The European Cooperation in the Field of Science and Technical research (COST) provides funding for networking to solve scientific and/or societal challenges that can only be overcome by networking. One of its grants involved antisense
Carlo M. Croce is an Italian Medical Doctor and Oncologist noted for research into the genetic mechanisms of cancer. Croce is one of the most highly recognized and awarded Italian researchers in the world, and is currently involved in the study of microRNAs and their role in oncology.
At SMi’s Conference on RNA Therapeutics (London, 5-6 June 2013), a striking talk was delivered by Prof. Nagy Habib of Imperial College London. Habib is a liver
Professor Jeannie T. Lee is an Investigator of the Howard Hughes Medical Institute and Professor of Genetics (and Pathology) at Harvard Medical School and the Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH). She is also the Scientific Founder of RaNA Therapeutics.