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The Australia and New Zealand Society for Cell and Developmental Biology exists to advance research and education in cell and developmental biology through the provision of a dynamic framework for collaboration and support. One of Australia's oldest Scientific Societies, the ANZSCDB works proudly to support Australian and New Zealand research in cell and developmental biology across the board - senior and early career researchers, and students.

Representing members in the broader context, the ANZSCDB is a member of the Australian Academy of Science; the National Committee for Cell and Developmental Biology; Science & Technology Australia (STA); the International Federation for Cell Biology (IFCB); and the International Society of Developmental Biologists (ISDB).


ANZSCDB COMBIO Annual Dinner

Tickets are now available for the Annual ANZSCDB COMBIO Dinner!
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Date: 
Tuesday 30th September 2014
Time:  7.30pm
Venue: The Chairman and Yip
108 Bunda St, Civic, 
Canberra, ACT
Cost: $75.00 (Members and Guests) / $60.00 (Student-Members)


Membership

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Members are encouraged to participate fully in the Society's educational and professional development programs. Our Annual Meeting is ComBio where the prestigious President's Medal and Young Investigator awards are announced. ANZSCDB also has a lively program of sponsored Chapter seminars and Workshops in our two countries. Check out the ANZSCDB Facebook page and ANZSCDB Twitter feed for up to date information.

We welcome members within Australasia and beyond. With prominent members of the Australian and New Zealand research community, and long-standing and estalished links with researchers in Europe, North America and Asia, our members enjoy enhanced career prospects and collaborations and collaborative visits between members internationally. See the Grants page for details of travel sponsorship.

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Combio 2014

ComBio 2014

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2011 winners of the annual Images of the ANZSCDB competition