About

The Center for Non-coding RNA in Technology and Health (RTH) was established on a grant from the Danish Strategic Research Council (Program Committee for Strategic Growth Technologies). Through a multi-disciplinary collaboration, the Center aims at developing technologies, computational methods as well as experimental approaches for analysis of the mammalian genome for non-coding RNAs with respect to (inflammatory) diseases. The Center will focus on developing these technologies and on diabetes.

Management


RTH is managed by Center Director Jan Gorodkin. The Center's Steering Group consists of the following members:

International Advisory Board


In-house Resources


The Center has access to super computing, a broad variety of lab facilities as well as high-throughput sequencing facilities.

Partners


The Center has a number of partners:

Funding


The Center has been established through a grant from the Danish Strategic Research Council. The general sources of funding are: