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RNA Biology Lecture Series


The aim of these lectures is to provide a comprehensive educational offering in the field of RNA Biology for MSc and PhD students. The NCCR RNA & Disease offers the unique chance to have lectures taught by leading experts in the field from five Swiss research institutions covering a wide range of aspects of RNA biology.

The lectures take place in the autumn semester and will alternate between the two institutions.

Lecture Series I: Transcription & Processing & Translation

Autumn Semester 2017: University of Bern

Thursday, 14:45-16:30, ETH Hönggerberg, HPL J34

Thursday, 16:15-18:00, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, EG16(external link)

Course Catalogue University of Bern(external link)

DateLecturerTopic
21.09.2017Stefanie JonasTranscription & RNP assembly
28.09.2017David GatfieldRhythmic transcriptome and proteome
05.10.2017 & 12.10.2017Frédéric AllainSplicing, alternative splicing & RNA editing
19.10.2017Marc RueppMinor introns & RNA 3'-end formation
26.10.2017 & 02.11.2017Nenad BanThe ribosome structure & translation
09.11.2017 & 16.11.2017Ulrike KutayRNP biogenesis & nuclear export
23.11.2017 & 30.11.2017Norbert PolacekRibozymes & translation regulation
07.12.2017Oliver MühlemannmRNA turnover
14.12.2017Michael Hall Signal Transduction & RNA
21.12.2017Oliver MühlemannNonsense-mediated mRNA decay


The information provided here is not binding and subject to change.

Lecture Series II: Non-coding RNAs: Biology & Therapeutics

Autumn Semester 2017: ETH Zurich

Thursday, 14:45-16:30, ETH Hönggerberg, HCI D8(external link)

Course Catalogue ETH Zurich(external link)

DateLecturerTopic
21.09.2017Helge GrosshansMicro RNA biogenesis & function
28.09.2017Mihaela ZavolanMicro RNAs: computational approaches
05.10.2017 & 12.10.2017Markus StoffelMicro RNA function in metabolism
19.10.2017Marc BühlerSmall RNAs in eukaryotic genome regulation
26.10.2017Rory JohnsonLong noncoding RNAs in cancer
02.11.2017 & 09.11.2017Jonathan HallNucleic acid-based drugs
16.11.2017Ramesh PillaipiRNA biogenesis & function
23.11.2017 & 30.11.2017Mariusz NowackiEpigenetic programming of genome remodelling in ciliates
07.12.2017Joachim LingnerTelomerase and telomeres
14.12.2016 & 21.12.2016André SchneiderMitochondrial tRNA import


The information provided here is not binding and subject to change.


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