Cell and Molecular Seminar Series
All seminars are at 12:00 p.m.
2 Medical Center Drive, Room 290
New Pipeline Program Posts Impressive Results
DO-ABLE, a pipeline program that provides undergraduate and GSBS pre-medical students with an inside look at the medical student experience at SOM, has completed its first nine sessions with impressive results. Developed by OMS-4 Taiwo Temitope Ajumobi and GSBS students Karon Millar and Hina Mujadad, the program has hosted 38 GSBS students and eight Rowan undergrads since its inception. Each daylong session included time to explore the online "Introduction to Osteopathic Medicine" course, attend a lecture or Problem Based Learning class, shadow a current medical student in the OMM lab, and meet with representatives from the SOM Admissions office. Attendees also completed pre- and post-program assessments that gauged their understanding of osteopathic medicine
In April, Student Doctor Ajumobi will present research results at the 2019 AACOM annual conference showing that 99 percent of participants demonstrated an increase in knowledge and understanding of osteopathic meidcine and osteopathic medical school as a result of their attendance.
RowanGSBS Has a New Linkage with RowanSOM
Students enrolled in the Biomedical Sciences program at GSBS are now eligible for a guaranteed interview with Rowan University School of Osteopathic Medicine. In order to be eligible for this linkage, students must complete a minimum of 18 credits at GSBS, have an overall GPA of at least a 3.60 and a 500 MCAT score. Eligible students must contact the GSBS office once the application to RowanSOM has been submitted.
RowanGSBS Fall Research Retreat Poster Winners
Junior Trainee Division 1st Place: Leah Horvat “The Effects of Methylphenidate on Catecholamine Neurotransmission in the Prefrontal Cortex of Rats Following Repeated Mild Traumatic Brain Injuries”
Junior Trainee Division 2nd Place: Claire Corbett “Investigating Neuroadaptation Underlying Sex Differences in Cue-Induced Cocaine Craving”
Platform Presentation Award: Arnab Ghosh “TRAPping bad ribosomes: a general cellular strategy to mitigate proteotoxic stress”
Senior Trainee Division 1st Place: Brandon Trainor “Progress on an Adapted Cell Free Expression Approach to Analyze Translational Effects of Ribosomal Damage”
Senior Trainee Division 2nd Place: Daniel Smethurst “The activity of Arf1/Arf2 and their exchange factors regulates cyclin C localization in S. cerevisiae”
Outstanding Academic Achievement in Master of Biomedical Sciences
Delis Tejeda received the Rowan University Award for Outstanding Academic Achievement in Master of Biomedical Sciences at the Rowan University Awards Dinner on May 15, 2019.
Outstanding Academic Achievement in Master of Science
James Jarrett received the Rowan University Award for Outstanding Academic Achievement in Master of Science at the Rowan University Awards Dinner on May 15, 2019.
Award for Outstanding Academic Achievement in Doctoral Research
Gabrielle Hillman received the Rowan University Award for Outstanding Achievement in Doctoral Research at the Rowan University Awards Dinner on May 15, 2019.
RowanSOM Research Day Poster Winners
1st Place: Kyle Hubble, “Elucidating the Role of TACO1 in Yeast Mitochondria”
2nd Place: Vincent Manna “Molecular Mechanisms of Airway Epithelial Tissue”
3rd Place: Brandon Trainor “Progress on an Adapted Cell-Free Expression Assay Derived From S.cerevisiae Extracts”
Master of Science in Molecular Pathology and Immunology Open House
Medical Diagnostic Laboratories, LLC
2439 Kuser Road
Hamilton, NJ 08690
Our annual MS in Molecular Pathology and Immunology Open House will take place on Friday, June 5, 2020 at the Medical Diagnostics Laboratories in Hamilton, NJ. Come learn about this 17-month, interactive learning experience that combines traditional classroom instruction with hands on experience at the region’s largest biotechnology consortium, the Genesis Biotechnology Group.
Use the form below to register for this event!