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Regulatory Circuits in RNA Biology - Vienna RNA Meeting 2018


17. Oktober 2018 - 19. Oktober 2018
12:00 - 20:00

Vienna Biocenter
IMP Lecture hall
Campus-Vienna-Biocenter 1
1030 Vienna

Technological advances have led to a drastic increase in the number and classes of identified RNA molecules in all kingdoms of life. Several novel classes of RNAs have been identified in recent years that regulate and fine-tune the expression, turnover, and decay of genetic information. Participants of the SFB 43 RNA-REG are studying the complex network underlying these RNA-regulated processes using different model systems. The RNA-REG conference will bring together researchers studying RNA-regulated processes in all areas of biology, providing an overview on novel discoveries and arising challenges.


Invited Speakers:

David Bartel, Cambridge (USA)
Nenad Ban, Zürich (Switzerland)
Benjamin Blencowe, Toronto (Canada)
Elena Conti, Munich (Germany)
Patrick Cramer, Göttingen (Germany)
Ann Ehrenhofer-Murray, Berlin (Germany)
Rupert Fray, Nottingham (UK)
Antonio Giraldez, New Haven (USA)
Mark Helm, Mainz (Germany)
Torben Heick Jensen, Aarhus (Denmark) Samie Jaffrey, New York (USA)
Narry Kim, Seoul (South Korea)
Reinhard Lührmann, Göttingen (Germany)
Ben Luisi, Cambridge (UK)
Marina Rodnina, Göttingen (Germany)
Stewart Shuman, New York (USA)
Yukihide Tomari, Tokyo (Japan)
Juan Valcárcel, Barcelona (Spain)
Eric Westhof, Strasbourg (France)
Mihaela Zavolan, Basel (Switzlerland)