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Functions of Epitranscriptomes

 
  November 09, 2018  
     
 
The University of Chicago, Chicago
06/17/2019


RNA modifications are ubiquitous in biology and present in all classes of cellular RNAs. Recent studies have shown that RNA modifications are critical to the processing and metabolism of different RNA species, and represent a new mode of post-transcriptional gene expression regulation. This conference brings together world’s experts on RNA modification research with an emphasis on biological function and physiological relevance of RNA modifications. Speakers will discuss functional significances of RNA modifications in cell differentiation and development, human diseases such as cancer, neurobiology, metabolism, and other related subjects.
 
 
Organized by: Abcam
Invited Speakers:
  • Pedro Batista (National Cancer Institute Center for Cancer Research, US)
    RNA modifications and cell identity: the importance of forgetting the past to embrace the future
  • Jianjun Chen (City of Hope National Medical Center, US)
    RNA Modification in Cancer: Function, Mechanism and Therapeutic Implication.

    ​RNA modification in cancer: function, mechanism and therapeutic implication
  • Dan Dominissini (Tel Aviv University, Israel)
    Controversies in epitranscriptomics
  • Michaela Frye (Cambridge University/ German Cancer Center, Germany)
    ​The regulatory potential of RNA methylation in translation
  • Peng Jin (Emory University, US)
    Dynamic m6A modification in neurodevelopment and diseases
  • Michael Kharas  (Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, US)
    The biology of RNA methylation in normal and malignant hematopoiesis
  • Arne Klungland (Oslo University, Norway)
    ​Epitranscriptomic regulation of meiosis and the preimplantation embryo
  • Kate Meyer (Duke University, US)
    N6-methyladenosine regulation in the brain
  • Donal O'Carroll  (University of Edinburgh, UK)
    RNA modification and the immortal lineage
  • Tao Pan (The University of Chicago)
  • Yang Shi  (Harvard Medical School, US)
  • Yanhong Shi (City of Hope National Medical Center, US)
    RNA modification in cancer and neurological disorders
  • Hongjun Song (University of Pennsylvania, US)
    Epitranscriptomic regulation in the nervous system
  • Yungui Yang (Chinese Academy of Sciences, China)
  • Chengqi Yi (Peking University, China)
    Mapping the functional mammalian epitranscriptome
  • Crystal Zhao (Sanford Burnham Prebys Medical Discovery Institute, US)
    Functional role of messenger RNA modification in stem cells
 
Deadline for Abstracts: Abstracts may be submitted during online registration
 
Registration:
 Early bird before January 28 Standard before March 14 Late before May 31 
Delegate  $295$395  $495
 Student $235 $335 $435
E-mail: events@abcam.com
 
 
   
 
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