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posted 08.24.2018 ○ Event
The 2019 AIM Center Symposium on Autophagy & Annual Meeting

Join us at the annual AIM Center Symposium on Friday, February 22, 2019 for a day of plenary talks and workshops by leading autophagy scientists from around the world.

The symposia, hosted by Drs. Vojo Deretic (AIM Center Director), Leon Murphy (Casma Therapeutics, USA), and Li Yu (Tsinghua University, China), will take place in the Domenici Center Auditorium at the Health Sciences Center, University of New Mexico. This event will follow the 2019 Keystone autophagy meeting in Santa Fe. To register (free) for the AIM satellite symposium, click here, otherwise, click below for the full list of speakers and additional information!

Dr. Prossnitz and Dr. Arterburn
posted 01.14.2019 ○ News
Promising drug research by The AIM Center's Associate Director, Dr. Eric Prossnitz, and Internal Advisory Board member, Dr. Jeffrey Arterburn.

The AIM Center's Associate Director Dr. Eric Prossnitz and Internal Advisory Board member, Dr. Jeffrey Arterburn recently spoke with UNM-HSC media about their exciting drug discovery. Check out the article below!

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posted 10.08.2018 ○ Research
MITF-MIR211 axis is a novel autophagy amplifier system during cellular stress

"We introduce for the first time a specific role for MITF in autophagy control that involves upregulation of MIR211. We show that, under stress conditions including starvation and MTOR inhibition, a MITF-MIR211 axis constitutes a novel feed-forward loop that controls autophagic activity in cells"

Read more from the AIM Center's International Council Affiliate member, Dr. Devrim Gozuacik and his group!


12.11.2018 ○ News

Dr. Meilian Liu, former AIM mPI and now a member of The AIM Center executive committee, featured on television station KOB4 for her work on fat tissue and metabolism

10.04.2018 ○ Autophagy Seminars

"Our studies conducted in late 1990s reported on the phosphatidylinositol 3-phosphate (PI3P) mechanism of the Mycobacterium tuberculosis (Mtb) phagosome maturation block. At that time we wondered whether there was any naturally occurring cellular process that could be used to advance Mtb phagosomal maturation..." continue reading.

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