Mapping RNA Regulation in Human Immune Cells

With an award from the National Institutes of Health, Hojoong Kwak,  assistant professor of molecular biology and genetics, will apply high-resolution maps of RNA regulation in human immune cells to the study of metabolic diseases and cancer immunotherapy.

According to an article by Cornell Research, "The outcomes could lead to the discovery of novel target genes and disease mechanisms and provide a foundation for further efforts to advance precision medicine for the treatment of human disease."

Read the story on the Cornell Research website.



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