Charlotte Bailey was elected BSDB Committee Member – University of Copenhagen

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11 May 2018

Charlotte Bailey was elected BSDB Committee Member

postdoc representation

Charlotte Bailey was elected one of the committee members of the British Society for Developmental Biology (BSDB) to take term in autumn 2018. BSDB is the UK society promoting Developmental Biology.

Charlotte Sophie Louise Bailey – is the elected Postdoc Representative of the British Society for Developmental Biology, BSDB 2018. 

Charlotte is a Marie Curie postdoctoral fellow in the lab of Elke Ober at the Novo Nordisk Center for Stem Cell Biology (DanStem). She is interested in determining the cell behavioural dynamics underpinning liver regeneration in zebrafish.

"I am honoured to have been elected to serve on the BSDB committee as postdoc representative. In this role, I aim to draw on my experiences in event management and public outreach to build on the fantastic work of my predecessor Michelle Ware to support postdoctoral scientists within the BSDB community." 

"One of the strongest attributes of the BSDB is its great sense of community and inclusion. Following Brexit, sustaining a strong feeling of unity within the scientific community will be more important than ever to preserve the UK’s reputation as a welcoming and international environment for research excellence."Charlotte Bailey

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