Congratulations to the 2019-2020 RNA Scholars Awardees
Neelanjan Mukherjee is one of five University of Colorado biomedical researchers named the newest Boettcher Investigators.
Congratulations to the Spring 2019 RBI Grant Awardees. Grants were awarded for RNA-Seq, Single Cell RNA-Seq, and the Bioinformatics Support Program.
Krysta Engel was awarded a Postdoctoral Fellowship Award through Cure SMA.
Srinivas Ramachandran has been awarded an ACS-Institutional Research Grant through the University of Colorado Cancer Center.
As research on the structure and function of RNAs has rapidly expanded, so too has the number of oligonucleotide drugs in clinical development that regulate RNA. This article describes several examples and suggests where the field is headed.
Read the Fall 2018 RNA Bioscience Newsletter to learn more about the RNA Bioscience Initiative, RNA, and RNA Therapy. You'll also meet the new RBI faculty, and find information about our grant programs, educational programs, and RNA informatics.
Joan Steitz, a titan of RNA Biology and promotion of diversity in science, was awarded one of the Lasker prizes.
Matthew Taliaferro has been awarded a Webb-Waring Biomedical Research Grant from the Boettcher Foundation.
Olivia Rissland has been awarded an R35 grant for Early Stage Investigators through the NIH Institute of General Medical Sciences.
Suja Jagannathan has been awarded a Research Grant through the Friends of FSH Research.
Congratulations to Matthew Taliaferro, PhD and Sujatha Jagannathan, PhD, for being selected as the final applicants for the most recent CU Anschutz grant opportunities.
Beth Jirón Tamburini, PhD recieved the 2018 Outstanding Early Career Scholars designation.
We are excited to announce that Olivia Rissland, Ph.D (@beascientist). will be joining the RBI in Fall 2017. Olivia studies RNA post-transcriptional, decay and mechanisms of translational regulation. Welcome Olivia!
We are excited to announce that Sujatha Jagannathan, Ph.D will be joining the RBI in Fall 2017. Suja uses experimental and computational methods to study RNA surveillance. Welcome Suja!
Applications are invited for Ph.D. training in RNA Biology at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus.
We are excited to announce that Matt Taliaferro, Ph.D will be joining the RBI in Fall 2017. Matt studies the dynamic regulation of RNA localization and its impact on neurological disesases. Welcome Matt!
We are excited to announce that Neel Mukherjee, Ph.D will be joining the RBI in Fall 2017. Neel combines experimental and computational approaches to study RNA regulatory networks. Welcome Neel!
The Colorado RNA Salon is part of a new initiative of The RNA Society.
The RBI purchased a Chromium controller from 10X Genomics for generating single-RNA sequncing libraries. We are running initial samples in February 2017 and users will have access to the capability shortly through the Genomics Core.
The RBI is proud to provide 1 year of support to 4 outstanding graduate students.
The RBI is proud to announce the 2016-2017 RNA seed grant recipients.
Austin Gillen, PhD is joining as an RBI fellow. Austin and fellow Kent Riemondy are leading the charge to help facilitate RNA-seq analysis on the Anschutz campus. Welcome Austin!
The RNA Bioscience Initiative was started with a $20 million dollar award from the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus.
The RNA Biosciences Initiative provides several grants for research, as as well as stipends and travel funds for trainees.