Institute of Molecular Biology

Gene regulation is central to all biology. RNA molecules, with their ability to both encode information and exert catalytic activities, play a key role in the regulation of gene expression. Our group aims to discover molecular pathways and mechanisms implicating RNA in human health and disease. More specifically, we study RNA splicing and its role in the regulation of gene expression in cancer and genetic diseases, and we are exploring new medical applications for RNA.

Major interests/objectives:
- Cell Biology
- Genomics
- RNA splicing
- RNA in disease