CRSB’s Annual meeting in October, and December Quarterly, included the following exciting presentations and poster titles.

Bo Li, Pachter Lab, PROBer: a general toolkit for analyzing sequencing-based toeprinting assays
James Lloyd, Brenner Lab, Illuminating NMD by polysome fractionation
Dan Santos, Weissman Lab, Synchronous culture reveals translational regulation in budding yeast
Mitchell O’Connell, Doudna Lab, Programmable RNA targeting by CRISPR enzymes
Yeon Lee, Rio Lab, Analysis of the role of RNA chaperone proteins and RNA structure in alternative pre-mRNA splicing decisions
Amy Eisenberg, Brar Lab, Identifying alternate protein isoforms using modified ribosome profiling
Anna Desai, Brenner Lab, Splicing factors form a dense network governed by alternative splicing coupled with nonsense mediated mRNA decay
Courtney French, Brenner Lab, Thousands of targets of nonsense-mediated mRNA decay revealed by transcriptome analysis offer clues to the mechanism in multiple species
Ina Hollerer, Brar Lab, Redefining the meiotic translatome using start site profiling
Jeffrey Hussman, Weissman Lab, Understanding biases in ribosome profiling experiments reveals signatures of translation dynamics in yeast
James Lloyd, Brenner Lab, Illuminating nonsense-mediated mRNA decay by polysome fractionation
Qingqing Wang, Rio Lab, The Junction Usage Model (JUM): A method for thorough differential analysis of global alternative pre-mRNA splicing patterns
Alexandra Seletsky, Doudna Lab, Two Distinct RNase Activities of CRISPR-C2c2 Enable Guide RNA Processing and RNA Detection
Robert Tunney, Lareau Lab, Regression modeling and optimization of translation elongation rates
Marina Volegova, Cate Lab, Cancer-associated mRNAs regulated by the HLH motif in human eIF3a
Jongchan Yeo, Hammond Lab, Imaging Single-Cell Dynamics of Cyclic di-GMP in E. coli
Yichi Su, Hammond Lab, Sensing and synthesizing cyclic dinucleotide analogs with potent immunostimulatory activities in human cells
Alex Padron, Ingolia Lab, Finding RNA neighbors in a crowded space: toward proximity sequencing