About the Meeting
The meeting will last three days with the schedule to be determined after abstract submissions have closed. All participants, including students and postdoctoral fellows, will be given the opportunity to orally present their work.
Presentation of unpublished data is strongly encouraged. The relatively small size and relaxed atmosphere of this meeting should leave ample time for networking and informal interactions. As such, the meeting should facilitate the development of new ideas and collaborations between researchers working on various aspects of RNase H biology.
The meeting will cover the following themes: substrate recognition and catalytic mechanisms of RNase H enzymes; humans and model organism genetics; physiological processes involving RNase H enzymes; roles in autoinflammation and genome integrity; therapeutic targeting of retroviral RNase H activity.