Foundational RNA Biosciences: From Discovery to Function
Friday, March 29, 2019 8:30am – 4:00pm
University of Michigan, Biomedical Research Science Building, 109 Zina Pitcher
Featuring Keynote speakers:
Rachel Green, PhD, Johns Hopkins University
Howard Chang, PhD, Stanford University
Alice Telesnitsky, PhD, University of Michigan
Kristen Lynch, PhD, University of Pennsylvania
David Bartel, PhD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
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|Agenda - Friday, March 29, 2019|
|8:30am||-||8:40am||Welcome & Introductions:||Roger Cone, PhD
Vice Provost and Director, U-M Biosciences Initiative
|8:40am||-||9:25am|| Keynote 1: ||Rachel Green, PhD
Johns Hopkins University
"High resolution ribosome profiling reveals mechanisms of translation elongation regulation"
|9:25am||-||10:10am||Keynote 2:||Howard Chang, PhD
"Genome regulation by long noncoding RNAs"
|10:30am||-||11:15am||Keynote 3: ||Alice Telesnitsky, PhD
University of Michigano
"HIV-1 RNA fate determination: the ends as a means"
|11:15am||-||12:15pm||Poster Session||with Speakers, Faculty and Students (or on your own Click here for nearby lunch options)|
|12:15pm||-||1:15pm||Box Lunch||with Speakers, Faculty and Students (or on your own Click here for nearby lunch options)|
|1:15pm||-||1:25pm||Welcome back & Introductions:|| S. Jack Hu, PhD
Vice President for Research, University of Michigan
|1:25pm||-||2:10pm||Keynote 4:||Kristen Lynch, PhD
University of Pennsylviania
"CELF control of RNA Processing in Human T cells"
|2:10pm||-||2:55pm||Keynote 5:||David Bartel, PhD
MIT - Massachusetts Institute of Technology
|3:00pm||-||4:00pm||Coffee & Panel Discussion:||"How to Take RNA from Discovery to Function"
Moderated by: TBA
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