News

Sally Horne-Badonovic Awarded the Quantrell Award

05/28/2021

Dr. Sally Horne-Badonovic, Cell and Molecular Biology and Development Regeneration and Stem Cell Biology, was awarded the Quantrell Award for excellence in undergraduate teaching. 

A developmental biologist by training, Horne-Badovinac strives to inspire the same sense of awe she felt when she first learned about the subject, which is the science of how cells divide and differentiate to form tissues, organs and organisms. “I remember it was a mind-opening experience,” she said.

DRSB Mini Grants

04/12/2021

DRSB offers mini-grants to support students who wish to attend scientific meetings (remotely or in-person). Check out the link under resources.

 

https://drsb.uchicago.edu/page/drsb-mini-grants

 

Sonja Lazarevic awarded Ruth L. Kirchstein National Service Award

03/08/2021

Sonja Lazarevic has been awarded the Ruth L. Kirchstein National Service Award. She is a member of Ivan Moskowitz's lab. 

Kate Cavanaugh wins Porter Prize from ASCB

08/08/2020

Kate Cavanaugh has been Awarded the 2020 Porter Prize for Reseach Excellence from the American Society for Cell Biology for her work on junctional shortening during epithelial morphogenesis. Please visit the link below to learn more about this prestigious award. Congratualtions, Kate!

ASCB Porter Prize

BSD specific guidance on COVID-19

03/16/2020

The health, safety and well-being of our BSD community, on and off-campus, is our top priority. We will continue to update the community regularly to keep you informed. Information on BSD-specific resources can be found here. Also please continue to consult the University and University of Chicago Medicine guidance as appropriate.

NICHD renews funding for DBTP T32 for five more years

09/30/2019

The Developmental Biology Training Program T32 was renewed for five more years in April 2019 by the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD). During the past five years, the DBTP supported 13 trainees including 8 women and 4 trainees from groups underrepresented in science. Learn more about the DBTP here.