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A Canadian Zebrafish and Xenopus workshop will be held at the Cumming School of Medicine, at the University of Calgary prior to the Canadian Developmental Biology meeting. The University of Calgary is directly on Highway 1 leading to Banff and is about 25 minutes from the Airport and 1.5 hours from Banff. The workshop will end in time to get to Banff for the opening of the CDBC.
The workshop will start at 1pm on March 18 and finish with lunch on March 19 in time to travel to the CDB. It will feature short talks picked from the abstract, a community session, and posters. Everyone is encouraged to submit an abstract!
Accommodation is available at the Hampton Inn & Suites Calgary University NW for $129/room (single or double). Room, breakfast, and parking is included in the room rate. Please call the hotel at 403-289-9800 and mention the group code 'CDB' to book the rooms or use this link: http://group.hamptoninn.com/TheCanadianDevelopmentBiologyMeet. The Hampton Inn is a short distance from the University, and we will arrange transport for those without cars to get to the meeting from the hotel.
Registration can be found on the main CDBC registration page at the bottom. Please select either trainee registration ($40) or PI/other ($75). Registration includes dinner, poster session refreshments, lunch, and snacks.
Abstracts: We encourage abstracts from all trainees and will select from the abstracts for talks! Please submit an abstract to the Zebrafish/Xenopus workshop separately from the CDBC abstract. You can submit your abstract at: https://forms.gle/evEnxWniZqiJicss8  Abstracts are due Jan 30 2020.
Shuttle service from the University to the Banff Center for the main meeting can be organized dependent on numbers, please let Leslie McGill (lmcgill@ucalgary.ca) know if you would like this option. The Banff Express can provide buses for groups of ~15 people.
Sponsors: We thank our sponsors, the Alberta Vision Network and Techniplast
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