Engineering Student Receives NIH Funding for Research
Melissa González received a federal grant that supports biomedical scientists from underrepresented groups.
Rising senior, Ariana Belton, gets published alongside her faculty mentor and peers in their article "Deconstructing the Origins of Sexual Dimorphism in Sensory Modulation of Pancreatic β Cells."
Deconstructing the Origins of Sexual Dimorphism in Sensory Modulation of Pancreatic β Cells
Congratulations to the Class of 2021
LSAMP Class of 2021 Facts our students have big goals
LSAMP student publishes first scientific article with American Chemical Society. Abdor Rahman Ahmed is a sophomore at Rutgers.
Abdor Rahman Ahmed publishes Origami-Inspired Approaches for Biomedical Applications
The Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation (LSAMP) is an NSF-funded program that provides academic support and specialized advising for students from historically underrepresented groups who wish to enter non-medical STEM professions.
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