Peter is full of praise for Rutgers-Camden’s “personable atmosphere.” He’s happy to be “part of the Rutgers-Camden family.”
Dr. Grace Brannigan, Assistant Professor of Physics, and Dr. Joseph Martin, Professor of Biology, are studying the GABA(A) receptor, which is a protein fundamental to our understanding of the brain. Their findings could lead to advances in treatments for neurological disorders and thyroid diseases. Learn more about their research at NewsNow.
Dr. Andrey Grigoriev, Professor of Biology, is studying Alaska’s Byron Glacier in an attempt to learn more about the structure of the glacial ecosystem. Dr. Grigoriev is conducting this research with Sulbha Choudhari, a doctoral student in Rutgers-Camden’s computational and integrative biology program. Read the full article at NewsNow.
Dr. Desmond Lun, Associate Professor of Computer Science and chair of the Department of Computer Science, and Min Kyung Kim, a doctoral student in computational and integrative biology, are using a cell’s genes to research the way cells react with chemicals. Read the full article at NewsNow.
One of Rutgers-Camden’s most impressive qualities is its dedication to research, both by faculty and students. This summer ten students are on campus as part of the Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) program, and they’re gaining invaluable experience. Read the full article.
In Dr. Lee’s classes, “undergraduate students learn how real research is designed and executed. By the time they leave the lab, they become fellow researchers.”
Dr. Joseph Martin (professor, CFAS-biology and director, Center for Computational and Integrative Biology) is the principal investigator on a $92,299 continuation grant from the National Science Foundation in support of the Q-Step Community of Quantitative Scientists at Rutgers–Camden.
“My interactions with graduates and undergraduates have provided me with the privilege to see these young students develop as scholars and researchers both in the classroom and laboratory.”