Major advances in our understanding of vertebrate development, cell biology, signal transduction, and neurobiology have come from studies in Xenopus, and this model is now at the forefront of efforts in vertebrate systems biology. The International Xenopus Conference has been held biennially since 1984, and is the premier forum for researchers using this model organism for biomedical research. The meeting provides outstanding opportunities for interaction, with over 200 platform talks by students, postdocs, and faculty, poster sessions, and career development programs. This meeting also provides an ideal forum to learn about the latest advances in genomics and new methodologies that are accelerating research with the Xenopus system.
2024: The Allied Genetics Conference (TAGC), incorporating the Xenopus community
March 6–10, 2024
Washington DC Metro Area
2020: The Allied Genetics Conference (TAGC) Online
2018: Seattle, WA
2014: Pacific Grove, CA