21 - 25 July 2014 | Universität Regensburg | Graduate Research Academy RNA Biology
The biology of ribonucleoprotein particles (RNPs) is an important and quickly expanding area of current life science research. A large variety of techniques are already available and innovative novel methods are currently developed to analyze the role of these complexes in various cellular processes. Especially for young and less experienced researchers in this field it is often difficult to keep an overview and to identify and select the optimal combination of analytical tools required to solve their various questions.
Therefore, the practical course aims to provide the participants with a solid knowledge and overview about state-of-the-art methods and innovative new approaches and insights into RNP biology research. In addition to the scientific excellence of the invited speakers the proposed practical course builds on a strong local expertise since all of the presented techniques are actively used by at least one research team within the Collaborative Research Center SFB960 Ribosome formation: principles of RNP biogenesis and control of their function. A second main objective is to use the practical course as an interactive platform to initiate possible future interactions between the participating young researchers, invited and local senior scientists and with students of the local graduate research academy RNA Biology.
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Graduate Research Academy
Room: E 4.1.323
Tuesday 9.00-11.30 a.m.
Thursday 9.00-11.30 a.m.