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Friday, October 23 – Saturday, October 24, 2020
Gather Town Online Conference Center
Registration starts August 28, 2020
Early registration and abstract deadline September 25, 2020
Registration closes October 24, 2020
Professor Rachel Green
Johns Hopkins University
Dr. Rachel Green is a Howard Hughes Investigator and the Bloomberg Distinguished Professor of Biology at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, MD. Dr. Green received her B.S. in Chemistry at the University of Michigan in 1986. She performed her thesis work in biochemistry in 1993 in the laboratory of Jack Szostak at Harvard University where she focused on structural and functional analysis of catalytic RNAs and the implications of such molecules for the earliest evolution of life. As a postdoctoral fellow in UC Santa Cruz, she began her work on the ribosome with Harry Noller exploring the diverse functions of rRNA and tRNA in translation. In 1998, she began as an assistant professor in the Department of Molecular Biology and Genetics at The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and was promoted to full professor in 2007. Since 2000, her work has been supported by Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI). Her laboratory focuses on diverse aspects of translation and its regulation in bacteria, yeast and higher eukaryotic systems - with a recent focus on defining the molecular mechanisms that specify the high fidelity of protein synthesis during translation.
The registration fee is $25 for all RRM 2020 participants (faculty, postdoctoral fellows, graduate students and undergraduate students) until the registration deadline of September 25, 2020. The fee will be raised to $35 after September 25, 2020 until October 25, 2020.
Please note: as part of our scholarship program, underrepresented minority students and postdocs who attend the RRM 2020 will receive scholarships to cover the registration cost sponsored by NSF and the RNA Society.
- Andrea Berman, University of Pittsburgh
- Joel McManus, Carnegie Mellon University
2020 Co-Vice Chairs
- Laurie Read, University at Buffalo Medical School
- Kotaro Nakanishi, The Ohio State University