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Jun Prof Redmond Smyth

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Redmond Smyth carried out his undergraduate degree in Natural Sciences at the University of Cambridge (UK), specializing in Virology and Immunology. He then moved to the Burnet Institute, Melbourne (Australia) for his PhD, where he investigated the mechanisms of HIV-1 genetic diversity in its natural target cells. His PhD research pointed to the importance of RNA structure in regulating viral infection processes, which is why he then moved to Strasbourg (France) for his post-doctoral research to train as an RNA biochemist. Here, he worked on understanding the mechanisms leading to the incorporation of the HIV-1 genomic RNA into viral particles. In 2015, he was recruited to the CNRS as a chargé de recherché (CR2), and in 2018, with support from the Helmholtz Association, he started his own research group at the Helmholtz Institute for RNA-based Infection Research (HIRI).


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The evolution of RNA structural probing methods: From gels to next-generation sequencing

Mailler E, Paillart J, Marquet R, Smyth R, Vivet-Boudou V, (2019)

Wiley Interdiscip. Rev. RNA, 10, 2, 10.1002/wrna.1518, 30485688

Structural and Functional Motifs in Influenza Virus RNAs

Ferhadian D, Contrant M, Printz-Schweigert A, Smyth R, Paillart J, Marquet R, (2018)

Frontiers in microbiology, 9, 10.3389/fmicb.2018.00559, 29651275

In cell mutational interference mapping experiment (in cell MIME) identifies the 5' polyadenylation signal as a dual regulator of HIV-1 genomic RNA production and packaging

Smyth R, Smith M, Jousset A, Despons L, Laumond G, Decoville T, Cattenoz P, Moog C, Jossinet F, Marquet R... (2018)

Nucleic acids research, 46, 9, 10.1093/nar/gky152, 29514260

RNA Structure - A Neglected Puppet Master for the Evolution of Virus and Host Immunity

Smyth R, Negroni M, Lever A, Mak J, Kenyon J, (2018)

Front. Immunol., 9, 10.3389/fimmu.2018.02097,

HIV-1 Pr55Gag binds genomic and spliced RNAs with different affinity and stoichiometry

Bernacchi S, Abd El-Wahab E, Dubois N, Hijnen M, Smyth R, Mak J, Marquet R, Paillart J, (2017)

RNA biology, 14, 1, 90-103, 10.1080/15476286.2016.1256533, 27841704

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