WELCOME TO THE NEW MEXICO SPATIOTEMPORAL MODELING CENTER (STMC)
The New Mexico Center for the Spatiotemporal Modeling of Cell Signaling is an interdisciplinary, inter-institutional program with two principal scientific goals: 1) to understand cell membrane spatial organization and dynamics; 2) to determine how the spatial proximity, dynamics, interactions and biochemical modifications of membrane receptors and signaling proteins together determine the outcome of complex, interacting cell signaling networks important in immune system diseases and cancer. View our Research Highlights
STMC Project Mini-Retreats
Project PIs Wilson, Lidke and Wandinger-Ness are holding a series of project-specific planning meetings this summer. STMC trainees and collaborators are encouraged to attend. Watch email for invites.
Mark your calendars for these events
Thursday, August 17: “New Insights in FcR :IgG Interactions in Human and Non- Human Primates”, Dr. Mark Hogarth, Sr. Principal Research Fellow, Burnet Institute; Head Inflammation, Cancer and Infection, Melbourne, Australia. Faculty Host: Bridget Wilson. 4:00 PM, CRF-G25
11th Annual q-bio Summer School and Conference
The q-bio Summer School will be held June 4-20, 2017, at Colorado State University in Fort Collins, Colorado, USA. The 11th Annual q-bio Conference will be held July 25-28, 2017 at Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ. View the q-bio website for more information