Jena RNA Club

Host-derived extracellular vesicles and fungal RNA interference regulation in filamentous fungi

Alexander Bruch, Rahman Kelani

RNA Biology of Fungal Infections, Leibniz-HKI

Date and time


Lecture hall Koch & Pasteur, Leibniz-HKI and hybrid

Research into RNA comes in many fashions, from biochemical and molecular biological analyses to computational and chemical approaches. We strongly believe that bringing these different approaches together in a common community can only strengthen our ability to investigate this important macromolecule. The Jena RNA Club is a community-focused research series where each meeting highlights the work from one local lab (featuring both a senior researcher/PI and a more junior member of the team). The focus is on accessibility, discussion, and collaboration, rather than perfectly polished stories. If you are interested in learning more about RNA in any form, we hope you will join us and strengthen our community. The Jena RNA Club meets most months on the third or fourth Friday of the month at 12:30-13:30.