Current sophomore and declared Molecular Biology major Rohan Shah presents his poster titled “Toward an Understanding of Cisplatin Modifications to Cellular RNA.”
Ginger Zakian, Harry C. Wiess Professor in the Life Sciences and Professor Molecular Biology, was elected to the National Academy of Sciences.
Members of the Wühr lab have developed a new labeling technique that could increase the sensitivity and accuracy of proteomic experiments.
Researchers in the Toettcher and Avalos labs have found a way to use light to control genetically modified yeast and increase its output of commercially valuable chemicals.
From state-of-the-art theater lighting to microscopes that can visualize the delicate vascular system of a fruit fly, Princeton undergraduates are getting their hands on some of the most sophisticated equipment available today.
MOL Faculty Assistant Gail Huber was honored at the annual Service Recognition Luncheon for 30 years of service at Princeton. Also honored for 25 years of service were Girish Deshpande, Heping Jiang, and Saw Kyin.
A new study from the Murphy lab has identified a drug that extends egg viability in worms, a finding which could theoretically extend women’s fertility by three to six years.
Molecular Biology major Gabriel Joseph has been named a Knight-Hennessy Scholar and will pursue an MD degree at Stanford University.
Alexander Ploss, Assistant Professor, has received a New Jersey Health Foundation Innovation Grant to study hepatitis.
Eric Wieschaus, Squibb Professor in Molecular Biology and Howard Hughes Medical Institute Investigator, was awarded the 2018 Society for Developmental Biology Lifetime Achievement Award for "outstanding and sustained contributions in the field, exceptional mentoring, and service to the scientific community."
Jean Schwarzbauer will be awarded the 2018 Senior Investigator Award from the American Society for Matrix Biology.
Anna Schmedel, winner of the 2017 Arthur Epstein Award. The award is presented annually to a staff member who has demonstrated initiative, teamwork and extraordinary efforts in service to Molecular Biology.
Three Molecular Biology faculty members submitted technologies that were selected to receive funding through Princeton University’s Intellectual Property Accelerator Fund.