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Date: Wed Apr 3 12:38:35 2019
Subject: 19.05.08 CELL MODELING WORKSHOP: Pittsburgh, PA, USA
Dates: May 8 - May 10, 2019
Application deadline: April 8, 2019
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Limited travel assistance to attend the workshops is available.

The Cell Modeling workshop will cover theory and practice for the design
and simulation of cell models focused on diffusion-reaction systems such 
as neurotransmission, signaling cascades, and other forms of biochemical 
networks. During the workshop, participants will learn how to use the 
tools developed by MMBioS to create, run, and analyze models of cellular 
microphysiology and apply them to their own research questions. 
In particular, the workshop will focus on: 
1) The latest version of the MCell simulation environment, including new 
Monte Carlo methods for 3-D simulation of reactions in solution and 
on arbitrarily shaped biological surfaces. 
2) Novel tools to construct and simulate rule-based models using 
the BioNetGen software
3) The CellOrganizer system for creating image-derived models of 
cell shape and intracellular organization that can be used to compare 
cell populations and as the basis for cell simulations and 
4) The newest version of CellBlender, our MCell model creation and 
visualization framework.
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