Month: February 2017

2016 SIVB Distinguished Service Award

At the Opening Ceremony of the 2016 World Congress on In Vitro Biology (San Diego, CA), Dr. Eugene Elmore (SIVB Past President) honored the following outgoing Board of Directors members with a Distinguished Service Award: Allan Wenck (Vice President), Mary Welter (Member-at-Large), Elizabeth Roemer (Member-at-Large, not pictured), Barbara Reed (Publications Chair), Nancy Reichert (Public Policy Chair), and David Songstad (Past President).  Barbara Doonan was also honored with a Distinguished Service Award for her work on organizing and implementing the SIVBs participation at the 2016 USA Science and Engineering Festival in Washington, DC.  The recipients of the SIVB Distinguished Service...

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2017 In Vitro Biology Meeting Update

Check out the latest news: Saturday, June 10 – Flow Cytometry Workshop Final Abstract Submission is March 31 Keynote Speaker Anthony Atala Make Your Hotel Reservations Special Events Tuesday, June 13 – Tickets to Tuesday Night at the Museum Wednesday, June 14 – An Afternoon in the Trees Wednesday, June 14 – A Research Triangle Industry Tour ON SATURDAY, JUNE 10 SIVB IS OFFERING A WORKSHOP ON FLOW CYTOMETRY In conjunction with Beckman Coulter, SIVB will be offering a one-day workshop on Flow Cytometry Saturday, June 10. There will be both lecture and hands on opportunities for the attendees....

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Journal Highlight

Nerve-independent and ectopically additional induction of taste buds in organ culture of fetal tongues Taste buds are chemoreceptors that function in the gustatory system. They are localized mainly in the tongue gustatory epithelium in mice. A taste bud is an aggregate of fusiform taste cells and the innervation of gustatory nerves sustains the turn-over of taste cells. The first emergence of a taste bud, however, occurs nerve-independently at embryonic days, and fetal tongues in organ culture (without innervation) never develop taste buds. To challenge this inconsistency, the present study planned to establish a new organ culture method to develop...

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New Members

SIVB Welcomes Its New Members in 2017! Alejandro Alvarez, Midwestern University Brooke Anderson, UC San Diego Elena Arthur Michael R Baldwin Minh-An Dinh Cao Zhongying Chen, Syngenta Seiya Chiba, Tamagawa University Justin Colacino, University of Michigan School of Public Health Lili Cong, The Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation Xin Cui, China Agricultural University Eric Dean, Ohio State University Savannah Del Cid M.Sc. Christopher J Dipollina, Midwestern University Jessica L. Drennan, SunRain Varieties LLC Juan Du, The Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation Sivamani Elumalai, Syngenta Crop Protection Lauren Alexandra Elizabeth Erland, University of Guelph Michelle Fossi, HM Clause; UC Davis Darryl Giambalvo,...

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Member News

The SIVB congratulates Dennis Laska who has retired from Eli Lilly after working for the pharmaceutical company for 30 years.       Changing the Face of the Cannabis Industry The legal status and societal acceptance of marijuana is continually evolving and now supports a multi-billion dollar industry conducting commerce in 26 states.   Along with this shift in public and government attitudes, the cannabis industry is rapidly becoming ‘professionalized’, bringing business discipline and scientific expertise to the agronomic and horticultural aspects of cultivation.  Regulations are also evolving so that there will hopefully be more freedom in the future for...

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    September 11 - September 13
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