• Allison Hall with advisor Professor Mark Rose
    October 9, 2016

    Molecular Biology graduate students were presented with this year's department awards at the Annual Retreat on October 7th.


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  • Sabine Petry and Jared Toettcher
    October 4, 2016

    Molecular Biology Assistant Professors Sabine Petry and Jared Toettcher are both recipients of a 2016 NIH Director's New Innovator Award. 

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  • Bonnie Bassler
    August 24, 2016

    Bassler was recognized for her "major role in the discovery that Earth’s most ancient unicellular organisms communicate with one another via chemical signalling molecules," a process known as quorum sensing.

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  • Yibin Kang
    August 24, 2016

    A former Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, a Duke sociologist who has given decades of service and millions of dollars to the university, and a researcher tackling the most common cause of cancer death will be the first inductees into the Duke Graduate School Few-Glasson Alumni Society.

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  • Alexei Korennykh
    August 15, 2016

    Associate Professor Alexei Korennykh is a recipient of the Bert L and N Kuggie Vallee Foundation 2016 Young Investigator Award. The Vallee Foundation seeks originality, innovation, and pioneering work by men and women who are dedicated to understanding fundamental biological processes.

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  • Ileana Cristea
    August 11, 2016

    Professor Ileana Cristea has been elected as the next President of the American Human Proteome Organization (US-HUPO).

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  • Photo of Alexander Ploss in lab.
    June 30, 2016

    Assistant Professor Alexander Ploss was selected as a recipient of the Burroughs Wellcome Fund Investigators in the Pathogenesis of Infections Disease (PATH) Award for 2016.

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  • Photo of zebrafish skeleton
    June 10, 2016

    A new study in zebrafish suggests that irregular fluid flow through the spinal column brought on by gene mutations is linked to a type of scoliosis that can affect humans during adolescence.

  • Graphic image WWS Reacts
    June 6, 2016

    The Senate voted last week to advance $1.1 billion in emergency funding to help fight the spread of Zika, a mosquito-borne virus that is particularly harmful to pregnant women.

  • Graphic of 2016 Fellowships
    April 28, 2016

    Eight fellowships were awarded to Molecular Biology postdoctoral fellows, Jia Peng, Qiang Ding, Matthew Niepielko, Heath Johnson, Rachel Kadzik, and Angela Mitchell; graduate student, Alexander Goglia; and former postdoctoral fellow, Rumela Chakrabarti. 

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  • Image of mosquitoes mating
    April 25, 2016

    Eight new research projects, from novel ways to control mosquitoes to a telescope for studying the Big Bang, have been awarded funding through the Dean for Research Innovation Funds at Princeton University.

  • Photo of Yibin Kang
    April 8, 2016

    Yibin Kang, Princeton University's Warner-Lambert/Parke-Davis Professor of Molecular Biology, is among 16 researchers to be named Komen Scholars by Susan G. Komen, the world's leading breast cancer organization.

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  • Photo of Yibin Kang, Alexei Korennykh and Jared Toettcher
    March 17, 2016

    The Department of Molecular Biology has announced the recipients of the 2016 MOL BIO Innovation Awards. These awards are for MOL faculty who propose research projects that stretch the PIs, their labs, and the department in new directions, and possibly lay the groundwork for externally funded grants.

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  • Photo from Artwork and Gargoyles image gallery
    March 2, 2016

    Five projects — ranging from a way to make the Internet of Things more secure to a new strategy for discovering antibiotics — have been awarded funding through Princeton's Intellectual Property Accelerator (IPA) Fund. The projects were chosen for their potential to become technologies or products that can benefit society.

  • Photo of staining of cilia in zebrafish...
    February 24, 2016

    A new study of a protein found in cilia – the hair-like projections on the cell surface – may help explain how genetic defects in cilia play a role in developmental abnormalities, kidney disease and a number of other disorders.