RNA Biology

RNA, once thought of as a simple go-between from DNA to protein, is now recognized as one of biology’s most versatile molecules. As a clearer picture emerges of which RNAs are most relevant to cancer development, it will be possible to use RNAs as potential diagnostic and therapeutic targets. One promising area is the development of short pieces of synthetic RNA as cancer treatments. We invite you to explore our RNA biology research and to meet some of our principal investigators conducting research in this area.