Sponsored Events

Hudson Valley RNA Club (HVRC)

HVRC Website

The Hudson Valley RNA Club (HVRC) seeks to create a community and a scientific forum for students, postdocs, and scientists engaged in RNA-related research in the Hudson Valley region and beyond.

The club is intended to promote interdisciplinary conversations between researchers pursuing biochemical, structural, computational, or systems approaches such that their collaborative efforts would lead to critical breakthroughs in important areas of RNA research like RNA structure, RNA catalysis, RNA-protein interactions, RNA interference, and RNA genomics.

Junior STEM Idea Exchange (JUSIE)

JUSIE is an organization of junior faculty members with the focused objective of exchanging ideas and exploring opportunities

JUSIE holds montly forums where members from diverse fields present and seek opportunities for cross pollination. See Past Presenters

Paolo Forni will be organizing JUSIE sessions for the next semester.

Workshops for Interaction and Scientific Collaboration (WISC)

Workshops for Interaction and Scientific Collaboration are intended to bring faculty, graduate students, post-docs and professional staff together across the Life Sciences disciplines.

Biologists, Chemists, Physicists and Psychologists gather to share their science and ideas across academia and industry. Scientists from local and regional institutions give platform presentations in an environment that is conducive to brainstorming and networking.

Past Workshop Posters

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For more information please contact Annalisa Scimemi.

Women in Science and Health (WISH)

WISH provides scientific and social networking opportunities for faculty in the STEM fields at UAlbany.

The group in turn offers a framework for mentoring female post-doctoral fellows, graduate students and undergraduates in the STEM fields. WISH was established in 2014 by Elga Wulfert, Professor of Psychology and Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, and Marlene Belfort, Professor of Biology and Scientific Director of the interdisciplinary Life Sciences Research Program. Junior and senior faculty members team up monthly for interdisciplinary scientific presentations and discussions of gender equality and work-life balance.Visit the WISH site.