The goal of the Bay Area RNA Club is to bring investigators from the San Francisco Bay together to discuss RNA-centric science. For more than two decades, the Club has met on the University of California, San Francisco Campus– where scientists come together to mingle and present their latest results.
More than 300 student, postdocs, scientific staff, and principle investigator attendees come from both industry and academia. Major academic institutions include UC Berkeley, Stanford, UC Santa Cruz, Gladstone, UC Davis, UC Merced, and UCSF. The club is supported by the WM Keck Center for Noncoding RNA and the Center for RNA Biology.
The 2015 BARC meeting is a little more than a month away! This years meeting will be held on Friday July 10, 2015 at the Mission Bay Campus. All attendees must register for the event. The meeting is open to the entire public, including industry.