11th RNA Club Symposium

RNA plays a major role in the control of gene expression across all kingdoms of Life. Thus, it is no surprise that RNA-dependent regulatory processes are at the heart of numerous pathologies, including cancer, neurodegenerative diseases and infectious diseases.

Initially meant as a forum for the local RNA community, the Bordeaux RNA Club Symposium now brings together French, European and international researchers for two days of scientific talks and discussions in the early summer.

This year, the Bordeaux RNA club symposium will be organized jointly with Aptamers in Bordeaux. Please note that you must register separately to each event if you plan to attend both.


In 2019, we are pleased to welcome five invited speakers and a number of additional selected speakers, including Christine Clayton (ZMBH, Heidelberg), Eduardo Eyras (JCSMR - Australian National University), Zoya Ignatova (university of Hamburg), Alessandro Vannini (ICR, Cambridge), et Sarah Woodson (Johns Hopkins university). 

Judy Lieberman (PCMM at Boston Children’s Hospital) will make us the pleasure to join us during the joint session with the Aptamers in Bordeaux symposium!


Look at the video of the 2016 symposium :


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