Biology Graduate Named 2021 Phi Beta Kappa Key Into Public Service Scholar

By Tom McLaughlin Original story on https://news.camden.rutgers.edu/2021/08/biology-graduate-named-2021-phi-beta-kappa-key-into-public-service-scholar/   Growing up in Olathe, Kansas, Sujay Ratna recalls, he was always told to think about and help others. Since that time, Ratna – a 2021 Rutgers University–Camden biology graduate – never lost sight of the opportunities that he’s had. Just as importantly, he stayed keenly focused on spreading awareness … Continue reading Biology Graduate Named 2021 Phi Beta Kappa Key Into Public Service Scholar

Research on lizard evolution could advance understanding of changes in all organisms, including humans

By Jeanne Leong Original story on https://news.camden.rutgers.edu/2021/09/research-on-lizard-evolution-could-advance-understanding-of-changes-in-all-organisms-including-humans/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=research-on-lizard-evolution-could-advance-understanding-of-changes-in-all-organisms-including-humans   Lizards are very diverse in their form and function and can evolve and adapt to the environments they inhabit, and in some settings, evolved to blend in with the twigs they live on. Research by Anthony Geneva, a Rutgers University‒Camden assistant professor of biology, aims to understand how lizards evolve … Continue reading Research on lizard evolution could advance understanding of changes in all organisms, including humans

Ph.D. Student Wins Prestigious National Science Foundation Grant to Study Lizard Evolution that Could Aid in Understanding How Animals and Humans Evolve

By Jeanne Leong Original story from https://news.camden.rutgers.edu/2021/09/ph-d-student-wins-prestigious-national-science-foundation-grant-to-study-lizard-evolution-that-could-aid-in-understanding-how-animals-and-humans-evolve/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=ph-d-student-wins-prestigious-national-science-foundation-grant-to-study-lizard-evolution-that-could-aid-in-understanding-how-animals-and-humans-evolve A National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellow, Cleo Falvey is studying lizards in the Rutgers University‒Camden Center for Computational and Integrative Biology Ph.D. program. The five-year NSF fellowship includes three years of financial support with an annual $34,000 stipend. In the lab of Anthony Geneva, a Rutgers‒Camden assistant professor of biology, Falvey will be … Continue reading Ph.D. Student Wins Prestigious National Science Foundation Grant to Study Lizard Evolution that Could Aid in Understanding How Animals and Humans Evolve

Taqdees Gohar

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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.”

Nathan Fried

Nathan Fried

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

Eric Klein

Eric Klein has multiple publications from his research lab dealing with bacterial microbes.