on Busch Campus of Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, the
Waksman Institute of Microbiology is an interdisciplinary research
institute devoted to excellence in basic research. Focus areas include
developmental biology, cell biology, biochemistry, structural biology,
genetics, and genomics.
Molecular Biology and Biochemistry:
Current areas of study include understanding the role of chromatin in
transcriptional regulation, RNA processing, DNA replication and
transposition, protein folding and molecular recognition, circadian
rhythm, signal transduction, cell cycle control, cell death and
Chemistry and Chemical Biology:
This department is home to a broad array of world class research
programs in biophysical, inorganic, materials, organic and physical
chemistry that impact life in areas as diverse as health, energy, and
The department encourages and fosters research, dissemination of
knowledge and public service aimed at understanding and contributing to
advances in the genetics of humans and model organisms.
Plant Biology and Pathology:
The department promotes the multidisciplinary study of challenges
facing society in areas that cover the biological spectrum from
organisms to ecosystems, with an equal emphasis on the social and human
dimensions of these challenges.
Wednesday, January 11, 2017 11:30 AM - 1:30 PMEastern Time
Rutgers University - Busch CampusWaksman InstituteRoom 1001190 Frelinghuysen RoadPiscataway,, New Jersey 08854
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