3rd FRANCO-JAPANESE

Developmental Biology meeting

Human Frontier Science Program and the French and Japanese societies for Developmental Biology (SFBD & JSDB) are pleased to announce that registration is now open for the 2022 meeting : “New Frontiers in Developmental Biology – Celebrating the Diversity of Life”, which will be held under the Haut patronage of the Consulat Général du Japon, on November 7-10, 2022 in Strasbourg France.

This 3rd Franco-Japanese meeting aims to bring together researchers studying developmental processes in both animals and plants, provide a forum for discussing recent discoveries and promote the development of new model systems. An attractive range of topics will be covered, including :

Robustness & Plasticity
of identities and developmental processes

Cellular ontogeny
evolution, transitions & trajectories

Single cell analyses
cellular heterogeneity, gene regulatory networks

Epigenetics processes
underlying cellular identities

Tissue & organism homeostasis
ageing, senescence and regeneration

Dynamic processes
imaging advances & new models

Developmental processes
modelled in a dish: Stem cells, blastuloids and organoids

Building an organism
patterning & scaling during embryogenesis and organogenesis

Ensuring the next generation
meiosis, mitosis & germ cells

This international conference aims to foster interactions between young researchers and global leaders and to highlight young researchers. A Franco-Japanese committee with experiences ranging from the end of the PhD to young PIs is involved in crafting the programme, starting with invited speakers line up, which includes several junior PIs. In addition, many opportunities for oral presentations selected on abstracts (36 selected talks plus many Poster flash talks) as well as two poster sessions will be offered. We particularly encourage students, post-doctoral fellows, staff members, and junior faculty using plant and animal models to present their work. The meeting is currently scheduled as a full in-person meeting.

Furthermore, our ambition is to involve the participation of the general public to this meeting, thus planned it as a double event : a range of outreach actions have been scheduled around the meeting to involve the lay public (see the Outreach page). We welcome volunteers, and students in particular, to participate in the planned school workshops and encourage you to attend the outreach conferences, exhibits and Art&Science show.

SPEAKERS

Keynotes speakers

Christine Cheung
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Christine Cheung

NTU | Singapore

Michalis Averof
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Michalis Averof

IGFL | France

Penney Gilbert
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Penney Gilbert

University of Toronto | Canada

Yoshiko Takahashi
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Yoshiko Takahashi

Kyoto University | Japan

Invited speakers

Aiko Sada
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Aiko Sada

Kumamoto University | Japan

Alex Schier
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Alex Schier

University Basel | Switzerland

Fengzhu Xiong
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Fengzhu Xiong

University of Cambridge | UK

Hironobu Fujiwara
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Hironobu Fujiwara

Riken BDR | Japan

Igor Adameyko
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Igor Adameyko

Karolinska Institute | Sweden

Jerome Gros
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Jerome Gros

Institut Pasteur | France

Marie Anne Felix
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Marie Anne Felix

IBENS | France

Marie-Hélène Verlhac
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Marie-Hélène Verlhac

CIRB | France

Mounia Lagha
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Mounia Lagha

IGMM | France

Olivier Pertz
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Olivier Pertz

University of Bern | Switzerland

Rafael Carazo Salas
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Rafael Carazo Salas

University of Bristol | UK

Satoru Okuda
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Satoru Okuda

Kanazawa University | Japan

Siobhan Brady
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Siobhan Brady

University of California | USA

Vanessa Barone
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Vanessa Barone

UC San Diego | USA

Yoshikatsu Sato
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Yoshikatsu Sato

Nagoya University | Japan

Current and past HFSP awardees

PROGRAM

Nov 7th-10th 2022

7th November 2022

 

Morning: outreach activities in local schools from Strasbourg: ateliers pour des classes des cycles 1 à 4 (In collaboration with Maison pour la Science Alsace and Jardin des Sciences)

During the whole length of the meeting: Exhibition “Art & Science”- Students from the HEAR Art School

 

15h

Conférence grand public – Chris Bowler (avec le Jardin des Sciences)

 

Scientific conference :

13h00-13h10

Welcome address by Mr the Consul General of Japan Takeshi Akamatsu

13h10-13h15

Foreword by Delphine Duprez, President of the SFBD

13h15-13h20

Foreword by Hiroyuki Takeda, President of the JSDB

13h20-13h25

Foreword by Pavel Kabat, HFSP Secretary General

13h30-13h40

General welcome & announcements

13h40-13h45

Introduction of keynote

13h45- 14h35

Keynote speaker : Michalis Averof

Session 1 : Single cell analyses: heterogeneity, epigenetics status and GRNs

14h35-14h40

Session Chair introduction of the field

14h40-15h05

Alex Schier

15h05-15h20

Selected Abstract 1 (SA1)

15h20-15h25

Flash Talk sponsors 1 (FTS 1)

15h25- 15h40

SA2

Coffee Break 30 min

16H20-16h45

Siobhan Brady

16h45-17h00

SA3

17h00-17h15

SA4

17h15-17h30

SA5

17h30-17h45

Outreach Activities presentation

17h45-18h00

Poster Flash Talks (4×3 min)

18h00-20h00

Poster session 1 + Warm up mixer/aperitif

17h45-18h00

Poster Flash Talks (4×3 min)

18h00-20h00

Poster session 1 (2h) + Warm up mixer/aperitif

8th November 2022

 

9h00-9h05

Introduction of keynote

 

9h05- 9h55

HSFP Keynote speaker : Penny Gilbert

 

Session 2 : Regeneration & stem cells, aging, senescence

9h55-10h00

Session Chair introduction of the field

10h00-10h25

Hironobu Fujiwara

10h25-10h30

FTS 2

Coffee Break 30 min

11h00-11h15

SA6

11h15-11h30

SA7

11h30-11h45

SA8

11h45-12h00

HFSP lecture: Aiko SADA

12h00-13H30

Lunch

13h30-14h30

Rond table: Joint Franco-Japanese funding & successful collaborations

Session 3 : Ontogeny, evolution, trajectories & transition states of cellular identities

14h30-14h35

Session Chair introduction of the field

14h35-15h00

EMBO YIP lecture: Igor Adameyko

15h00-15h15

SA9

15h15-15h30

SA10

15h30-15h35

FTS3

15h35-15h50

SA11

15h50-16h15

HFSP lecture: Oliver Pertz

Coffee Break 30 min

16h45-17h15

Guntram Bauer

17h15-17h40

SFBD Thesis Prize Lecture

17h40-18h00

Poster Flash Talks (5×3 min)

18h00-20h00

Poster session 2 (Bretzel & beers)

17h30-17h50

Poster Flash Talks (5×3 min)

17h50-20h00

Poster session 2 (2h)

9th November 2022

 

Session 4: Dynamical processes, imaging advances and new models in developmental biology

9h-9h05

Session Chair introduction of the field

9h05-9h30

EMBO YIP lecture: Mounia Lagha

9h30-9h45

SA12

9h45-10h00

SA13

10h00-10h05

FTS4

10h05-10h20

SA14

Coffee Break

11h00-11h25

Yoshikatsu Sato

11h25-11h40

SA15

11h40-11h55

SA16

11h55-12h10

SA17

12h10-12h40

Flash talks focus on New Model Organisms (5x5min)

12h40-14h00

Lunch

14h00-14h05

Introduction of keynote

14h05-14h55

HSFP Keynote speaker : Christine Cheung

Session 5: Developmental processes modelled in a dish : Stem cells, blastuloids and organoids

14h55- 15h00

Session Chair introduction of the field

15h00- 15h25

Satoru Okuda

15h25-15h40

SA18

Coffee Break

16h10-16h25

SA19

16h25-16h40

SA20

16h40-16h55

SA21

16h55-17h00

FTS5

17h00-17h25

HFSP lecture: Carazo Salas Rafael

17h25-17h35

Announcement Best short talk and Best posters prizes

17h35-18h35

AG SFBD

Outreach and Social Activities: Video Mapping on Developmental Biology themes,
followed by Gala dinner

10th November 2022

 

9h00-9h05

Introduction of keynote

 

9h05- 9h55

Keynote speaker : Yoshiko Takahashi

 

Session 6: Embryogenesis, patterning, scaling and organogenesis

9h55-10h00

Session Chair introduction of the field

10h00-10h25

EMBO YIP lecture: Jérome Gros

10h25-10h40

SA22

Coffee Break

11h10-11h25

SA23

11h25-11h40

SA24

11h40-11h55

SA25

11h55-12h10

HFSP lecture: Vanessa Barone

12h10-13h45

Lunch

Session 7: Robustness and plasticity of cells and developmental processes

13h45-13h50

Session Chair introduction of the field

13h50-14h15

Marie-Anne Felix

14h15-14h30

SA26

14h30-14h45

SA27

14h45-15h00

SA28

15h00-15h25

Fengzhu Xiong

Coffee Break

Session 8: Meiosis, mitosis & germ cells

16h00-16h05

Session Chair introduction of the field

16h05-16h30

Marie-Hélène Verlhac

16h30-16h45

SA29

16h45-17h00

SA30

17h00-17h15

SA31

17h15

Concluding Remarks

18h00

Conférence grand public – Shigeru Kuratani (Maison Universitaire France-Japon / Jardin des Sciences)

OUTREACH ACTIVITIES & LAY PUBLIC REGISTRATION

FRENCH

Cette rencontre scientifique franco-japonaise ” Nouvelles Frontières en Biologie du Développement – Célébrer la Diversité de la Vie ” est prévue comme un double événement, pour intégrer activement cette rencontre dans notre société. Nous proposerons donc en parallèle une série d’actions de sensibilisation « Strasbourg dans la lumière de la Biologie » afin d’accroître la prise de conscience et la participation des citoyens au monde de la recherche. En effet, la Biologie du Développement est au cœur de notre quotidien, des fleurs que nous cultivons, aux graines set fruits que nous mangeons, des petits de nos animaux de compagnie aux échographies de nos bébés en gestation et nos enfants grandissant sous nos yeux, et peut avoir de multiples applications, en médecine de la fertilité ou bien pour comprendre les maladies d’origine développementales.

Cliquez sur chaque action pour plus d’information:

10 citoyen.nes différent.es chaque demi-journée pourront venir assister gratuitement aux conférences scientifiques et aux sessions de présentations sur affiches. Cette action permettra de démystifier ce qu’est un congrès scientifique et montrer comment se partage le savoir au niveau international. Elle permettra en outre des nombreuses possibilités d’interactions entre citoyen.nes et scientifiques de tous pays, et d’ouvrir une fenêtre inhabituelle sur le métier de chercheur.se. Enfin, elle permettra aux citoyen.nes de voir comment la science se construit de façon rigoureuse et comment elle est questionnée par les pairs. Cette action bénéficie du soutien de HFSP. Les citoyen.nes qui souhaitent assister à une session d’une demi-journée (si les conditions sanitaires le permettent) peuvent s’inscrire gratuitement ici.

Veuillez noter que :
– C’est le principe du « premier arrivé, premier servi » ; un total de 10 créneaux par demi-journée sera offert
– L’inscription est possible pour une seule demi-journée par personne pour toute la durée de la réunion
– Les conférences se dérouleront en anglais
– Les participant.es doivent adhérer au code de conduite de SDB.
– Il est interdit de filmer ou de prendre des photos des conférences ou des posters.
– Les participant.es sont tenus d’arriver avant la première conférence de chaque session et de ne pas quitter les lieux pendant les conférences avant la pause suivante.
– Les participant.es sont tenus de ne pas perturber les conférences
– Les participant.es non scientifiques sont invités à approcher les orateurs/trices pendant les pauses et à leur poser des questions, mais doivent laisser la session de questions-réponses après chaque conférence pour les questions techniques des participant.es scientifiques.

Des chercheurs internationaux volontaires et participant au congrès présenteront leurs travaux sur affiche à de petits groupes de lycéens au début des sessions posters du congrès. Ainsi, les lycéens expérimenteront comment se partage les dernières connaissances, et via de multiples interactions lycéens-chercheurs, la découverte du métier de chercheur, et la pratique de l’anglais. Cette action est organisée en partenariat avec la Maison pour la Science Alsace et l’IGBMC.
Les participants au congrès se portant volontaires pour présenter leur poster (une fois) en 5 min en terme accessibles à des lycéens peuvent s’inscrire ici, ou l’indiquer sur le formulaire lors de la soumission de leur abstract.

 

Deux conférences grand public seront proposées, présentées par un chercheur français et un chercheur japonais de renom, et qui matérialiseront l’inauguration et le point d’orgue du congrès scientifique. Elles seront organisées en collaboration avec la Maison Universitaire France Japon et le Jardin des Sciences, et soutenues par la SFBD.
7 Novembre, 15h (en français) : Chris Bowler (en lien avec la mission «Tara Oceans», une expédition au cœur de la biodiversité des océans). Consulter également le calendrier du JdS.
10 Novembre, 18h, Salle Pasteur du Palais universitaire (en anglais ): conférencier pressenti Shigeru Kuratani, un spécialiste mondial des recherches sur les innovations morphologiques au cours de l’évolution. Consulter également le calendrier de la MUFJ.

 

Ces ateliers ont été créés par des chercheurs.es de la SFBD avec l’aide du Jardin des Sciences (JdS) et seront déployés dans des classes de primaire, collège et lycées de la région. Ces ateliers visent à mieux comprendre la démarche scientifique, sa rigueur et sa temporalité, accroître les connaissances en biologie, intriguer, découvrir le métier de chercheur.se. De nombreux partenaires sont impliqués, de la réalisation et financement à la mise en œuvre de ces ateliers : SFBD, JdS, Maison pour la Science Alsace, IGBMC.
Nous encourageons les chercheur.ses participant au congrès à se porter volontaires pour aller animer ces ateliers de médiation, en s’inscrivant ici.

 

Suite à une journée de présentation des thèmes et modèles de chercheurs en Biologie du Développement de la SFBD organisée par Maëva Luxey, un partenariat entre la Société Française de Biologie du Développement (la SFBD) et l’atelier de Didactique visuelle de la HEAR, dont le thème est cette année « jeux de papier », a permis la création d’ouvrages imprimés didactiques sur les sujets présentés, à destination de différents publics non-initiés. Ces livres-œuvres ont été réalisés par les 14 étudiantes et étudiants d’année 3, encadrés par Olivier Poncer et Olivier-Marc Nadel, d’octobre 2021 à janvier 2022. Ces 14 supports de médiation créatifs, élaborés chacun en tandem avec un.e chercheur.se particulier, seront exposés tout au long de notre 3e congrès international franco-japonais « New frontiers in developmental biology : celebrating the diversity of life », dans l’Aula du Palais Universitaire.

 

Pour ce projet proposé par Glenda Comai, notre ambition est d’offrir au grand public un film d’animation scientifique et poétique dédié à l’une des énigmes les plus fascinantes de la biologie : comment un organisme sophistiqué, composé de milliards de cellules assemblées en organes fonctionnels, peut émerger à partir d’une cellule unique, le zygote ? Ce film « pop » rendra compte de la richesse des couleurs, des formes et des processus dynamiques liées à notre domaine de recherche afin de sensibiliser un large public. Ces formes feront écho à celles de « la cité ». La similitude du champ lexical entre urbanisme et biologie nous intéresse particulièrement (tissu urbain, noyau d’une ville, etc.). Julien Ribot, plasticien/musicien ayant participé à des projets de video-mapping de portée internationale, utilisera comme matériel pour sa création des images obtenues par les scientifiques japonais, français et européens participant au congrès.
Pour des exemples des réalisations de Julien Ribot, veuillez cliquer ici, ici, ici ou encore .

 

ENGLISH

This French-Japanese scientific meeting “New Frontiers in Developmental Biology – Celebrating the Diversity of Life” is planned as two events, to actively integrate this meeting into our society. We will therefore propose in parallel a series of public engagement actions altogether entitled “Strasbourg in the light of Biology” in order to increase the participation and awareness of citizens to research. Indeed, Developmental Biology is at the heart of our daily life, from the flowers we grow, to the seeds and fruits we eat, from the litters of our pets to our babies viewed by ultrasound in gestation to our children growing up under our eyes. This branch of science can have multiple applications, in fertility medicine or to understand diseases of developmental origin.

Please click on each action for details:

10 different (non-scientists) citizens will be able to attend the scientific conferences and poster sessions each half day for free. This action will demystify what a scientific congress is and show how knowledge is shared at the international level. It will also provide many opportunities for interaction between citizens and scientists from around the world, and open an unusual window on the research profession. Finally, it will allow lay people to see how science is built in a rigorous way and how it is questioned by peers. This action is supported by HFSP. Citizens who wish to attend a half-day session (sanitary situation permitting) can register for free here.

Please note that :
– It is on a first-come, first-served basis; a total of 10 slots per half-day will be offered
– Registration is possible for only one half-day per person for the duration of the meeting
– Conferences will be conducted in English
– Participants must adhere to the SDB code of conduct.
– Filming or taking pictures of the lectures or posters is prohibited.
– Participants are expected to arrive before the first lecture of each session and not to leave the premises during lectures until the next break.
– Participants must not to disrupt the lectures.
– Non-scientific participants are welcome to approach the speakers during the breaks and ask questions, but should leave the question and answer session after each lecture for technical questions from scientific participants.

Volunteer international researchers participating in the congress will present their work on posters to small groups of high school students at the beginning of the congress poster sessions. Thus, the students will experience how the latest knowledge is shared, and, through multiple interactions between students and researchers, the discovery of the researcher’s job, as well as gain some English practice. This action is organized in partnership with the Maison pour la Science Alsace and the IGBMC.
The participants of the congress volunteering to present their poster (once) in 5 minutes in terms accessible to high school students can register here, or indicate it on the form when submitting their abstract.

Two conferences for the general public will be proposed, presented by a French researcher and a renowned Japanese researcher, which will take place at the start and the end of the scientific congress. They will be organized in collaboration with the Maison Universitaire France Japon and the Jardin des Sciences, and supported by the SFBD.
November 7, 3pm (in French): Chris Bowler (in connection with the mission “Tara Oceans“, an expedition to the heart of the biodiversity of the oceans). See also the JdS schedule of events.
November 10, 6pm, Salle Pasteur of the University Palace (in English): Shigeru Kuratani, a world specialist who researches the morphological innovations during evolution. See also the schedule of events of the Maison Universitaire France-Japon.

These workshops have been created by SFBD researchers with the help of the Jardin des Sciences (JdS) and will visit primary, middle and high school classes in the region. These workshops aim to better understand the scientific process, its rigour and workflow, to increase knowledge in biology, to intrigue, and to discover the job of a researcher. Multiple partners are involved, from the realisation and financing to the implementation of these workshops: SFBD, JdS, Maison pour la Science Alsace, IGBMC.
We encourage researchers participating in the congress to volunteer and participate in these workshops, by registering here.

Following a day of presentation of the themes and models of researchers in Developmental Biology of the SFBD organized by Maëva Luxey, a partnership between the French Society of Developmental Biology (SFBD) and the workshop of Visual Didactics of the HEAR, whose theme this year is “paper games”, allowed the creation of didactic printed works on the presented subjects, intended for various non-initiated public. These book works were created by 14 students in year 3, supervised by Olivier Poncer and Olivier-Marc Nadel, from October 2021 to January 2022. These 14 creations, each developed in tandem with a particular researcher, will be exhibited throughout our 3rd international Franco-Japanese conference “New frontiers in developmental biology: celebrating the diversity of life”, in the Aula of the Palais Universitaire.

With this project proposed by Glenda Comai, our ambition is to offer to the general public a scientific and artistic animated film dedicated to one of the most fascinating enigmas of biology: how a sophisticated organism, composed of billions of cells assembled in functional organs, can emerge from a single cell, the zygote? This “pop” film will capture the richness of colours, shapes and dynamic processes related to our field of research in order to educate a wide audience. These forms will echo those of “the city”. The similarity of the lexical field between urbanism and biology interests us particularly (urban fabric, core of a city, etc.). Julien Ribot, a visual artist/musician who has participated in video-mapping projects of international scope, will use images obtained by Japanese, French and European scientists participating in the congress as material for his creation.
For examples of Julien Ribot’s work, please click here, here, here or here.

REGISTRATION

May 1st, 2022 Registration and abstract submission open
July 15th, 2022 Early registration and abstract submission deadline
September 15th, 2022 Abstract Acceptance Notification
October 15th, 2022 Late gala dinner registration deadline

Abstract

If you plan to submit an abstract (single paragraph with 2000 characters space included max), the abstract submission site will be open from May 1st to July 15th, 2022. Please refer to the Abstract submission page.

Code of Conduct

All participants are expected to abide by the SDB Code of Conduct. Participants shall not film or take pictures of the talks and posters.

Early registration (until July 15th, 2022)

Member

290 €

STUDENT/POSTDOCS

SFBD/JSDB member

Non member

350 €

STUDENT/POSTDOCS

SFBD/JSDB non member

Member

350 €

ACADEMIC

SFBD/JSDB member

Non member

410 €

ACADEMIC

SFBD/JSDB non member

Industry

450 €

INDUSTRY

Industry

Late registration (until Nov. 7th, 2022)

Member

340 €

STUDENT/POSTDOCS

SFBD/JSDB member

Non member

390 €

STUDENT/POSTDOCS

SFBD/JSDB non member

Member

390 €

ACADEMIC

SFBD/JSDB member

Non member

450 €

ACADEMIC

SFBD/JSDB non member

Industry

500 €

INDUSTRY

Industry

Registration is on a first come, first served basis and space is limited. Your place will only be confirmed only after payment of the registration fee.

Registration includes

 

  • Access to all oral presentations
  • Coffee breaks
  • Lunches
  • Access to all meeting poster sessions and exhibits
  • Meeting material

 

Accommodation

Accommodation is not included in the registration fee. We have negociated a preferential price for participants to the meeting in near by hotels. More info

Child care

Participants who need to organize child care should contact us at sfbd.2022.jsdb@gmail.com. We will provide you with available local options.

Refund policy

30 days before the date of the congress, no change or cancellation will be accepted in the registration. Any cancellation made before this date will have a 50% management fee.

All cancellations must be sent to the Secretariat in writing at sfbd.2022.jsdb@gmail.com .The refund of cancelled services will be made 30 days after the end of the congress.

ABSTRACT & POSTER GUIDELINES

SUBMISSION DEADLINE: July 15th, 2022

The link for abstract submission is automatically sent by email upon completion of the registration. Please make sure to check your spam if you have not received the email acknowledging your registration

Abstract guidelines

Abstracts should contain fewer than 2000 characters, excluding title, authors and affiliations

Abstracts received before the due date will be considered for oral presentations and/or poster presentations. If your abstract is accepted for a talk, it will be included in an abstract booklet that will be distributed to all conference participants.

Abstract Selection criteria

Applicants will be selected for talks based on the quality of their abstract, taking into account the relevance of the topic, the frontier character of their work and exciting recent results. We encourage participants to present unpublished results. Additionally, a fair gender balance will be considered and significant regional bias will be avoided.

The meeting’s Scientific Committee will select the abstracts for oral presentations.

Poster specifications

The poster space will be 90 x 120 cm (width x height), which corresponds to A0 vertical format (or 16 pages in A4 format).

ORGANISERS AND COMMITTEES

LEAD ORGANISERS

Guntram BAUER (HFSP)
Shigeo HAYASHI (JSDB)
Sophie JARRIAULT (SFBD)

FRENCH ORGANISING COMMITTEE

Caroline BLATZ
Glenda COMAI
Delphine DUPREZ
Juliette GODIN

Maëva LUXEY
Andrea PASINI
Anne-Cécile REYMANN

SCIENTIFIC ADVISORY COMMITTEE

Glenda COMAI
Delphine DUPREZ
Juliette GODIN
Shigeo HAYASHI
Sophie JARRIAULT

Almut KELBER
Erina KURANAGA
Patrick LEMAIRE
Maëva LUXEY
Akira NAKAMURA
Barbara PAULY

Andrea PASINI
Anne-Cécile REYMANN
Shahragim TAJBAKHSH
Hiroyuki TAKEDA
Mikiko TANAKA
Naoto UENO

INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE

Victoire CACHOUX (SFBD)
Glenda COMAI (SFBD)
Yoan COUDERT (SFBD)
Edgar HERRERA DELGADO (SFBD)
Leo GUIGNARD (SFBD)
Naoki IRIE (JSDB)

Yuzuru KATO (JSDB)
Keiko NONOMURA (JSDB)
Haruki OCHI (JSDB)
Masayuki OGINUMA (JSDB)
Anne RAMAT (SFBD)
Anne ROSFELTER (SFBD)

Aiko SADA (JSDB)
Yuko SHIMADA-NIWA (JSDB)
Asako SHINDO (JSDB)
Katarzyna SIUDEJA  (SFBD)
Kaoru SUGIMURA (JSDB)
Ana UZQUIANO (SFBD)
Aurélien VILLEDIEU (SFBD)

OUTREACH COMMITTEE

Glenda COMAI
Eglantine HEUDE
Maëva LUXEY
Andrea PASINI
Sophie JARRIAULT

GENERAL ORGANISATION

Innov’events – Marion ZERKOUT

COMMUNICATION

Théo BRISSET

SCIENTIFIC SPONSORS

OUTREACH

Organisers & Partners

Outreach sponsors

VENUE

The SFBD JSDB HFSP 2022 meeting is going to be held at the famous • Palais Universitaire • of Strasbourg. This palace, located in the center of Strasbourg, and more familiarly called "Palais U" is the most majestic building belonging to the University of Strasbourg.

It hosts various formations, such as the Faculty of Arts and Design, the Faculty of Archeology and the Faculty of History. Within the Palais Universitaire, the meeting will be held in its two landmark historical places: the "Salle Pasteur" and the Aula.

Palais Universitaire Strasbourg

9 place de l’Université
67000 Strasbourg

Map

ACCOMMODATIONS

Discover the hotels and journey.

To calculate your journey > Click on the location you wish to reach > “View in Google Maps” > “Journey” > Choose your mode of travel

From the airport

Take the TER (train shuttle) towards Strasbourg Gare, get off at Strasbourg Gare; just outside the station, take the Tramway C towards Neuhof Rodolphe Reuss and get off at the Gallia station.

From the train station

Take the Tramway C towards Neuhof Rodolphe Reuss and get off at the Gallia station.

MEETING GRANTS

The French Society of Developmental Biology (SFBD) will award travel grants to PhD students (in their 2nd year at least) or to young post-doctoral researchers, members of the SFBD, who are willing to present their work (with a poster or an oral presentation) to the SFBD-JSDB-HFSP joint meeting in Strasbourg.
The application is open with an application deadline of 15/07/2022.

How to apply? Applications are made online via the SFBD website https://sfbd.fr/en/actions/travel-grants/

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