Two alumni of the REU in Cellular Bioengineering were recently awarded prestigious Graduate Research Fellowships from the National Science Foundation. Rebecca Davis and Haley Rose Warren were both in the 2017 cohort. Rebecca is now a PhD student at the University of Delaware. Haley is a PhD student at UCLA.
David I. Shreiber
The REU Site in Cellular Bioengineering was renewed for three years with a $428,240 grant from the National Science Foundation. The next 3-year cycle of the program will continue to provide cutting-edge research opportunities, professional development activities, and exercises in innovation and entrepreneurship. In addition, a new emphasis on engineering to address health disparities will … Read More
Professor David Shreiber has been selected to receive a Leaders in Faculty Diversity Award for 2019-2020 by the Rutgers Committee to Advance Our Common Purposes, which has representation from students, staff, and faculty across all regions of the university. The committee’s mission is to promote the development of a university community that values and advances … Read More
Haley Warren is included as a co-author on a publication in the Journal of Biochemistry. The article, entitled “Molecular underpinnings of integrin binding to collagen-mimetic peptides containing vascular Ehlers-Danlos syndrome-associated substitutions”, includes work that Haley completed during her time at Rutgers in Summer 2017 working with Professors David Shreiber and Jean Baum and PhD student … Read More
Cellular Bioengineering REU student Syed Shahabuddin was one of two 1st prize winners in the RISE 5-minute Presentation competition. Click can see Syed’s presentation here: “Electrochemical properties of AU and PEDOT coated neural probe electrodes for brain-computer interfaces”
The 2019 cohort of ten summer scholars arrived at Rutgers over Memorial Day weekend and began their 10-week immersive experience at Rutgers. The ten students arrive from institutions in California, Idaho, Florida, Maryland, New York, New Jersey, and Puerto Rico.
Ana Berthel is included as a co-author on a publication in Gene Regulation and Systems Biology. The article, entitled “Pathway-Based Analysis of the Liver Response to Intravenous Methylprednisolone Administration in Rats: Acute Versus Chronic Dosing”, includes work that Ana completed during her time at Rutgers in Summer 2017 working with Professor Ioannis Androulakis and PhD … Read More
Two former REU students earned Honorable Mention in the 2019 NSF GRFP competition: Emily DiMartini, from the 2016 cohort and currently a PhD student at Rutgers; and Becca Davis, from the 2017 cohort and a graduating senior from West Virginia Wesleyan College.
Emily DiMartini, a student in the 2016 REU cohort, is included as a co-author on a publication in the Journal of Drug Targeting. Emily conducted research with Professor David Shreiber and was mentored by recent PhD graduate Christopher Lowe, who is an alumnus of the REU program (2011 cohort) who returned to Rutgers for his … Read More
Chancellor Molloy’s office has awarded a grant of $632,473 to continue the Summer Undergraduate Pathway to Excellence at Rutgers Graduate Fellowship Program (SUPER-Grad).The SUPER-Grad program provides fellowships for alumni of summer resaerch programs who attend Rutgers for their doctoral studies. Dr. David Shreiber and Dr. Evelyn Erenrich are the PI’s of the grant