the Center for HIV-1 RNA Studies

The Center for HIV-1 RNA Studies (CRNA) is an integrated team of biophysicists, cell and computational biologists, chemists, and virologists dedicated to advancing understanding of the structures and molecular processes during HIV-1 replication that involve RNA. Supported by new technologies and synergistic collaborations, these investigators are collectively focused on the structures, dynamics, interactions, and mechanisms of action of the HIV-1 RNA during the late phase of viral replication.

The CRNA is funded by a grant (U54AI50470) from the National Institute of Health (NIH) and the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID). This website introduces our Center and presents opportunities for involvement.