“Exchange of molecular and cellular information: A hybrid model connecting regulatory interactions with stem cell divisions in the root”
Lisa Van den Broeck, PhD
North Carolina State University
The Center for Engineering MechanoBiology (CEMB) invites you to join us on September 15, 11am EST, for the Future Leaders in Mechanobiology seminar series. This monthly seminar series aims to put a spotlight on early-stage, up-and-coming leaders in mechanobiology. The talk, titled “Exchange of molecular and cellular information: A hybrid model connecting regulatory interactions with stem cell divisions in the root” will be given by Lisa Van den Broeck, PhD, postdoctoral fellow at North Carolina State University.
REGISTER HERE to receive access to the Zoom link for Lisa Van den Broeck’s talk on September 15.
About the CEMB and Future Leaders in Mechanobiology series: The Center for Engineering MechanoBiology (CEMB) is a multi-institutional Science and Technology Center funded by the NSF to advance the study of mechanical forces in molecules, cells, and tissues in plants and animals. We aim to train the next generation of scientists, engineers, researchers, and leaders to become life-long learners and to look across disciplines to understand and control force in living systems.
Future Leaders in Mechanobiology is a monthly seminar series featuring the strongest and most diverse PhD students and postdocs in mechanobiology. By providing an international stage to share one’s work and opportunities to interact with researchers at all career stages, we aim to create an inclusive and valuable series for early-stage researchers and the mechanobiology community as a whole. Future Leaders in Mechanobiology will meet via Zoom the second Wednesday of the month, at 11am ET (8am PT, 10am CT), and all are welcome to attend.