Bioinformatics

Student Organizations

Students in the Bioinformatics Program are invited to join student clubs from the Biology and Chemistry Departments. These clubs provide a valuable opportunity to meet other students, learn more about career opportunities, hear from visiting speakers and have fun!

American Chemical Society
A group of chemistry and biochemistry majors hold bi-weekly meetings, attend monthly American Chemical Society dinners at various locations to hear industry updates, and meet to discuss job opportunities and career decisions. The groups Bi-Annual Service Project is cleaning a section of Main St. in Glassboro.
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Greg Caputo
(856) 256-5463, 301A Science Hall
caputo@rowan.edu

Biology Club
The Biology Club organizes a number of different educational, career and social events every year. The Club is also engaged in numerous activities which include research-oriented field trips and visits by outside graduate program coordinators. Other field trips have included the Mutter Medical Museum in Philadelphia and Baltimore's Inner Harbor.

Health Professions Society
The members of the Health Professions Club invite speakers who have expertise in health or other professional fields, in preparing for application to medical, dental or other professional schools, and in visiting places of interest.