We've got a great line up this week including one of the coolest findings of the year. The email is below the fold:
The next meeting of the New England RNA Club will take place Thursday, March 20th, a week from tomorrow. We will have beverages starting at 5:30PM and talks from 6:00-7:30PM in the Cannon Room of Building C at Harvard Medical School. Food and beverages will be served after the talks. Our speakers will be:
- Graham Ruby, Bartel Lab, Whitehead (MIT)
The mirtron biogenesis pathway.
- Amanada Young, Sharp Lab, Whitehead (MIT)
Targeted deletion reveals essential and overlapping functions of the miR-17~92 family of miRNA clusters.
- Srinivas Viswanathan, Daley & Gregory Labs, HMS
Selective Blockade of MicroRNA Processing by Lin-28.
We will send out a flyer of the meeting by Friday.
This meeting is sponsored by MERCK and The Department of Cell Biology HMS. If you are driving in and need parking, please let us know before Monday so that we can make accommodations.
Also, we are soliciting speakers for future meetings which we are planning to have every month. If you are a postdoc or grad student and would like to present you work in a 20 min talk, please let us know and we will add you to the roster.
For more information, including maps and directions for parking, visit our website:
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Also feel free to forward this email to anyone who may be interested.
We hope to see you March 20th,