Welcome to the RNA Therapeutics Institute


ShermanBy interweaving basic and applied nucleic acid scientists with clinicians dedicated to finding new cures, our goal is to create a new paradigm for organizing molecular research that enables the rapid application of new biological discoveries to solutions for unmet challenges in human health.

By uniting researchers studying the fundamental biology and mechanisms of cellular RNAs with those working to devise human therapies using or targeting nucleic acids, the RTI represents a new model for scientific exploration.


Facilities & Resources

The RTI has many shared pieces of equipment available to all its faculity. In addition, UMMS has a vast array of Core Facilities. Learn More About RTI Resources...

RNA CLUB

The RNA Club at UMass Medical School, kindly sponsored by Qiagen , meets monthly to discuss three topics within the field of RNA biology. Learn More About RNA Club...

RNA CLUB MEMBERS

The RNA Club consists of faculty, students, and postdoc from all over the campus.
Complete listing of RNA Club Members.

Quick Links

Useful links to help you navigate through the UMMS system.

Funding Opportunities & Procedures

Postdocs & students looking for ways to get some funding? Need to see how to navigate through the grant produres here at UMMS? Learn More...

Upcoming Events

  • 01-19-17

    BMP Faculty Candidate Seminar by Lars Plate, PhD

    Hosted By: Paul Thompson, PhD
    Location: LRB816
    1PM

    Lars Plate, Ph.D.
    The Scripps Research Institute
    Title: “Targeting Proteostasis to Treat Amyloid Diseases”


  • 01-20-17

    RTI Seminar by Angela K. Eggleston, PhD

    Hosted By: Andrei Korostelev, PhD
    Location: AS4-2072
    11AM

    Angela K. Eggleston, PhD
    Senior Editor, Nature
    Title: “Through the Looking Glass: The Evolving Practice of Science  Publishing”


  • 01-23-17

    Tea Time - Grunwald Lab

    Location: AS4 Lobby
    4PM

  • 01-25-17

    RTI Seminar by Aaron Hoskins, PhD

    Hosted By: Melissa J Moore, PhD
    Location: AS4-2072
    10AM

    Aaron Hoskins, PhD
    Assistant Professor
    Department of Biochemistry
    University of Wisconsin - Madison
    Title: “RNA Duplexes and the Spliceosome: Basepairing is just the Beginning”


  • 01-30-17

    Tea Time - Khvorova/Watts Labs

    Location: AS4 Lobby
    4PM

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