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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

Podcast by STMC Director Wilson

Science Signaling Podcast for November 29, 2016 features an interview with Dr. Wilson on "Pre-B cell receptor signaling in leukemia", which accompanies a new STMC publication by Erasmus et al. Listen to the podcast

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SEMINARS

Mark your calendars for these events

Thursday, February 9: "Systems biology modeling to investigate signaling pathways in cancer", Stacey D. Finley, PhD, Gabilan Assistant Professor, Department of Biomedical Engineering, Department of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science, University of Southern California. 4:00 PM, CRF-G25. Host: Hlavacek

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CONFERENCES

Eleventh Annual q-bio Summer School

The 11th annual q-bio Summer School will be held June 4-20, 2017, at Colorado State University in Fort Collins, Colorado, USA. View the q-bio website for more information

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