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06.12.2023

The AIM Center of Biomedical Research Excellence Core Facility Center announces a Hybrid Open House Workshop!


Join us via zoom in the mornings for talks regarding usage of instruments in the AIM Core Facility as well as company representatives who will visit to give insight on additional equipment use and how to better take advantage of these

06.20.2024

This year, the annual NAS meeting will be held 28-30 August. The meeting takes place at Hotel Örk, located about 45 minutes away from Reykjavík – in the picturesque town of Hveragerdi.

As always, the annual NAS meeting offers exciting presentations and discussions on current autophagy research and a great atmosphere for networking and discussions.

12.11.2023

The AIM Center is in the process of forming a Council of International Rising Stars (COIRS) for junior investigator, comprised of promising junior investigators in the scientific areas of Autophagy, Inflammation and Metabolism. The intent is to engage international rising stars in AIM Center activities and provide networking for international talent at the level of Assistant Professor or Junior Group Leader! Please stay tuned for more information!

Please send nominations or self-nominations to vderetic@salud.unm.edu for consideration.

Expression of Interest

At this time, we are accepting an Expression of Interest (EOI) by prospective candidates. The Autophagy Inflammation and Metabolism Center (AIM) is planning to conduct periodic searches for competitive mentored PI (mPI) positions to be supported by the AIM P20 NIH award. 

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06.20.2024
News

This year, the annual NAS meeting will be held 28-30 August. The meeting takes place at Hotel Örk, located about 45 minutes away from Reykjavík – in the picturesque town of Hveragerdi.


As always...

12.11.2023
News

The AIM Center is in the process of forming a Council of International Rising Stars (COIRS) for junior investigator, comprised of promising junior investigators in the scientific areas of Autophagy...

Metabolism Corner

06.11.2024
Metabolism

Our body tends to produce excess FAs to ensure that the FA availability is not limiting. The surplus FAs are actively re-esterified into glycerides, initiating a cycle of breakdown and resynthesis of glycerides. This cycle consumes energy without generating a new product and is commonly referred to...

06.11.2024
Metabolism

Hypoxic responses such as hypoxia-inducible factor pathways, have been implicated in a variety of physiological and pathological conditions. However, how oxidases make contributions to oxygen sensing and response to hypoxia is not fully understood. In this study, the authors showed that pyridoxine 5...

At this time, we are accepting an Expression of Interest (EOI) by prospective candidates. The Autophagy Inflammation and Metabolism Center (AIM) is planning to conduct periodic searches for...