Very last minute – but if you are near London and don’t have any plans for Wednesday this might be right event for you:
The third international symposium on Cancer, microRNAs and other non-coding RNAs will highlight the function and regulation of non-coding RNAs during oncogenesis. The symposium will cover a wide range of themes, from the basic biology of the RNA silencing machinery to clinical applications of microRNA antagonists, and from the function of small RNAs in transcription to the delineation of functional networks of small RNAs and RNA-binding proteins in development, immunity, and cancer. Overall, the aim is to create an inspiring interactive forum for basic and clinician scientists working on non-coding RNAs and cancer.
The conference starts at 8:00 (Registration), first talk is at 9:30, and last scheduled talk is at 16:45. Event speakers include:
Frank Slack – Yale University, USA
Joshua Mendell – UT Southwestern Medical Center, USA
Javier Caceres – MRC Human Genetics Unit, UK
Andrea Califano – Columbia University, USA
Eric Miska – Gurdon Institute, UK
Susanna Obad – Santaris Pharma, Denmark
Judy Lieberman – Harvard University, USA
Martin Bushell – University of Leicester, UK
Darwin Lecture Theatre, University College London, London, UK
Thanks go to
@drgautammehta for pointing this out!
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