Center for RNA Systems Biology (CRSB) Quarterly Meeting

Stanley Hall, Berkeley, CA, United States March 13, 2015

Come and hear the latest and greatest in RNA Systems Biology, from members of your Center for RNA Systems Biology (CRSB) & Community.

Lunch and early evening social hour beverages provided.

Our agenda will allow some time to interact about where we are at as a scientific field focused on RNA systems biology, our progress, as well as ideas for deepening and sustaining the RNA systems biology field.

Please come on over and be part of the conversation and community!

Jennifer Doudna founds the innovative Genomics Initiative

Founding and current faculty, Dr. Jennifer Dounda heads up the new Innovative Genomics Initiative which includes latest news links about CRISPR/Cas9 tools as well as twitter/blog links on the latest RNA systems biology technologies and topics.

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Jennifer Doudna awarded the Lurie Prize in Biomedical Sciences

Foundation for the NIH to Award Lurie Prize in the Biomedical Sciences to Jennifer Doudna from UC Berkeley.

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Jennifer Doudna Interviewed on NPR’s ‘All things Considered’

NPR science correspondent Joe Palca investigates CRISPR technology in a radio interview with Craig Mello and Jennifer Doudna.

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Leader in Innovation

Jennifer Doudna is a professor of both chemistry and molecular and cell biology at Berkeley, and a founding CRSB faculty member. Her fundamental discoveries about the CRISPR/Cas9 system are leading to new tools for DNA editing that are revolutionizing genomics research. She was recently featured in Catalyst Magazine.

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