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Gordon Research Conferences : Mechanisms of Cell Signalling

July 31 - August 5, 2011 Bates College Lewiston, ME, USA

March 14, 2011

Our understanding of cell signaling has benefited enormously from recent advances in biosensor design and related imaging, genomic and proteomic approaches, as well as chemical biology, structural biology and animal models. From these studies, an increasing appreciation is evolving of the interconnectedness of cellular signaling cascades necessary for the fine spatiotemporal control of biological events.

This conference will highlight important concepts, techniques, and model systems for understanding signal transduction cascades with special emphasis on in vivo biological processes and human diseases controlled by the interplay of heterotrimeric G proteins and GTPases related to Ras and Rho.

Preliminary Program :

A list of preliminary session topics and speakers is displayed below (discussion leaders are noted in italics). The detailed program is currently being developed by the Conference Chair and will be available by March 31, 2011. Please check back for updates.

  • Keynote Lecture : Phosphorylation Networks (Tony Pawson)
  • Signaling and Cancer
  • Cell Polarity
  • Migration and Biosensors
  • Engineering Principals of Signaling Cascades I and II
  • Organismal Biology
  • Neuronal Development
  • Trafficking and Post-Translational Modifications
  • Structural Biology of Signaling Nodes

Applications for this meeting must be submitted by July 3, 2011.

- More information on the conference website