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Cellular and Molecular Genetics Training Program presents:

The RNA Revolution

January 25, 2019
8:30 AM - 5:30 PM
Atkinson Hall, UCSD Campus

Registration is free

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Schedule

Session 1

8:30 AM
Sign-in; light breakfast
9:00 AM
Opening Remarks
9:15 AM
Sue Ackerman
9:45 AM
Hailing Jin
10:15 AM
Ian MacRae
10:45 AM
Break with coffee
11:00 AM
Tracy Johnson
11:30 AM
Nick Conrad
12:00 PM
Student Speaker - Laura Chipman
12:30 PM
Lunch

Session 2

1:30 PM
Colleen McHugh
2:00 PM
Ross Buchan
2:30 PM
Brenda Bass
3:00 PM
Break with coffee
3:15 PM
Student Speaker - Homa Rahnamoun
3:45 PM
Heidi Cook-Andersen
4:15 PM
Keynote Speaker - Frank Slack
5:15 PM
Closing Remarks

Speakers

Frank Slack

Frank Slack

The potential for personalized microRNA therapeutics

Harvard University


Tracy Johnson

Tracy Johnson

Coordinated regulation of RNA processing in response to the metabolic needs of the cell

University of California, Los Angeles


Nick Conrad

Nick Conrad

Host destruction versus viral protection for nuclear herpesviral RNAs

UT Southwestern

 


Hailing Jin

Hailing Jin

Cross-Kingdom RNAi and small RNA trafficking between plants and fungal pathogens

University of California, Riverside


Ross Buchan

Ross Buchan

Novel P-body assembly mechanisms in yeast - a role for RSP28B 3'UTR scaffolding

University of Arizona


Brenda Bass

Brenda Bass

ADARs, Dicer, and the dsRNAome

University of Utah


Susan Ackerman

Susan Ackerman

tRNA, modifier genes, and neurodegeneration

University of California, San Diego


Colleen McHugh

Colleen McHugh

Long non-coding RNA interactions and functions in human cancers

University of California, San Diego 


Heidi Cook-Andersen

Post-transcriptional mechanisms driving the transition from oocyte to embryo in mammals

University of California, San Diego


Ian Macrae

Ian MacRae

Mechanisms of gene regulation by small RNAs

The Scripps Research Institute

 

For a list of former CMG Training Program events, see our past events page.