Friday, June 23, 2023 | 8:00am-7:30pm
Clapp Auditorium, Lillie Building

You can view recordings of the Symposium here.

The inaugural Bell Center Symposium was held on June 23rd, where we learned about the latest discoveries in areas including regenerative biology and tissue engineering, cell and developmental biology, neuroscience, imaging and more! Featuring a variety of model organisms, including marine and aquatic species. 

The symposium was capped by a Friday Evening Lecture presented by Dr. Jeffrey Hubbell, Eugene Bell Professor in Tissue Engineering and Vice Dean and Co-Director, University of Chicago Immunoengineering Innovation Center.

Planning Committee:
Jennifer Morgan, Bell Center Director, Senior Scientist
Joshua Rosenthal, Bell Center Senior Scientist
Karen Echeverri, Bell Center Associate Scientist
Maria Silva, Bell Center Associate Research Coordinator

For more information: Contact Maria Silva at

Housing: Symposium attendees are responsible for arranging their own housing. NOTE: In June, hotels in Woods Hole and Falmouth fill up fast. Please book your room early! Click here for a list of local accommodations.

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