The conference will be held both in person and online this year. In-person attendees will have access to the virtual platform. The prices below do no reflect fees charged by Indiana University Office of Conference and Event Registration who manages the registration system. 

In-person RegistrationOnline-only Registration
Principal Investigator$250$125

Indiana University Office of Conference and Event Registration Services is handling registration for the Midwest Drosophila Conference. 


Registration deadline is October 17, 2022  for in-person or October 20, 2022 for virtual attendees.

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Drosophila research at IU Department of Biology

Wolbachia pipientis bacteria (green) visualized using FISH probe EUB338 within multiple germaria of Drosophila melanogaster. Note the localization to the developing oocyte in early stages of oogenesis. Nuclear DNA is stained in blue. Photo courtesy of Irene Garcia Newton lab
Jason Tennessen and lab members find fly growth mimics cancer cells, creating new tool in fight against disease. The discovery of the cancer-related molecule L-2HG in the fruit fly species Drosophila melanogaster could shed light on how the compound functions in healthy cells. Photo by Thomas Wydra