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The Mitochondrial Special Interest Group will be meeting next on Friday, March 13 from 3:30 - 5:00 pm in NatSci II, Rm 2201.
Dr. Chris Kenney and Dr. Pinar Coskun will be presenting on "mtDNA."
Visiting Scholar/Researcher Program in Systems Biology
The University of California, Irvine has a current Visiting Scholars/Researchers Program in Systems Biology. The program is supported by funding from an NIH-NIGMS P50 National Center for Systems Biology grant focused on how biological systems in model organisms process spatial information during development, intracellular signaling, and cell proliferation. Other efforts within the Center include the development of computational and optical tools needed for measuring and modeling spatially dynamic systems. In addition, research and training in systems biology at UCI is fostered by several interdisciplinary research units and Ph.D. training programs in Bioinformatics, and Mathematical and Computational Biology.
Several Fellowships will be awarded for up to $2,500 for travel expenses; $2,500/month for room and board; and $2,000 for lab supplies and materials per attendee. The term of awarded Fellowships typically may run two weeks to two months.
National Short Course in Systems Biology of Morpogenesis & Spatial Dynamics
Advanced Correlation Techniques Group
Modeling Interest Group (MIG)
Translational Systems Biology Interest Group
Fluorescence & Optical Imaging Technologies for Scientific Research
California State Summer School for Mathematics and Science (COSMOS)
- Advances in methods/technologies/instrumentation - primarily MS techniques.
- Strategies for small molecule quantification and biomarker identification.
- Data processing pipelines and software for manipulation of large omic datasets.
- Basic training for open access instruments in the UCI Mass Spectrometry Core Facility.