The 11th International Conference
on Ribosome Synthesis

1 – 5 August 2018 | Orford Canada

Ribosome synthesis is a complex process that requires the coordinated activities of many basic cellular functions. This complexity is reflected in the number of topics covered by this conference including RNA polymerase I transcription, rDNA chromatin structure, rRNA modification and maturation, ribosome assembly and mature structure formation, quality control, nuclear export, integration with cell division and metabolism, connection with diseases, and extra-ribosomal nucleolar functions.

With such exciting breadth, this Conference provides a unique platform for interaction of scientists from diverse fields to discuss recent developments.

 

To celebrate RNA Day and to share our passion for RNA with the entire international RNA community, we and the RNA Society have jointly arranged that the opening Keynote Lecture by Dr. Ed Hurt will be shared live with the international RNA community!

Ribosome Synthesis Opening Keynote Lecture
Insights into the mechanism of eukaryotic ribosome biogenesis
Ed Hurt, University of Heidelberg, Heidelberg
August 1st, 2018, 8:00 pm (Eastern Standard Time)

You will be able to join the live talk as a guest, through the following link: https://riboclubsherbrooke.adobeconnect.com/ed_hurt/

The system may ask you to install Adobe Connect plugin the first time you try to connect with your computer. To maximize the ability of RNA researchers to experience this lecture, we ask you to please join the live feed together with other colleagues at your institution.

The 11th International Conference on Ribosome Synthesis

1 – 5 August 2018 | Orford Canada

Ribosome synthesis is a complex process that requires the coordinated activities of many basic cellular functions. This complexity is reflected in the number of topics covered by this conference including RNA polymerase I transcription, rDNA chromatin structure, rRNA modification and maturation, ribosome assembly and mature structure formation, quality control, nuclear export, integration with cell division and metabolism, connection with diseases, and extra-ribosomal nucleolar functions.
With such exciting breadth, this Conference provides a unique platform for interaction of scientists from diverse fields to discuss recent developments.