Keystone Symposia: Small Regulatory RNAs

Organizers: V. Narry Kim, Gregory J. Hannon and Lin He

This conference brings together scientists studying diverse animal and plant model organisms, which will offer an opportunity to understand the mechanism and function of small RNAs in an evolutionary and physiological context. The symposium will also bridge the gaps between fundamental knowledge, clinical needs and technical development by addressing issues such as small RNA involvement in diseases, in vivo delivery of RNA and technical challenges in RNA detection at single-molecule and single-cell levels. This RNA conference is unique in that it focuses on small regulatory RNAs, yet it is highly diverse in research approaches and biological systems. It will serve as a central forum for the small RNA community.

Short Talks will be chosen from abstracts submitted by the abstract deadline and posters are accepted until six weeks before the symposium start date.

Please visit our website to view the full meeting program including invited speakers and deadlines for scholarship application, abstract submission and registration.