This winter, I will be teaching two classes that may be of interest to the group.  The first is my regular Evolution of Animal Development class that I do every couple of years – see the “Classes” page.  The other is a new class that will cover transgenic technologies developed for model organisms including Drosophila, mammals, zebrafish, marine invertebrates, plants, fungi, and single-celled eukaryotes.  The emphasis will be on recent advances and on broadly applicable principles and tools that are successful across a wide range of eukaryotic taxa.  Class schedule will be by mutual agreement (Doodle) so sign up early.