- GO: MCB Announces Election ResultsGO:MCB has announced the results from this year's election including the new position of Chief Diversity Officer: President: Katie Kyle, Vice President: Emily Green; Treasurer: Patrick Grady; Secretary: Sean Gosselin; Outreach Coordinator: Ryan Duggan; Chief Diversity Officer: Khalia Cain; Graduate Representatives: Khalia Cain, Em Ng, Patrick Grady; Alternate Representative: JD Tamucci Congratulations to all the […]Posted on July 9, 2020
- Congratulations from MCB! Years of Service Employee RecognitionThe following MCB employees have reached important milestones in their service to the state and the University. Though the celebration of these achievements will be delayed until all employees are back working in person on campus, it is important that we recognize and applaud their commitment and dedication to UConn and MCB. Thank you! Celebrating […]Posted on July 2, 2020
- MCB Outstanding TA Awards AnnouncedThe Department of Molecular and Cell Biology is pleased to announce that Stephen Hesler and Sean Gosselin have been selected as Outstanding MCB TA for 2019-2020. This award recognizes their outstanding contributions, professional dedication to inspiring student learning and their commitment to education. Congratulations!Posted on June 26, 2020
- Dr. James Cole’s Covid-19 Research Featured in UConn TodayAtomwise Partnership Enables UConn Researcher to Investigate COVID-19 Drug Target University of Connecticut professor of molecular and cell biology James Cole is working on identifying new therapeutics for COVID-19. June 22, 2020 - Anna Zarra Aldrich '20 (CLAS), Office of the Vice President for Research University of Connecticut professor of molecular and cell biology James Cole is […]Posted on June 23, 2020
- Three MCB Students Among the 2020 Biological Undergraduate Research Colloquium Award WinnersMisbah Aziz (Mellone Lab) received the Outstanding Senior in MCB award, Kelsey Herbert (Campellone Lab) received the Biology Directors Award, and Alyssa Ferreira received the Excellence in Applied Genetics and Technology Award. Assignment of all awards is made by the Biology Honors Committee following the Biology Undergraduate Research Colloquium held annually during the last week […]Posted on June 12, 2020
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