Congratulations to Dr. Angélica L. González for being promoted to an Associate Professor with Tenure! Dr. González is a broadly-trained ecologist with interests that range from organismal traits to community and ecosystem ecology. Much of her research is concerned with the effects of natural and human-induced environmental changes on the diversity, composition and function of … Continue reading Professor González promoted to an Associate Professor with Tenure!…
2022 Chancellor’s Award for Outstanding Research and Creative Activity
Congratulations Drs. Brannigan, Bou-Rabee, and Grigoriev on receiving the 2022 Chancellor’s Award for Outstanding Research and Creative Activity! Chancellor Antonio D. Tillis selected five faculty members to receive this prestigious award, based on candidates outstanding achievements in research, scholarship, and creative work.
Dr. González awarded the Board of Trustees Research Fellowship for Scholarly Excellence
Congratulations to Dr. Angélica L. González for receiving the Board of Trustees Research Fellowship for Scholarly Excellence. This award recognizes the exceptional research accomplishments of newly-promoted and tenured faculty members. Congratulations, Angélica!
Jahmal Ennis received honorable mention in the Ford Foundation Fellowship Program
Congratulations Jahmal Ennis, an MS student in the Brannigan Lab, for receiving honorable mention in the Ford Foundation Fellowship Program. Well deserved for your hard work!
CCIB celebrates another exciting year of research at the 2021 Annual Retreat
The CCIB gathered for our annual retreat at the lovely Camden County Boathouse on December 14th, 2021. We were honored to host Dr. Sudhir Kumar as a keynote speaker, Drs. Angélica González and Grace Brannigan as faculty spotlights, and CCIB alumni for an industry-focused panel. The students, faculty, and guests of CCIB provided a fantastic … Continue reading CCIB celebrates another exciting year of research at the 2021 Annual Retreat…
CCIB awards Nessel, Guan, and Ciallella with 2021 CCIB Best Student Paper Awards
The Center for Computational and Integrative Biology at Rutgers-Camden is pleased to announce two winners for the 2021 CCIB Best Student Paper Awards. Tied for first place: Mark Nessel (Gonzalez Lab). Human-driven nutrient enrichment causes decline in invertebrate populations: A global meta-analysis. Lingyu Guan (Grigoriev Lab). Computational meta-analysis of ribosomal RNA fragments: potential targets … Continue reading CCIB awards Nessel, Guan, and Ciallella with 2021 CCIB Best Student Paper Awards…