Computational RNA Biology

A session at Computational RNA Biology

In recent years, there have been important advances in identifying and understanding non-coding RNAs. They are involved in many biological processes and are increasingly seen as important in disease. Computational approaches greatly assist our understanding of how to characterise and understand the biological functions of these molecules.

This meeting will cover all aspects of RNA biology with a focus on computational methods to elucidate structure, function and interactions of non-coding RNAs across different species. We expect to see many new exciting results unveiled through the application of high-throughput sequencing as well as single sequence approaches. This meeting follows on from the successful first conference held in 2014, which was characterised by excellent presentations and vibrant discussions.

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Speakers: Alex Bateman EMBL-EBI UK, Ivo Hofacker University of Vienna Austria, Karissa Sanbonmatsu Los Alamos National Laboratory USA, Mihaela Zavolan University of Basel Switzerland

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Date Mon 17th October 2016

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