Petry's is among three projects, led by faculty teams from across the sciences and engineering, that aim to pioneer new discoveries with the potential to transform entire fields of inquiry and propel innovation. The projects were selected following a competitive application process.
Tess Kichuk, a Molecular Biology student in the Avalos lab, won the Graduate Student Impact Award.
Graduate Student Gabriel Moore was presented with the Diversity and Inclusion Advocacy award by D&I Committee Chair Mohamed Donia
Allison Muraswki and Andrew Bridges were presented with Awards for Achieving Great Science by Professor Ileana Cristea
Professor Yan has been named an Honorary International Member and joins a distinguished list of scholars in the area of Biochemistry, Biophysics, and Molecular Biology.
Orlovsky is one of three Princeton undergraduates to receive this annual award for outstanding undergraduates interested in careers in mathematics, the natural sciences and engineering.
Molecular Biology's Yibin Kang is among three principal investigators heading up the Ludwig Princeton Branch, a new branch of the Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research based at Princeton University.
A graduate student in the Gavis Lab, Doherty's study reveals that the Drosophila egg actually plays an active role not only in its own growth, but also in the growth of the surrounding nurse cells.
MOL BIO prides itself on its culture of diversity and inclusion. We condemn hatred and violence in any form.” Bonnie Bassler, HHMI, Chair, Department of Molecular Biology
A postdoc in the lab of Sabine Petry, Jodi is among 12 new early-career scholars who will receive support for their research.
Andrew Bridges has been named one of 15 new Damon Runyon Fellows. The recipients of this prestigious, four-year award are outstanding postdoctoral scientists conducting basic and translational cancer research in the laboratories of leading senior investigators across the country.
HHMI has named Princeton postdoctoral researcher and Molecular Biology graduate Sofia Quinodoz a 2020 Hanna Gray Fellow, bolstering her study into how the structures within cells contribute to disease. Quinodoz will receive up to $1.4 million over the next eight years.
Molecular Biology researchers Lei Wei and Alexander Ploss used a molecular biochemical approach to dissect how five cellular proteins contribute to an essential step in the life cycle of Hepatitis B virus (HBV), described in March 11, 2021 in the journal Nature Communications.
Gitai's research on “Poisoned-arrow” antibiotics and drug discovery platforms is among 7 Princeton projects recently funded.