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Zack Wallace wins NSF Graduate Research Fellowship

Zack Wallace in an undergraduate at the University of Southern Mississippi who worked in our lab as part of the 2023 REU program, studying cancer cell behavior in organoids cultured … Read More

Professor Shreiber takes new position at Rutgers

David Shreiber was named Vice Provost for Academic Affairs at Rutgers University–New Brunswick. In the Vice Provost role, Dr. Shreiber will provide leadership for high-quality academic programming, teaching and learning, assessment, and program … Read More

Sonal wins student leadership award

Sonal Gahlawat, a PhD student in our lab, has been awarded the 2022 Chancellor-Provost’s Graduate Student Leadership Award. This award is given to a graduate student who exemplifies excellence and truly embodies a commitment to … Read More

Sonal featured by School of Engineering

Sonal Gahlawat was featured by the School of Engineering with a story about her research and leadership at Rutgers.  You can read about it here:

Yoliem defends thesis!

Congratulations to Yoliem Miranda Alarcon for successfully defending her thesis, which is entitled “Development of Antibiotic-Conjugated Gelatin Type-A for Applications in Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine.” Now it is off … Read More

Emily DiMartini wins NJCCR Fellowship

Emily DiMartini has been awarded a 2-year pre-doctoral fellowship from the New Jersey Commission on Cancer Research for research to design a new catch-and-release drug delivery system that uses the … Read More

Laboratory moves into cancer research with New Jersey Commission on Cancer Research Pilot Award

A two-year, $50,000 pilot grant has been awarded by the New Jersey Commission on Cancer Research to Professor David Shreiber and Dr. Kelly Kyker-Snowman to develop models to study epithelial-to-mesenchymal transitions associated with ovarian … Read More

Lab receives grant from Marfan Foundation

We were awarded a $100,000/2-year grant award as part of The Marfan Foundation Research Faculty Grant Program for a research proposal entitled, “The structure-function effects of specific collagen-III mutations in … Read More

REU in Cellular Bioengineering renewed with NSF award

The REU Site in Cellular Bioengineering, directed by Professor Shreiber, was renewed for three years with a $428,240 grant from the National Science Foundation.  The next 3-year cycle of the … Read More

Professor Shreiber receives grant from Rutgers Global

Professor Shreiber has been awarded an $8,000 International Collaborative Research Grant from Rutgers Global to support a collaboration with Professor Fei Xu from Jiangnan University in China.  The funds will … Read More

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