The Prospects of Noncoding RNA in Disease Treatment: Presentation by Pathophysiologist at Biohacking Conference Kyiv 2020
In order to prevent diseases and improve health, it’s crucial to understand what’s going on in the human body on the molecular level.
Today, many scientists are researching the noncoding RNA that is doing its part in various cell processes and serve regulatory functions. It is widely thought that it can be used as a target for treatment of some diseases, including the oncologic. Moreover, researchers are developing some gene therapy approaches with application of the noncoding RNA.
What is noncoding RNA? What is its purpose in the anti-virus protection and what advantages are there for treating diseases? On November 11, Ukrainian pathophysiologist Vasyl Nagibin will talk about this at Biohacking Conference Kyiv 2020.
Speaker will make a presentation: Noncoding genome: classification, peculiarities and prospects for use
Vasyl is a Candidate of Medical Sciences, specialist in pathophysiology. He is a senior research associate at the Department of General and Molecular Pathophysiology at Bohomolets Institute of Physiology at the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine.
Expert has been working at the Jagiellonian University (Krakow), majoring in Immunology and at the National Center for Tumor Diseases (Heidelberg, Germany). He also has experience in molecular biology.
Join the event to learn more about the advanced methods of health optimization and the processes happening in the human body on the cell level.