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The objective of the Colorado RNA Club is to bring together RNA researchers from across the state to share their research, facilitate new collaborations, and create a robust, connected, RNA-focused community. In addition to the ever popular “Evenings with RNA” co-hosted by the RNA Bioscience Initiative, the Colorado RNA Club has recently expanded its events to include an Undergrad Day and an Industry Workshop for graduate students and post-docs.
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Watch the recordings of our Fall 2021 Undergraduate Day Event!
Undergraduate students, post-bacs, and technicians are invited to watch a panel discussion with grad program directors current PhD graduate students from various Colorado institutions to learn about applying to grad school and doing RNA research.
The Colorado RNA Club began in 1986 following the recruitment of Dr. Olke Uhlenbeck to CU Boulder. Originally a “supergroup” meeting of the Cech, Gold, Yarus and Uhlenbeck labs, the “club” expanded over the years as more and more groups in Colorado began to work on RNA. Today, the Colorado RNA Club includes RNA researchers from all four University of Colorado campuses, Colorado State University, Metropolitan State University, and the University of Denver.
Hosted by the Colorado RNA Club in collaboration with the RNA Bioscience Initiative at CU Anschutz. Join us monthly to learn about RNA, eat pizza, and expand your professional network!
Please join us each autumn for this annual event designed to promote understanding about the graduate school admission process in Colorado. Undergraduate students meet with doctoral students and admissions committee members from graduate schools across
our state to learn about various opportunities for advanced study, the types of research being conducted in Colorado, and details regarding application to these programs.
This annual single-day event allows graduate students and postdoctoral fellows to engage with industry representatives to learn about local and national companies, the types of work they do, and how to navigate industry as a career path.
BMG — CU Anschutz
Biochemistry — CU Boulder
Biochemistry & Molecular Biology — CSU
Biochemistry & Chemistry — MSU Denver
Molecular Biology — CU Anschutz
Biochemistry — CU Boulder
Cell & Molecular Biology — CSU
|Amy Campbell||Faculty||Biochemistry and Molecular Genetics|
|Matthew Taliaferro||Faculty||Biochemistry and Molecular Genetics|
|Linda van Dyk||Faculty||Immunology & Microbiology|
|Ankita Arora||Postdoc||Biochemistry and Molecular Genetics|
|Michael Cortázar||Postdoc||Biochemistry and Molecular Genetics|
|Jillian Ramos||Postdoc||Biochemistry and Molecular Genetics|
|Chloe Barrington-Ham||Graduate Student||Molecular Biology|
|Giovana Breda Veronezi||Graduate Student||Molecular Biology|
|Roberto Castro-Gutierrez||Graduate Student||Molecular Biology|
|Thomas Forman||Graduate Student||Molecular Biology|
|Raeann Goering||Graduate Student||Molecular Biology|
|Rachel Jones||Graduate Student||Molecular Biology|
|Divya Kolakada||Graduate Student||Molecular Biology|
|Joelle Lo||Graduate Student||Molecular Biology|
|Nicole Moss||Graduate Student||Cell Biology, Stem Cells and Development|
|Matthew Szucs||Graduate Student||Microbiology|
|Kathryn Walters||Graduate Student||Biochemistry and Molecular Genetics|
|Giulia Corbet||Graduate Student||Biochemistry|
|Erin Richards||Graduate Student||Biochemistry|
|Katy Walsh||Graduate Student||Biochemistry|
|Pablo Maldonado||Graduate Student||Biochemistry and Molecular Biology|
|Frank Lee||Faculty||Center for Genes Environment & Health|
|Emily Anderson||Principal Scientist||Research and Development|