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Jul.28, 2019

Natsuki, the first author, won the Outstanding Paper Award in the journal Developmental Biology

Our paper was selected for DB Outstanding Paper Award 2018

The journal Developmental Biology announced that they selected our paper for DB Outstanding Paper Award 2018 (see the journal site ). The first author Natsuki Hemmi will receive the award. She is invited to give a talk in the SDB 78th annual meeting held in Boston this July.
Click here for the contents of Natsuki's invited presentation at the SDB meeting.

Natsuki Hemmi, Yasuko Akiyama-Oda, Koichi Fujimoto, and Hiroki Oda(2018)A quantitative study of the diversity of stripe-forming processes in an arthropod cell-based field undergoing axis formation and growth Developmental Biology 437 (2) :84-104. DOI: 10.1016/j.ydbio.2018.03.001


■Congratulations, Natsuki! Great talk in Boston

Hemmi Natsuki, M.S. (alumnus of our laboratory) was invited to the 78th Annual Meeting of Society for Developmental Biology held in Boston from July 26th to 29th, 2019 and gave a talk about the research that was awarded the DB Outstanding Paper Award 2018 (click here for details:). I felt how much the audience was moving during her talk. I am sure that it had been really hard for her to prepare the presentation while working for a company and was proud that she made a great presentation in English. At the banquet on the last day, the prize award ceremony was held. Many participants talked to her "Congratulations!", “The videos were amazing” , and so on. I also made a poster presentation. I used the full presentation time (from 20:00 to 23:00) to explain our spider study. Although most of the people there were unfamiliar with research using spider embryos, they looked interested in our spider work. It was an awesome night. Even late in the night, there were a lot of participants discussing their work with loud voice. I felt the power of America. (Akiyama)
Click here for the contents of Natsuki's presentation at the SDB meeting in Boston.




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