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WELCOME TO THE NEW MEXICO SPATIOTEMPORAL MODELING CENTER (STMC)

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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

NEWS

STAT Journal Club starts fall schedule

Celebrate over 20 years of Signal Transduction and Trafficking (STAT) Journal Club. Fall and Spring semesters, on Wednesdays from 12:30-1:00 PM, CRF 104. Organizer: Dr. Mara Steinkamp

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SEMINARS

Mark your calendars for these events

The fall STMC seminar schedule will kicked off with a presentation by Dr. Tyler Reddy, Los Alamos National Laboratory, entitled “Six Years of Computational Virology.” Faculty Host: Dr. Bridget Wilson; 4:00 PM, CRF-G25

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CONFERENCES

Quantitative Bioimaging

The 2018 Quantitative Bioimaging Conference will be held Jan 4-6 at Georg-August-Universität in Göttingen, Germany. Visit the conference website for more information.

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