In This Issue…
|Lifetime Achievement Award Recipient
The Society for In Vitro Biology has presented the Lifetime Achievement Award to Dr. Eugene Elmore at our 2016 World Congress on In Vitro Biology. Gene has been an active and contributing member of the TCA/SIVB since 1984. During that time, he has been a significant contributor to the scientific programs, teaching/course programs and development of the society. He has served a SIVB President (2014-2016), President Elect, Program Chair (1997), Chair-cellular toxicology committee and frequent member of the annual meeting program committee. He is a Society Fellow and recipient of numerous service awards. He is also the past president of the SIVB.……>
If your interest turns to agriculture in this the time of harvest in the Midwest you can’t help watching the large scale of American agriculture on the move when green and red equipment fills our collective food baskets on a global scale.…..>
|Young Scientist Award
Dr. Joshua Gasiorowski was awarded the Society for In Vitro Biology’s Young Scientist Award at the 2016 World Congress on In Vitro Biology Meeting in San Diego, CA.……>
Check out this new feature from the editors of the SIVB’s Journals. This issue’s submission is from David Duncan.
I really enjoyed attending the Society for In Vitro Biology’s World Congress last year. My PI was a speaker at the conference and invited me to accompany him because he felt it would be a great opportunity to present my research.
Check out the latest news from our members: Dr. David Stanley, Dr. Joel Greenberger and Dr. Kolla Kristjansdottir, plus updates on assay development for high-throughput screening and lead discovery.