Tess Harris represented the Ciliopathy Alliance at two progress meetings of Studying Ciliary Signalling in Development and Disease (SCilS) – the EU-funded Marie Marie Sklodowska-Curie Innovative Training Network (ITN).
SCilS has gathered European experts, scientific and industrial leaders, and the Ciliopathy Alliance to train a new, pan-European cohort of students to become the next generation of independent cilia researchers. These researchers will not only be equipped with unique specializations and skills, but also with a multidisciplinary understanding of ciliary signalling in health and disease, and with important intersectoral experience. Find out more about SCilS. https://www.scils.eu/