By Isabelle Vea
University of Edinburgh/MBL Embryology course student
All 24 of the 2017 Embryology course students came to Woods Hole to learn from the best scientists in the developmental biology field. We were immersed in a unique setting to interact with established and promising investigators. In general, each invited lecturer came and spent a few days to a couple of weeks at the Marine Biological Laboratory. Thorough our interactions with the faculty we quickly learned that it was more than just learning knowledge and techniques. For instance, the course directors carefully planned lunches and dinners with one faculty and two of the students, allowing us to discuss informally about all sorts of topics.
In this post, I would like to share some of the interactions I had with the course faculty that are not related to embryos, yet were extremely meaningful. Read more …
Photo caption: Art and science meet: Poster by Bob Goldstein, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill