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An interview with Cliff Tabin
School. His lab aims to understand the genetic control of morphogenesis during embryonic development and its change over evolutionary time. We met Cliff at the Pan-American Society for Evolutionary Developmental Biology's second biennial meeting, held in Calgary in August 2017, and heard about how he got into development, how a long-standing interest in the limb has been complemented by ventures into new models and why he thinks we are in a golden age for evo-devo. How are you finding the meeting?doi:10.1242/dev.161638 pmid:29311263 fatcat:ltzvwnw6kzhn5kz5hiyfxb6uta