One of the outstanding strengths within the Research Triangle is research on the cytoskeleton – the defining structure of every living cell. The Triangle Cytoskeleton Meeting aims to strengthen communication and collaboration between the Triangle’s institutions.
The one-day event will be held Monday, September 21 and will host talks and poster presentations divided among three sessions:
- Mechanics and Structure of Cytoskeletal Complexes
- Quantitative and Modelling Approaches in Studying the Cytoskeleton
- and the Cytoskeleton in Development and Disease
These sessions, as well as lunch and a happy hour will provide opportunities to interact with fellow researchers throughout the day.
Registrations close on Aug 24th.