Center for Computational and Integrative Biology at Rutgers-Camden

Center for Computational and Integrative Biology at Rutgers-Camden

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As we celebrate history-making women this month, it is also a time to consider the future. See perspectives from Rutgers leaders, including Kimberly Mutcherson, co-dean and professor at Rutgers Law School; Grace Brannigan, associate professor and graduate program director at the Center for Computational and Integrative Biology at Rutgers-Camden; and Monica Adya, dean and professor at the Rutgers School of Business—Camden.
As we celebrate history-making women this month, it is also a time to consider the future. See perspectives from leaders at Rutgers University, including Kimberly Mutcherson, co-dean and professor at Rutgers Law School; Grace Brannigan, associate professor and graduate program director at the Center for Computational and Integrative Biology at Rutgers-Camden; and Monica Adya, dean and professor at the Rutgers School of Business—Camden.
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NJ Senator Jim Beach issued a resolution honoring Jinglin Fu, associate professor of chemistry, who received the Early-Career Award for Scientists and Engineers from the U.S. Army Research Office. The $1 million award supports research conducted in Dr. Fu's lab, part of the Center for Computational and Integrative Biology at Rutgers-Camden.
MASTERS of DISASTERS at Amazing Escape Room Cherry Hill after a great CCIB Retreat!
Team PHD at Amazing Escape Room following the CCIB Annual Retreat
CCIB Retreat After Hours Event at the Amazing Escape Room
So VERY PROUD of our campus and this initiative!
Michael C. Picardi (Pick Picardi 2016)
Vice Presidential Candidate
SGA ONLINE ELECTION

To My Fellow Students:

SGA Election URL: https://rulinked.camden.rutgers.edu/election/start/100162

It has been brought to my attention the majority of students will not receive a link to the SGA Election until it is nearly over. My candidacy was formed in order to allow all students to get engaged in campus activities.

I am having this email forwarded out because I implore all of you to provide a fellow Transfer, Commuter, and Returning student the opportunity to fight for the representation that is so desperately needed. While I respect everyones right to choose, my campaign has been geared towards reaching out to everyone, so we together may establish pride on this campus once again.

Please vote, and consider the fact that out of the many other candidates, I am the only one with the enthusiasm and drive, to spend personal funds in order to reach out to everyone on campus with yard signs, buttons, and wristbands. I have also flooded the school with advertisements for several other candidates

Bring us together again as a campus! Do not submit to the obvious misrepresentation that takes place in all areas of our school life. Even for those of us who do not live here, we can all live the college experience! Do not allow $140,000 of our tuition money to continue being spent without the proper representation for the 86% of the students, who happen to be non-traditional college students!



Sincerely,


Michael C. Picardi
Student Lobbyist: Rutgers-Camden & Burlington County College
Political Science, History, and Philosophy
(856) 425-4285


“We must dissent from the indifference. We must dissent from the apathy. We must dissent from the fear, the hatred and the mistrust…We must dissent because America can do better, because America has no choice but to do better.” – Thurgood Marshall
Last year's REU Participants at the National Conference of Ugrad Research in Asheville, NC. CONGRATS, ladies!
CCIB Student Catherine Rosenberg featured in the press of Atlantic City:

CCIB is a research center dedicated to a cross-departmental approach to biological research already

The Rutgers Center for Computational and Integrative Biology (CCIB) is an exciting new initiative for the Camden Campus. The CCIB was established to reflect the cross-departmental approach to biological research already established among Rutgers-Camden faculty. The Center brings together leading research academics from the departments of Biology, Mathematics, Computer Science, Chemistry, and Physi

Operating as usual

09/29/2023

Congratulations to our colleagues at Rutgers School of Nursing—Camden, whose dedication and hard work have vaulted the school to #86 in ’s 2023-2024 list of Best Bachelor of Science in Nursing Programs. The school’s jump from #93 comes amid the celebration of its 50th anniversary. Read more: https://go.rutgers.edu/eryp3nyy

06/23/2023

Congratulations to Dr. Nawaf Bou-Rabee, , , , and Dr. Thomas Risch on their recent promotions and tenure appointments! https://bit.ly/3XmXVQV

06/23/2023

Tomorrow! Join our virtual event with Dr. Marc Stein on Wednesday, June 21 from 11 a.m. – 12 p.m.

Dr. Stein, Professor of History at San Francisco State University, will discuss the history of the LGBTQ+ movement during the 1960s and 1970s and its impact on LGBTQ+ communities today. Dr Stein will unpack the Stonewall riots, the early years of Pride events and his research on the LGBTQ+ communities in Philadelphia.

Register now: https://go.rutgers.edu/luz6yvdp

Building The Code 06/23/2023

Building The Code Supported by a $2M NRT grant, professor Grace Brannigan trains the next generation of computer simulation experts

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A view from the Campus Center at Rutgers University in Camden. Celebrating .

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From Rutgers University–Camden Spring 2023 Magazine: As AI continues to make headlines this week, Iman Dehzangi, assistant professor of computer science at Rutgers—Camden Arts and Sciences, explores how artificial intelligence can avoid inequity. Read more: https://go.rutgers.edu/2mqgph14

Read the full magazine here: magazine.camden.rutgers.edu

Beetle Juice 06/08/2023

Beetle Juice Professor Hunter King is using the secrets of beetles to create water for a drying world

STEM for All 06/08/2023

STEM for All STEMfor All By Leslie Garisto Pfaff “I am a scientist.” When Kwangwon Lee offers this simple statement, he’s not talking about himself—though he might well be. Lee, an associate professor of biology and program director of undergraduate biology at Rutgers–Camden, is also director of  MARC...

03/01/2023

Welcome to Dr. Suneeta Ramaswami, Professor of Computer Science, who accepted the role of Associate Dean of Faculty Affairs! We are so happy to have you on board. http://bit.ly/3IFZyCz

10/04/2022

Ride on!
The Beartooth Highway (US 212) has RE-OPENED. Take it slow as the road may be slick in places and there is fog.

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Grace Brannigan, associate professor of physics, has earned a $2 million National Science Foundation grant to advance artificial intelligence in biological research. Click here to read the story: https://go.rutgers.edu/urqk5cxn

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As a reminder, effective Monday, April 4, use of face coverings in offices, conference rooms, research labs, housing, and public spaces in buildings will be optional. However, face coverings will still be required in all teaching spaces (classrooms, lecture halls, seminar rooms, etc.), teaching labs, computer labs, buses, libraries, and clinical facilities. Additionally, face coverings will continue to be required in student-staff and student-faculty meeting spaces.

The decision to use face coverings in spaces where they are not required is entirely a matter of individual choice and should always be respected. As a practical matter, and in the event that the need arises, you should always carry a face covering.

We will continue to monitor and communicate any changes.

For more COVID-19 information, visit https://covid19.rutgers.edu

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HAPPY SPRING!!

Happy first day of spring, Scarlet Raptors!

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Due to the surge in COVID-19 cases and the dramatic spread of the Omicron variant, we are making important changes to how we will start the spring semester. Learn more: go.rutgers.edu/RUSpring2022

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Have a safe and happy Thanksgiving, Scarlet Raptors!

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08/28/2020
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All students moving in to on-campus housing must undergo COVID-19 PCR testing 1-3 weeks prior to move-in day. A second test will be done at move-in. Students should expect periodic testing throughout the semester. Find more information at https://go.rutgers.edu/lvs8hndm.

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