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The Gordon Research Seminar on Craniofacial Morphogenesis and Tissue Regeneration is an enthusiastic meeting exclusively for graduate students, post-docs, and young career scientists to proudly present their work and exchange new cutting edge ideas. It gives an incredible opportunity for early professionals to have a taste of what to expect from the following Gordon Research Conference, as well as to create a friendly environment to encourage more networking with peer academics. This meeting will aim to interconnect the knowledge of basic science in development and disease with regenerative strategies of the craniofacial complex, filling the gap between the fields. Knowledge exchange and networking will be facilitated by oral and poster presentations chosen from submitted abstracts, which will be focusing on craniofacial evolution and morphogenesis, discovery and regulation of stem cells, protein and gene networks, tissue engineering and mechanisms of disease. The scientific program will feature a final mentorship session with a few junior principal investigators of craniofacial biology and regeneration who will discuss their career paths and share their passion for science to inspire future leaders.