RNA Translated 2024 is out in wide release!

The latest issue of RNA Translated, the University of Michigan Center for RNA Biomedicine annual magazine and brief report, has been published and is available in print and to view online now!  

The 2024 issue focuses on our groundbreaking efforts to build a University of Michigan “M-RNA Therapeutics” initiative, led by Michelle Hastings, Ph.D., and Peter Todd, M.D., Ph.D. Professors Hastings and Todd outline the center’s vision to create a fast, efficient, and cost-effective pipeline from a patient’s bedside to the research bench and back to the bedside, and also provide insights into how to bridge the divide between foundational and clinical research.

A collection of stories explores the basics of RNA science, highlights the work of a diverse cross-section of faculty who are shaping the future of RNA research, and offers a few peeks behind the scenes. The last section of the magazine features the main activities of the center for the 2023 calendar year, along with information on how to participate in supporting our mission. 

RNA Translated 2024 Digital

Flip through a digital version of the magazine featuring an interactive table of contents that guides you directly where you want to go, an enhanced search function that allows you to type in a word or phrase for pinpoint targeting in your research, and clickable hyperlinks that take you to additional reference material and supplemental content.

High-quality print copies of RNA Translated 2024 are available upon request, with 92 pages of insightful interviews, brilliant full-color photos, and fascinating facts. Printed on elegant Gloss Text stock and perfect bound for greater durability, this book would be an excellent addition to any library. Request your copy today!*

An initial preview of RNA Translated 2024 launched at the 8th Annual RNA Symposium on March 8 and was very well received. With this expanded release, the magazine is now available to the greater scientific community and wider audiences in general.

Paul Avedisian
Public Relations Specialist
Center for RNA Biomedicine
University of Michigan
734 764-8024

*while supplies last.

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