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Registration for RNA 2021 On-line - the 26th Annual Meeting of the RNA Society - is now open. RNA 2021 On-line boasts an expanded scientific program and extensive networking and professional development opportunities for participants, including:
$100 USD for Student & Post-doctoral members of the RNA Society
$125 USD for Full RNA Society members
$250 USD for non-members
To renew your RNA Society membership (or to become a new member) and be eligible for the discounted member registration rate – see the RNA Society website here.
New for 2021, the RNA Society has launched an initiative to encourage meeting participation and inclusion of RNA researchers who might not otherwise be able register for RNA 2021 – the RNA 2021 Inclusion Initiative. This program provides complementary registration for RNA Society members who are first-time meeting attendees or who affiliate with a broad group of under-represented RNA researchers. Please see the meeting website under the Registration tab for more information and eligibility criteria for this new initiative. Registered meeting participants can submit abstracts until March 1st, 2021 for consideration for an oral presentation, and April 15th, 2021 for poster presentation.
Gene Yeo (Lead - University of California San Diego, USA)
Katrin Karbstein (Scripps Research Institute, Florida, USA)
V. Narry Kim (Seoul National University, South Korea)
Anna Marie Pyle (Yale University, USA)
Xavier Roca (Nanyang Technological University, Singapore)
Jörg Vogel (University of Würzburg, Germany)
Congratulations to Natalia!
Her grant entitled "New Strategies for Treating Cytokine Storm Caused by SARS CoV-2 and Anti-Viral Drug Design” has been funded by the New Jersey Health Foundation.
Cold Spring Harbor did a blog post about Dan. Go here to view.
We are very proud of you, Dan!
CSH conference on Translational Control: no masks, no social distancing... Oh, life was so easy back then....