National Institutes of Health Drosophila Interest Group

Drosophila Interest Group

drawing of drosophilaThe Drosophila Interest Group was formed to promote interaction among scientists interested in all aspects of Drosophila research; scientists working on other organisms who have an interest in Drosophila are also welcome. The interest group is open to all members of the NIH community and to scientists from local universities and research institutes. Members of participating research groups discuss their recent work at monthly meetings, held on the third Tuesday of each month (except August) at 1:15 p.m. in Building 6B, Room 4B429 on the NIH campus.  The group moderator is Jim Kennison.

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