Computational Cell Biology

Date

March 29, 2011, 8:30 pm – 5:25 pm

Location

Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, NY

Description

The specific goal for this meeting is to foster fruitful and creative dialogs between experimental cell biologists and mathematical - computational modelers with common interests in the regulation of cell physiology. Emphasis will be placed on areas of greatest current interest and importance, such as cell signaling, neuronal cell biology, development, cell growth, division and death, and cytoskeleton dynamics. Sessions will also be devoted to new experimental technologies and software developments.
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