Neva Caliskan elected to the Board of Directors of the RNA Society

Two-year term will start in 2024

Neva Caliskan, group leader at the Helmholtz Institute Würzburg (HIRI) and junior professor at the Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg (JMU), has been elected to the Board of Directors of the RNA Society. She will serve as a director for two years, beginning in 2024.

“I have been a member of the RNA Society for many years and I truly enjoy being part of this supportive and welcoming community. I am thrilled and honored to be elected to the Board of Directors. As a member of this panel, I aim to increase the visibility of highly skilled young scientists of diverse backgrounds and make their voice heard at the RNA Society. Another major priority is making the RNA society even more international and building a stronger community in Europe and Asia,” Caliskan describes her aspirations.

About the RNA Society

The RNA Society is a non-profit international scientific society with more than 1800 members dedicated to fostering research and education in the field of RNA science. It hosts a peer-reviewed scientific journal, RNA, and an annual scientific conference, along with sponsoring other RNA-related scientific conferences through direct financial support and student travel grants.