RNA Collaborative Seminars – University of Michigan Hosting

Wednesday, May 6, 2020, 4:00-5:00 Eastern Time
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Hosted by the University of Michigan Center for RNA Biomedicine

It’s not the gene, it’s the neighborhood: Effects of large scale chromosomal structure on bacterial transcription
Peter Freddolino, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, Biological Chemistry and Computational Medicine & Bioinformatics
Member of the Center for RNA Biomedicine Executive Committee
University of Michigan


A link between translation quality control and mRNA targeting to stress granules
Stephanie Moon, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Human Genetics
Faculty Scholar of the Center for RNA Biomedicine
University of Michigan



Nils G. Walter, Francis S Collins Collegiate Professor of Chemistry, Biophysics, and Biological Chemistry, Co-Director of the University of Michigan Center for RNA Biomedicine

Recording of the session

The RNA Collaborative seminar series goal is to cross promote RNA research and strengthen and connect the RNA scientific community. These seminars are organized by the RNA Centers of the following institutions: MD Anderson Center for RNA Interference and Non-Coding RNAs; Harvard Medical School Initiative for RNA Medicine; National Cancer Institute; RiboClub Sherbrooke, Québec; The RNA Institute, University At Albany; UMass Medical School, RNA Therapeutics Institute; University of Michigan Center for RNA Biomedicine; University of Rochester Center for RNA Biology; Yale Center for RNA Science and Medicine

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