This Spring, CCIB graduate program director Dr. Grace Brannigan, and her student Liam Sharp in the CCIB PhD program, published a paper in Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA) – Biomembranes. CCIB former postdoc Dr. Reza Salari from the Brannigan group was a co-author. Liam and Kristen Woods, another PhD student in the Brannigan group, were joint first authors on a paper published in Journal of Membrane Biology.
CCIB PhD student Ruchi Lohia in the Brannigan group was the first author of a manuscript posted in ChemRxiv, and CCIB PhD alumnus Dr. Sruthi Murlidaran was the first author of a manuscript posted in BioRxiv.
CCIB faculty member Dr. Angélica González (Biology) was awarded a working group grant by the German Centre for Integrative Biodiversity Research (iDiv) Halle-Jena-Leipzig, Synthesis Centre for Biodiversity Sciences (sDiv).
CCIB faculty member Dr. Eric Klein (Biology) and his PhD student Gabriele Stankeviciute (first author) published two papers in mBio and Molecular Microbiology. Dr. Eric Klein has another manuscript available on bioRxiv.
CCIB faculty member Dr. Jinglin Fu (Chemistry), including CCIB PhD student Sung Won Oh, published a paper in Small. Dr. Fu was selected as a recipient of the Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers(ECASE-Army) by the Army Research Office (ARO).
CCIB faculty member Dr. Benedetto Piccoli published a paper in Archive for Rational Mechanics and Analysis. He was the co-author of various collaborative studies published in journals including SIAM Journal on Applied Mathematics, Networks & Heterogeneous Media, Transportation Research: Part C and Part D and ACM/IEEE conference.
Dr. Piccoli has six manuscripts available in arXiv and Hal. See Publication page for details!
CCIB faculty member Dr. Jean-Camille Birget (Computer Science) has three manuscript available in arXiv, see New embeddings between the Higman-Thompson groups, Global local cover and The word problem of the Brin-Thompson groups is coNP-complete.
CCIB faculty member Dr. John Dighton (Biology, Director of Rutgers Pinelands Field Station) published two book chapters in the books Fungal Bioremediation: Fundamentals and Applications and Advances in Macrofungi: Diversity, Ecology and Biotechnology.
CCIB PhD student Stacy A. Love from Dr. David Salas de la Cruz group won at the Thermal Analysis Forum Delaware Valley (TAFDV) Spring Symposium poster competition.
CCIB PhD Student Sebastian Harris, from Dr. Amy Savage‘s group, was awarded the PAS Graduate Research Grant for his project. His research was featured on the website of Society for the Study of Amphibians and Reptiles (SSSR).