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==Conferences/ Workshops==
# RNA club, 16th October 2013 [http://www.rnaclub.de/img/RNACLUB_20131016.pdf ]
# Plenary talk at Yeast Meeting, Frankfurt 2013 [http://www.yeast-2013.org/faces/index]
# Poster presentation,18th Annual RNA meeting of the RNA society, Davos, Switzerland  [http://www.rnasociety.org/conferences/rna-2013/]
# RNA club, 26th September 2012 [http://www.rnaclub.de/img/RNACLUB_20120926.pdf]
# Poster presentation at 9th International Conference on Ribosome Synthesis, Banff, Canada [http://www.rochester.edu/College/BIO/ribosyn2012/]

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Contact Info

  • Sunny Sharma
  • Institute of Molecular Biosciences, Max-von-Laue Strasse-9, Campus Riedberg, Goethe University
  • Frankfurt am Main, Hesse, Germany.
  • Email me through OpenWetWare

I am graduate student in Entian´s Lab at Goethe University, Frankfurt am Main.


  • Graduate student at Institute of Molecular Biosciences, Goethe University, Frankfurt am Main, Germany [1]
  • 2007, MS (Molecular Biology & Biochemistry), Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar, India [2]
  • 2005, BS, Bangalore University, Bangalore, India [3]


DAAD (Deutsche Akademische Austauschdienst) PhD scholarship (2010 - 2013) [4]

CEF (Excellence Cluster-Frankfurt am Main) PhD fellowship (2009 - 2010) [5]

ICMR (Indian Council of Medical Research) Junior Research Fellowship (2009 - 2010) [6]

Research interests

  1. Ribosome Biogenesis
  2. RNA modifications
  3. Immunology
  4. Gerontology


1) Yeast Nop2 and Rcm1 methylate C2870 and C2278 of the 25S rRNA, respectively.[7]

2) Identification of a novel methyltransferase, Bmt2, responsible for the N-1-methyl-adenosine base modification of 25S rRNA in Saccharomyces cerevisiae.[8]

3) Yeast Rrp8p, a novel methyltransferase responsible for m1A 645 base modification of 25S rRNA.[9]

4) Association of P2X7 receptor +1513 (A-->C) polymorphism with tuberculosis in a Punjabi population.[10]

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