CCIB students won at TAFDV Spring Symposium poster competition

CCIB PhD student Stacy A. Love and Chemistry Master student Bailey Blessing, both from Salas Lab, won at the Thermal Analysis Forum Delaware Valley (TAFDV) Spring Symposium poster competition at University of Pennsylvania. Bailey won 1st place and Stacy won 2nd place. Congratulations to you!

CCIB 2018 Best Student Paper Award Winners

The Center for Computational and Integrative Biology at Rutgers-Camden is pleased to announce two winners for the 2018 CCIB Best Student Paper Awards. Sung Won Oh (Fu Lab), won the 1st place for her paper “DNA‐Mediated Proximity‐Based Assembly Circuit for Actuation of Biochemical Reactions” published on Angewandte Chemie. Nathaniel Merrill (Piccoli Lab), won the 2nd … Continue reading CCIB 2018 Best Student Paper Award Winners

New Funding Available For Incoming CCIB MS Students

CCIB is still accepting MS applications for Fall 2019 – and now CCIB has additional scholarships available!  Incoming MS students will be automatically considered for scholarships that would reduce the cost of your tuition by up to 50%. You can read more about our program at MS Program and Frequently Asked Questions.  The application deadline has been extended … Continue reading New Funding Available For Incoming CCIB MS Students

CCIB PhD Student Sebastian Harris awarded PAS Graduate Research Grant

CCIB PhD Student Sebastian Harris (Savage Lab) received a Pennsylavania Academy of Science (PAS) Graduate Research Grant for his project “Exploring the Relationship Between Allegheny Mound Ant Colonies and Neighboring Reptile and Amphibian Species Richness“. Harris is one of the 29 students from fourteen different Pennsylvania colleges and universities who were awarded the grants. Congratulations!

Associate Professor Jinglin Fu receives Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers

CCIB Faculty Member Dr. Jinglin Fu (Chemistry) was selected as a recipient of the Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers(ECASE-Army) by the Army Research Office (ARO). This award provides a five years’ funding, a total of $1 million, to support his research of “Develop Synthetic Compartments for Enhanced and Regulated Biochemical Reactions”. Congratulations!