DevCom International Training Network
Welcome to the DevCom website. DevCom is a European training consortium that aims to bridge the gap of training, knowledge and skills between the disciplines of developmental and computational biology. The DevCom consortium has been established by a group of European research institutes and industrial partners.
The objectives of DevCom:
- State-of-the-art multidisciplinary training in both developmental biology and computational approaches that are essential for integrative quantitative biology.
- Improve the career perspectives of its researchers by having them develop broad and complementary skills, including management, communication, writing, dissemination, intellectual property, and entrepreneurship, and prepare them for leading roles in academia and industry.
- Elucidate embryonic gene regulatory-, and developmental networks associated with disease, by integrating molecular, developmental, statistical and computational approaches, and advancing a systems level understanding of vertebrate embryonic development.
On May 30th 2015 Ines Desanlis and Grant Wheeler (UEA) together with other scientists outside the DevCom network have published a review entiteld "The ADAMTS (A Disintegrin and Metalloproteinase with Thrombospondin motifs) family".
The paper review current knowledge on the ADAMTS (A Disintegrin and Metalloproteinase with Thrombospondin motifs) family. ADAMTS enzymes are secreted, multi-domain matrix-associated zinc metalloendopeptidases that have diverse roles in tissue morphogenesis and patho-physiological remode...
This 2 day course (0.6 ECTS) will lay the foundation for good writing skills, in the important period leading up to journal publication of first articles, or putting together the PhD thesis. The course will look at structuring the document, clarity and precision of language, and proper acknowledgement of other peoples work. As a tangible output the workshop will have participants identify a Wikipedia entry they will write (or improve) which relates to their work.Read more