Zone 1: Australia, East and South Asia Committee (Webinar will be the first week of every month)
Zone 2: Europe, West Asia, Africa Committee (Webinar will be the second week of every month)
Zone 3: The Americas Committee (Webinar will be the third week of every month)
Please consider presenting your research in our series. To apply to give a webinar please fill in this form:
Please join us for two exciting ISRB webinars for the month of December. The Zone 1 talk featuring A/Prof Louise Cheng will occur December 6 at 2pm Beijing time/5pm Melbourne time. The Zone 2 talk featuring Marian Ros, PhD, and Sumru Bayin, PhD will occur December 6 at 4pm Central European time.
Louise's talk is titled "Studying interorgan communication in a Drosophila model of cancer cachexia".
Join Zone 1 Zoom Webinar:
Join Zone 2 Zoom Webinar:
Meeting ID: 871 5044 7218
How we run our webinar series:
The ISRB Webinars Series features speakers at all career stages from all over the world. Each webinar focuses on a different aspect of regenerative biology and is held over Zoom with a live audience. We will be holding webinars frequently and will be alternating between different time zones. You should pay close attention to the time, because this may change.
There will be time after each talk for questions. The speakers have agreed to monitor the ISRB slack channel for 48 hours after their talk to answer questions that you might have. For those who are unable to join live, we will post a link to the recording of the webinar also on slack. The recording will be available for 48 hours.If you still need to join the ISRB slack, click on the invitation link below. Once you have joined the ISRB Slack, search for the webinar channel (#isrb_webinars) and join it.
Subscribe to the webinars calendar here:
On a Mac:
Open Calendar then File then New Calendar Subscription then paste the URL below:
Join us virtually for a double ISRB Webinar on November 14 from 10am to 1pm East Coast Time with talks by two distinguished regenerative biologists: Dr. Helen Blau, Professor of Microbiology and Immunology of Stanford University; and Dr. Phil Newmark, Investigator, Morgridge Institute for Research. Dr. Blau's talk is titled "Regenerating and rejuvenating aged tissues by targeting a gerozyme". Dr. Newmark's talk is titled "Germ cell development and regeneration in planarians".
Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 825 1050 4435
This event will be followed by a short business meeting of the ISRB during which the executive board will be on hand to discuss the running of the society, to hear your suggestions and to answer your questions. Please spread the word!