Other Upcoming Events

January 9-11, 2014

You are cordially invited to attend and participate in a winter meeting January 9, 10 & 11, 2014 in Albuquerque, New Mexico co-sponsored by the NM Spatiotemporal Modeling Center, NM Cancer Nanotech Training Center and Sandia National Laboratories.

"Understanding Cell Behavior through Single Cell and Single Molecule Biology" is a conference in two parts.

Day one will be dedicated to a Symposium on Single Cell/Single Molecule Biology, with invited talks and contributed posters featuring these topics:

Days 2 and 3 will be organized as an interactive Conference on Quantitative Bioimaging, in which tutorials to introduce key problems in Single Molecule Biology and image analysis will be followed by intense discussion and poster sessions.

Participants may register for the Symposium, the Conference or for both events. The event is free, although registration is requested and attendance will be capped at 190 participants (Symposium) and 150 participants (Conference). All participants are encouraged to submit poster abstracts aligned with one of the subject areas.

Registration site: http://stmc.health.unm.edu/understanding-cell-behavior-through-single-cell-and-single-molecule-biology/index.html

May 09-10, 2013

New Mexico Consortium Workshop

The New Mexico Consortium will hold a workshop on Thursday May 9th and Friday May 10th to launch NMC's biology initiative. This initiative pursues collaborative research opportunities for NMC/LANL/University collaborations Biology. Our plant biology initiative focuses on biofuels and food security. Food security includes ecology and the effects of climate change on the food supply.

NMC works closely with UNM's Center for Bio-Medical Engineering (CBME) and the New Mexico SpatioTemporal Modeling Center. Our biomedical research agenda aligns with these centers and focuses instrumentation and diagnostics, bio-materials, computation and modeling and systems biology.

NMC's core capability is the the ability to analyze genomic, phenomic, transcriptomic, proteomic and metabolomic information to form a complete picture of the cell functions of plants and humans. This capability forms the foundation of both our plant biology and our biomedical initiative.

The workshop schedule and registration form are available on our website. There is no registration fee; however, we would appreciate if you would register. One of the purposes of this event is to better understand the NM research communities interest in the NMC.

All NM University and LANL researchers and potential industry partners interested in working with the NMC to pursue collaborative research in these areas are invited to attend this workshop. Please feel free to forward this workshop invitation to anyone you think may be interested. Greenhouse Dinner Thursday Night

I would also like to invite you to our Greenhouse Dinner on Thursday night. This once in a lifetime opportunity to dine in a research greenhouse will also feature speakers Richard Larson, Beth Sellers and Dick Sayre.

A prompt RSVP to greenhouseevent@newmexicoconsortium.org will ensure we have enough beer for all attendees.

Where it is

The workshop is at the Los Alamos Research Park in Los Alamos, the dinner Thursday evening is at the Biology Laboratory which is about 5 miles away. Directions and maps and transportation information are available on our website.