Grace Solomon, Zaccchaeus Wallace, and Shaun Montoya are the proud winners of this years Cellular Bioengineering REU Innovation & Entrepreneurship competition. Their mock company, “TrueTest, Inc.”, generated the most investment … Read More
Nine scholars joined the REU in Cellular Bioengineering for the 2023 Summer Program. These scholars represent undergraduate institutions from New Jersey, New York, Arizona, Pennsylvania, North Carolina, Mississippi, and Virginia.
Mikayla Roach, a participant in the 2021 REU program, received the prestigious Graduate Research Fellowship from the NSF. Mikayla worked with Professor Jospeh Freeman during the summer program. She is … Read More
Terrence Lymon, a scholar in the 2018 REU cohort, is a co-author on a recent peer-reviewed publication, “The Use of Collagen Methacrylate in Actuating Polyethylene Glycol Diacrylate–Acrylic Acid Scaffolds for … Read More
Angela Appiah-Kubi won a Best Poster Award at the 2022 ABRCMS meeting. Angela’s presentation was titled, “Disrupting Biofilms in Cystic Fibrosis with Polyelectrolyte Surfactants”. She was mentored by Professor Charlie Roth.
The REU in Cellular Bioengineering welcomed 9 scholars for the 2022 program. This is the first summer since 2019 that we are operating fully in-person! Scholars hail from undergraduate programs … Read More
Five of the students from the 2021 REU Cohort presented their research from their summer at Rutgers at the annual meeting of the Biomedical Engineering Society. Taylor Bridgeforth presented in-person, … Read More
The RUE in Cellular Bioengineering welcomed ten scholars to the program for 2021. The program is operating primarily virtually this summer with no on-campus housing or professional development programming. Students … Read More
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 … Read More
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 … Read More