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
October 2017: Interested in learning more about Microbiology? Want to connect with other students and Microbiology faculty? Join the Microbiology Club for Undergraduates on October 18 at 6:00 p.m. in 610N of the Life Science Laboratory to learn more. Read more...
October 2017: Sloan Siegrist has received a five-year, $2.3 million National Institutes of Health New Innovator Award to study the bacterium that causes tuberculosis. New Innovator Awards are designed to support unusually innovative research from early career investigators. Read more...
October 2017: Don’t know what to do with your bachelor’s degree? Do you like to work with your hands? Are you curious, creative and like science? Do you want to work in biotech? Please join Applied and Molecular Biotechnology Advisor, Jeffrey Kane, on Monday, October 30, at 6:30 p.m. in Skinner 112 to find out more about this unique one year accelerated master’s program focused on the skills you can apply in a career in biotech.
August 2017: Microbiology welcomes two new faculty members to the Department. In September 2017, Dr. Mandy Muller, will join the faculty as an Assistant Professor in the field of virology and host-pathogen interactions. In January 2017, Dr. Barry Goodell joined the faculty as a Research Professor. Dr. Goodell's research focuses on biomass deconstruction by fungi; fungal and neurodegenerative disease and biomaterials structural durability.
August 2017: Emily Melzer has been awarded a two-year traineeship through the Chemistry-Biology Interface (CBI) Program, an NIH-funded predoctoral training program. The pre-doctoral training program aims to produce a grouop of chemists who have also received significant training in biology and of biologists who have also received significant training in chemistry, without sacrificing in-depth training in a core discipline. Ms. Melzer is currently a Ph.D. candidate in the lab of Microbiology Assistant Professor, Sloan Siegrist. Read more...