TBC

Monday 16 September 2019, 1.00PM

Speaker(s): Dr Richard Gregory, Harvard Medical School

Dr Gregory's work on the role of RNA regulation in disease has led to seminal discoveries bridging the space from structural biology to whole organism physiology. Many of these discoveries have been published in Cell, Nature, and Science. 
 
His talk will focus on his most recent work on the epitranscriptome. 
For more information about Richard please see:
 
Recent publications include:
Paris J, et al. Targeting the RNA m6A Reader YTHDF2 Selectively Compromises Cancer Stem Cells in Acute Myeloid Leukemia. Cell Stem Cell 2019
 
Pirouz M, et al., Exonuclease requirements for mammalian ribosomal RNA biogenesis and surveillance. Nature Structural Molecular Biology, 2019

Choe J, et al. mRNA circularization by METTL3-eIF3h enhances translation and promotes oncogenesis. Nature 2018

Location: Dianna Bowles Lecture Theatre (B/K018)

Email: dimitris.lagos@york.ac.uk, michael.plevin@york.ac.uk