Congratulations to Dr. Agmon and his collaborators from Stanford for publishing an article in Cell Reports on T cell-mediated curation and restructuring of tumor tissue coordinates an effective immune response. https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2211124723015061
Drs. Michael Blinov and Margaret Johnson (John Hopkins University) organized a subgroup on Biophysical Modeling of the Cell at the American Society of Cell Biology (ASCB) annual meeting CellBio2023. Among the speakers are Elizabeth Read (UCI), Jason Haugh (NCSU) and Graham Johnson (Allen Institute).
CCAM alumni continue to collaborate after graduation. Our recent graduate Ani Chattaraj (PostDoc at Harvard) teaches a Computational Modeling in Biology module for a Molecular Biology Techniques course offered at Saint Elizabeth University by our alumni Sofya Borinskaya (Assistant Professor at SEU).
Congratulations to Dr. Vera-Licona for the invited talk “Network-Based Cell Reprogramming: Tools and Applications” at the inaugural event for the Mexican Biology and Mathematics Network (RedMexBiomate), November 7-10 in Cuernavaca, Mexico.
CCAM has organized two scientific meetings this October: the The 22nd International Conference on Systems Biology (ICSB2023) October 8-12 co-chaired by Pedro Mendes and Ion Moraru, and the “Computational Modeling in Biology” Network (COMBINE) workshop 2023
October 5-8 organized by Michael Blinov and Ion Moraru. Both VCell and COPASI were highlighted at the meetings with tutorials, posters, and multiple models presented that were developed with these tools. CCAM students Milda, Siyu, Rudradeep, and Jinhong helped with organization, working at registration and presenting CCAM at a recruitment table.