Discover Development is an educational website originally conceived to help the students at the University of West Florida in the developmental biology lab by providing sectioned specimens to supplement the in-class embryology. This task is still underway as it requires a surprisingly long time to take the photos, edit the photos, label the photos and post them online. Since the conception of the idea I have come to realize labs at other schools may not have the same focus on embryology; therefore, over the years I hope to add information on signaling pathways, experimental lab protocols, animations to explain difficult concepts and much more! Please CONTACT ME (it's easy) if you have any suggestions!

This website is just a "hobby" of mine, but I hope to release a complete version by the end of graduate school (2017-2018). Currently, I am a graduate student in genetics and development. During my Master's degree at UWF, I had the opportunity to take, TA, and then teach the developmental biology lab under Dr. Charles D'Asaro. These experiences drew me towards the field of developmental biology and here I remain. MORE...



Citing Discover Development: (MLA7) Discover Development. N.p., 01 Aug. 2011. Web. [date accessed here]