Case Western's RNA Center Hiring Bioinformaticist, Non-Coding RNA Researcher | GenomeWeb

By Doug Macron

In a bid to enhance the research conducted at its Center for RNA Molecular Biology, the Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine plans to hire a bioinformaticist and a researcher with expertise in the non-coding RNA field.

Meanwhile, the school has also earmarked more than $500,000 to help establish an RNA core facility that is expected to give investigators campus-wide access to instrumentation and RNA-analysis expertise that is currently unavailable.

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