As of May 22, 2018, HormoneBase is live, and publicly available via figshare to anyone interested in the evolution of circulating steroid hormones in vertebrates. Check out our new publication in Scientific Data here!
In January 2018, several members of the HormoneBase Consortium (and friends!) presented a series of talks at the Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology. A list of talks in the symposium, entitled “Understanding the Evolution of Endocrine System Variation Through Large-Scale Comparative Analyses” can be found here. We also had an exciting complementary session of talks exploring comparative analyses of hormones, and a several terrific posters in the complementary poster session.
Stay tuned for our special issue in the journal ICB, summarizing the results presented in this symposium!
On January 5, 2018, the HormoneBase Consortium will lead a one-day symposium at the Society of Integrative and Comparative Biology meeting in San Francisco on “Understanding the evolution of endocrine system variation through large-scale comparative analyses.” In addition to the invited speakers in the symposium, additional talks and posters on the evolution of hormones will be presented in companion sessions. Check out the details here!