Welcome to the RNA Society. We’re a non-profit, international scientific society with more than 1000 members dedicated to fostering research and education in the field of RNA science. We host a peer-reviewed scientific journal, RNA, and an annual scientific conference, along with sponsoring other RNA-related scientific conferences through direct financial support and student travel grants. Mostly, we are a community of scientists who are passionate about better understanding the fascinating world of RNA biology.
The RNA Society launched a new initiative this fall to provide financial support for reoccurring local/regional RNA science-based activities – termed RNA Salons. The purpose of this new programming was to promote engagement and interaction among RNA researchers, with a particular focus on enhancing the training of junior scientists.
The RNA Society Scaringe Award is now taking applications! More information can be found here. Don't delay! Deadline: January 1, 2017.
The RNA Society is seeking to fill important volunteer positions. More…
In August, the President and CEO of the RNA Society sent a letter to the Governor of North Carolina explaining that while the University of North Carolina was a highly favored venue for RNA2018, because of the passage of HB2, the Society chose to not go to North Carolina.
Postdoctoral researcher positions are available in the lab of Dr. Yohei Kirino at Computational Medicine Center (CMC)/Department of Biochemistry and … more
Laboratory of Dr. Juana Díez, University Pompeu Fabra, PRBB, Barcelona RNA viruses are a major threat to human health. They … more
The Stasevich lab at Colorado State University, in conjunction with the Parker lab at Univ of Colorado, Boulder, has one … more
The Department of Biology, University of Copenhagen, is recruiting a post doctoral researcher for a 3-year project to work on … more
The Penalva lab in partnership with Smith lab at USC has an open position for a postdoctoral research associate to … moreView All Job Postings