2016 RNA Innovation Seminars
Please join us at 4 p.m. Thursday, April 21 in Forum Hall, Palmer Commons for the next RNA Innovation Seminars.
This week we will hear from:
Technology at University of Michigan (30min): “Single Molecule Microscopy Reveals the Mechanisms of Non-Coding RNA Nanomachines”
Presented by Nils Walter
Work in Progress: “To Xist or not to Xist: an X-chromosome Inactivation Tale”
Presented by Sundeep Kalantry
Happy Hour at Hopcat (311 Maynard) will follow the seminar.
Did you miss the U-M RNA Center for Biomedicine
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Mission of the Center
The University of Michigan Center for RNA Biomedicine seeks to enrich the university’s intellectual and training environment around RNA biomedicine, promote and develop cross-disciplinary collaborations, and enrich the U-M’s intellectual and training environment around RNA biomedicine. Read more.
The University of Michigan Center for RNA Biomedicine seeks to:
- Promote and develop cross-disciplinary collaborations on RNA across campus.
- Mentor the next generation of RNA biomedical scientists.
- Enrich the U-M’s intellectual and training environment around RNA biomedicine.
- Leverage and promote the strengths of the U-M RNA community, ranging from translational research to single cell and single molecule biophysics, and across RNA mediated diseases such as cancer, neurodegeneration and viral infection.
- Provide a central organizational structure to help recruit and develop common resources, including collaborative research grants and shared equipment, as well as domestic and international researchers.