University of Minnesota Workshop: Modeling Cellular Mechanics in Cancer
The University of Minnesota will be holding a workshop on Modeling Cellular Mechanics in Cancer which will be held in Minneapolis, Minnesota on May 2-4, 2018. Topics to be covered include cell adhesion & migration mechanics, cell growth & proliferation mechanics, and the mechanics of cell signaling.
Each center and project is invited to nominate one individual to attend this workshop. UMN can cover the cost of lodging for two nights and will host a dinner on May 3rd. Other expenses will be the responsibility of the attendee. Please nominate attendees by emailing Bo Connelly, UMN PSOC Manager, at email@example.com your nominee's name, title, and a short description of their research interests.
The Annual Nano-Bio Symposium: Advanced Biomanufacturing
John Hopkins University Institute for NanoBioTechnology & John Hopkins Physical Sciences-Oncology Center will hold a their Annual Nano-Bio Symposium on May 4, 2018 at the Homewood Campus Glass Pavilion. The 2018 theme is Advanced Biomanufacuring and the event will showcase and celebrate the latest discoveries in nanoscience from their multidisciplinary researcher teams. Registration is now open and required for general admissions and poster presentations. Please visit the website to view the program, submit a poster, and register to attend.
Gordon Research Conference on Physical Science of Cancer
The second Gordon Research Conference (GRC) on Physical Science of Cancer will be held in Galveston, TX on February 10-15, 2019. The application deadline to attend the meeting is January 13, 2019. Visit the GRC website for more information and to apply.