Confirmed Speakers

Developing Xenopus embryo. Images taken by Patrick McMillen, Allen Discovery Center at Tufts University.

 
 

Emily Bates, University of Colorado

Wendy Beane, Western Michigan University

Laura Borodinsky, University of California Davis

Cynthia Bradham, Boston University

Maya Emmons-Bell, University of California Berkeley

Matthew Harris, Harvard University

Xi Huang, University of Toronto

Michael Levin, Tufts University

Kelly McLaughlin, Tufts University

Harry McNamara, Harvard University

Nestor Oviedo, University of California Merced

Vaibhav Pai, Allen Discovery Center at Tufts University

David Smith, Boston Children’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School

Min Zhao, University of California Davis

 
Neurulating Xenopus embryo injected with photoconvertible construct EoSFP (green). A patch on the left half of the embryo's head was exposed to 400nM wavelength to photoconvert the construct from green to red and track the photoconverted red cells through embryonic development. Image taken by  Vaibhav Pai ,  Allen Discovery Center at Tufts University .

Neurulating Xenopus embryo injected with photoconvertible construct EoSFP (green). A patch on the left half of the embryo's head was exposed to 400nM wavelength to photoconvert the construct from green to red and track the photoconverted red cells through embryonic development. Image taken by Vaibhav Pai, Allen Discovery Center at Tufts University.