The department celebrates the many contributions that have been made by Professor Arlene Albert over the past 20 years of her membership in the faculty of Molecular and Cell Biology. It is with considerable admiration that we note that in this, her final year as a member of the regular faculty before retiring, that she was recognized with the UConn-AAUP Excellence Award for Teaching Innovation.
Exciting opportunities offered through the MCB Professional Science Master’s (PSM) program May term and summer session 2017. Continue reading
This award recognizes their outstanding contributions, professional dedication to inspiring student learning and commitment to education. Continue reading
The AMS Student Research Fellowship funds are designated for summer support of research projects involving microscopy.
Kerwin AH, Nyholm SV. (2017) Symbiotic bacteria associated with a bobtail squid reproductive system are detectable in the environment, and stable in the host and developing eggs. Environ Microbiol. doi: 10.1111/1462-2920.13665.
Scholars Day gives undergraduate students an opportunity to present research they’ve conducted to a broad audience either through a 10 minute talk or by presenting a poster. Every year they reach out to an alumnus who has presented at Scholars Day and is now pursuing their PhD to give a presentation as a guest speaker. The title of his talk was: “What to expect when you’re expecting… to go to grad school”.
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