Morita Lab Studies Glycolipid Biosynthesis as a Potential Drug Target
Applied and Molecular Biotechnology (AMB) Master's Program in its Fourth Year
DeAngelis Lab Studies Climate Change and Its Affects on Soil Microbial Communities
Holden Studies Deep-Sea Hydrothermal Vents in Northeastern Pacific
Lovley Invention Boosts the University's Number of Patents Recorded in One Year
News & Announcements
April 2017: Bryan Salas-Santiago, a graduate student in John Lopes' lab, recently started writing a science column in El Sol Latino, a newspaper geared towards the local latino community.
April 2017: Vincent Giacalone, a Microbiology senior, has been selected to receive the 2016-2017 Rising Researcher student achievement award. The award will be presented at a reception on April 12, 2017. Mr. Giacalone has been working in the laboratory of Dr. Wilmore Webley on research related to infections that cause asthma in children. In Fall of 2017 he will continue on to pursue a Ph.D. in Immunology at Emory University.
April 2017: On April 19th, the University will launch the new School of Earth & Sustainability (SES). This cross-discipline partnership includes the Departments of Environmental Conservation, Geosciences, Landscape Architecture & Regional Planning, Stockbridge School of Agriculture and Environmental Microbiologists from the Department of Microbiology. The partnership includes over 100 faculty that share a common focus on sustainability, the environment and earth sciences. Read more...
February 2017: Begüm Topcuoglu, Microbiology Ph.D. candidate, was awarded the Curtis B. Thorne "Carry On" Award on February 25, 2017. The award was established in 2008 to honor former Microbiology Faculty member Curt Thorne. The graduate student is chosen based on contributions to the Department and their discipline and for serving as a role model to other students.