Taqdees received a best poster award from the national Annual Biomedical Research Conference for Minority Students (ABRCMS), for her research project, “Omega-3 Fatty Acids in Fish Oil Improve Learning and Memory in Drosophila melanogaster.” The work for this project took place in the course “Principles and Practices of Biological Research.”
Dr. Nathan Fried is a neuroscientist who teaches research-based courses and conducts research on pain and addiction primarily with undergraduates. Each summer, he recruits a cohort of students to help with bite-sized authentic research studies in pain.
Eric Klein has multiple publications from his research lab dealing with bacterial microbes.
Dr. Kwangwon Lee studies circadian rhythms using Neurospora discreta. He has recently published his research in the SAGE journals.
Biology major Shariq Khan, Class of 2021, wants to specialize in neuroscience. His goal is to become a physician-scientist, so he can help patients face-to-face while also working in a lab to discover improvements for the future of health care.
Dr. Joseph V. Martin and his collaborator David J. Augeri from Molecular Design and Synthesis in Rutgers University–New Brunswick were awarded a Busch Biomedical Research Grant.