions in the fall are quite likely. For now, we are optimistic that the vaccination campaigns remain successful to allow safe traveling for most of you again in May 2022.

Except for the date, not much has changed since the first announcement: the meeting will be held at the historic cruise ship terminal, the Stazione Marittima in the wonderful city of Naples, Italy. We already would like to thank the local organizing team whose members are incredibly agile and most likely cover a much higher workload and pressure than anticipated. We also want to thank all speakers and participants in our webinars for their engagement in our Society.

 

With all best wishes,

Annette Becker, on behalf of the executive committee of the European Society for Evolutionary Developmental Biology

Webinar Lydia Gramzow, July 8th 2021

It is our pleasure to invite you to the following webinar organized by the Euro Evo Devo society and the organizers of our Napoli 2021 meeting.

Thursday July 8th, 10:00-11:00 AM CET

“Dynamic evolution of a microRNA regulating class B floral homeotic genes”

Dr Lydia Gramzow
Friedrich Schiller University Jena, Germany

 

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Webinar Matthew Harris, June 11th 2021

It is our pleasure to invite you to the following webinar organized by the Euro Evo Devo society and the organizers of our Napoli 2021 meeting.

Friday June 11th, 16:00-17:00 PM CET

“These fins were made for walking: exposing developmental potential for limb development latent within fins”

Dr Matthew Harris
Orthopedic Surgery Research, Boston Children’s Hospital, US

 

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Webinar Anna Di Gregorio and Roberta Pennati, May 12th 2021

It is our pleasure to invite you to the following webinar organized by the Euro Evo Devo society and the organizers of our Napoli 2021 meeting.

Wednesday May 12th, 16:00-17:00 PM CET

“When Tunicates dreamed of EvoDevo”

Anna Di Gregorio – New York University, Molecular Pathobiology, USA

Roberta Pennati – University of Milan, Department of Environmental

 

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Webinar Prof John Bowman, April 12th 2021

It is our pleasure to invite you to the following webinar organized by the Euro Evo Devo society and the organizers of our Napoli 2021 meeting.

Monday April 12th, 10:00-11:00 AM CET

“Why all eukaryotes have homeodomain genes: a view from land plants”

Prof John Bowman

School of Biological Sciences, Monash University, Melbourne, Australia

 

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