ASEMV Working Groups promote the development of specific areas within the fields of exosome and extracellular RNA (exRNA) research. ASEMV Working Groups are a direct extension of working groups that originated in the NIH Extracellular RNA Communication Consortium (ERCC). Their migration to the ASEMV ensures their continued operation, a broadening of their mission, and a larger, more diverse membership.

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Each Working Group will establish its own agenda, in addition to working towards common goals of:

  1. presenting & discussing new advances;
  2. identifying key unmet needs and opportunities;
  3. forming collaborative research teams;
  4. disseminating best practices & highlighting common obstacles;
  5. generating roster lists of expert reviewers;
  6. maintaining strong lines of communication via electronic & in-person meetings;
  7. posting their work at asemv.org in coordination with ASEMV staff.

ASEMV Working Groups will be assembled and activated in phases, starting with:

Technology
Chairs: Kendall van Keuren-Jensen, Louise Laurent
Web content editor: Roger P. Alexander

Infectious Disease
Chairs: Fatah Kashanchi, Nihal Altan-Bonnet, Leonid Margolis, Meta Keuhn

Resource Sharing
Chairs: Matt Roth, Stephen Gould

Cancer
Chairs: Michael Graner, Janusz Rak

Biomarkers
Chair: Julie Saugstad

Therapeutics
Chairs: TBA

Neuroscience
Chairs: TBA