Warm wishes! We would like to draw your attention to a new society being launched this year to promote science for tissue regeneration, the International Society for Regenerative Biology (ISRB). Its core mission is to provide new opportunities for interactions, discoveries, and recognition for scientists at all stages who are interested in regenerative biology.
The formal launch will be at a virtual meeting from 2pm to 5pm UK time this April 8 and 9. This concise meeting will serve as a membership launch and chance to see great talks on regeneration. Fees to join are low.
Please take a moment and look at the website, isrbio.org, which links to the April meeting website( https://sites.google.com/view/isrb-2021/home ). We also describe the ISRB in an Editorial published in Development (https://dev.biologists.org/content/148/3/dev199474?etoc). I hope many of you will consider joining the ISRB and encourage your trainees to join and participate.
It would be fantastic to see you and your lab members there in April!
Ken Poss, Duke University
Elly Tanaka, Research Institute of Molecular Pathology, Vienna
Sabine Eming, University of Cologne
Henry Roehl, University of Sheffield