Spring 2019 Research Highlights

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 … Continue reading Spring 2019 Research Highlights

Assistant Professor Angélica González funded by sDiv

CCIB Faculty Member Dr. Angélica González (Biology) was selected to receive the fund by the German Centre for Integrative Biodiversity Research (iDiv) Halle-Jena-Leipzig, Synthesis Centre for Biodiversity Sciences (sDiv). Dr. González is one of the main PIs for the working group project “sBIOMAPS – Exploring BIOgeographic and MAcroevolutionary Patterns in organismal Stoichiometric diversity“. Congratulations!

Congratulations to CCIB graduating PhD Students!

For 2018-2019, five students of CCIB PhD program successfully defended their dissertations and received doctoral degrees. They are: Dr. Nicole Revaitis (Yakoby Lab), Dr. Sean McQuade (Piccoli Lab), Dr. Wenyi Wang (Zhu Lab), Dr. Steve Moffett (Martin Lab), and Dr. Spyros Karaiskos (Grigoriev Lab). Congratulations to all of you! From L to R: Sean, Wenyi, … Continue reading Congratulations to CCIB graduating PhD Students!

Associate Professor Hao Zhu featured on Rutgers media

CCIB Faculty member Dr. Hao Zhu was recently featured on Rutgers Media for his research on “New Algorithm Allows Faster, Animal-Free Chemical Toxicity Testing”. CCIB PhD candidate Daniel Russo (Zhu Lab) was the lead researcher for this low-cost and high-speed algorithm. Other researchers included Dr. Wenyi Wang (graduated from Zhu Lab) and graduate director of Computer Science … Continue reading Associate Professor Hao Zhu featured on Rutgers media

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