Associate Professor David Salas-de la Cruz awarded NSF Grant

CCIB Associate Professor Dr. David Salas-de la Cruz (Chemistry, Graduate Program Director) was awarded a five-year, $4,600,000 grant from the National Science Foundation CMMI. It is a multi university effort with University of Pennsylvania, Princeton University, Rowan University and Rutgers-Camden. Professor Dr. Shu Yang from University of Pennsylvania is the Principal Investigator. Congratulations to you all!

CCIB Professor Hao Zhu awarded NIH grant

CCIB Faculty Member Dr. Hao Zhu (Chemistry) received a 2.78 million R01 grant from National Institute of Health (NIH). This five-year project aims to develop novel mechanism-driven Virtual Adverse Outcome Pathway (vAOP) models for the fast and accurate assessment of hepatotoxicity in a high-throughput manner. Congratulatioins!

CCIB 2019 Best Student Paper Award Winners

The Center for Computational and Integrative Biology at Rutgers-Camden is pleased to announce two winners for the 2019 CCIB Best Student Paper Awards.   Tied for first place: Gabriele Skidmore (Klein Lab) Caulobacter crescentus Adapts to Phosphate Starvation by Synthesizing Anionic Glycoglycerolipids and a Novel Glycosphingolipid. MBio Ruchi Lohia (Brannigan Lab) Sequence specificity despite intrinsic … Continue reading CCIB 2019 Best Student Paper Award Winners

CCIB members awarded Provost Grants

Congratulations to CCIB members for being awarded the Catalyst and Multidisciplinary Provost Grants!  Catalyst Grants Program: PI: Dr. Xingyun Qi (assistant professor, FASC-biology) Title: Identification of Salinity-Response Genes in Stomatal Development Multidisciplinary Grants Program: PI: Dr. Maria Solesio (assistant professor, FASC-biology) Co-PIs: Dr. Andrey Grigoriev (professor, FASC-biology) and Dr. Sunil Shende (associate professor, FASC-computer science) … Continue reading CCIB members awarded Provost Grants

CCIB holds first retreat in its new home

The CCIB gathered for our first retreat in our new home (the JHSC) for a fantastic day of scientific talks, posters, and discussion. Then we headed over to Philadelphia and boarded the Freedom Elite for a fun evening cruise on the Delaware River, past the facing skylines of Philadelphia and Camden.    

CCIB has moved to the new state-of-the-art Joint Health Sciences Center

The newest element in Camden’s “Eds and Meds” corridor, the Joint Health Sciences Center at the corner of Martin Luther King Boulevard and Broadway houses lab and training spaces for multiple universities and is the only facility in the state to house important functions of two four-year institutions, a county college, and two medical schools. … Continue reading CCIB has moved to the new state-of-the-art Joint Health Sciences Center