Month: November 2017

Eric May has just been notified that he is one of four recipients of “The OpenEye Outstanding Junior Faculty Award in Computational Chemistry” by the American Chemical Society.

The other three awardees are from MIT (one in Chemical Engineering and one from the Department of Chemistry), and one from the University of Pittsburgh Department of Chemistry. The award will be presented at the ACS annual meeting in New Orleans this March 2018.

Congratulations to Rachel O’Neill, Professor of Molecular and Cell Biology, on her appointment as Director of the Institute for Systems Genomics (ISG).

The ISG was founded to facilitate and expand genomic research at UConn and has recently celebrated its 5th year at a symposium which featured, among other renown genomicists, Eric Greene, Director of the National Human Genome Research Institute as the keynote speaker. Dr. O’Neill is a genomicist studying how genomes of diverse organisms maintain their […]