The RNA Associated Mechanisms Conference: In Immunity and Disease
Aug. 28–Sept. 1, 2022
Steamboat Springs, CO
August 28-September 1, 2022
The program presents and integrates research advances in the areas of human immunology, cancer biology, and developmental biology related to RNA associated mechanisms. It brings together basic and clinical researchers of these very disparate ﬁelds and encourages new avenues of research through their collaboration. The meeting aims to accelerate the translation of fundamental advances into novel clinical treatments through their interactions.
The conference encourages and supports junior investigators/trainees, women, and minority scientists to continue their pursuit of research in the ﬁeld of RNA biology.
Have questions about the conference? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Conference sessions will present the latest research and foster discussion on:
- The role of various noncoding RNAs in immune system development
- The mechanism of RNA processing of coding and noncoding RNAs in the development of the immune system and in context of disease onset/progression
- The role of RNA modiﬁcations in immune system development, function, and disease prevention
- The development of RNA therapeutics in stimulating the immune system and the prevention of diseases
The conference covers eight sessions, two plenary talk sessions, and 16 abstract presentations. Trainees are encouraged to attend two "Meet the Experts” sessions for the opportunity to receive career guidance from experts in the field. Two Career Development Roundtables are also offered: one to meet and gain career advice from leaders and representatives of biotech ﬁrms, the other to meet with keynote speakers and other scientists for advice on academic careers.
View the preliminary agenda.
Uttiya Basu, PhD
Jayanta Chaudhuri, PhD
Nina Papavasiliou, PhD
Vincent Kelly, PhD
The poster board is 8’ wide by 4’ high and the surface area is 7’8” wide by 3’8” tall. Your poster should not exceed the surface area. Push pins will be provided for poster presenters.
Invited Speakers: $1099
Invited Speakers: $1099
- Steamboat-Yampa Valley Regional/Hayden Airport (HDN) (26 miles /42 km from hotel)
- Denver International Airport (DEN) (178 miles / 286 km from hotel)
This is a high altitude location at 6,732 ft (2,051 m) above sea level.
The registration fee does not include lodging. Please book your lodging through either option below:
Online or by phone at 877-269-2628 (Mention “2022 FASEB Conference” for the discounted rate).
Please note that the entire value of the reservation including taxes/fees will be charged to guest’s credit card on file 7 days prior to the arrival date. Reservations cancelled more than 48 hours prior to arrival are refundable less a $25 cancellation fee.
Be in the center of activity: Enjoy quick and easy access to all conference functions and networking opportunities.
Additional protection: FASEB may be able to assist you with any issues that arise with the hotel.
To request a rideshare with other participants click here. Please note that participation is completely voluntary and the responsibility of the individual. FASEB will not be matching or assigning rides and is not responsible for any liability or financial obligation that may arise from voluntary matching made using rideshare options.
Go Alpine is providing discounted airport shuttles into Steamboat from HDN and DIA for FASEB attendees. Please make online reservations here.
Twenty travel awards for $300 each will be available for graduate students and postdoctoral research scientists. To apply, please email your abstracts to Vincent Kelly (email@example.com) and Uttiya Basu (firstname.lastname@example.org). Deadline to apply is August 1, 2022.
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Funding for this conference was made possible [in part] by 1 R13 AI 152386 - 01 from the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases. The views expressed in written conference materials or publications and by speakers and moderators do not necessarily reflect the official policies of the Department of Health and Human Services; nor does mention of trade names, commercial practices, or organizations imply endorsement by the U.S. Government.