Innovator of the Year
Dr. Tom Laue received this award for his development of new instruments and approaches to analyze biomolecular interactions. Learn more…
Why I love Bacteria
Please join us for the first annual Samuel C. Smith Visiting Lectureship in Molecular Medicine as we welcome Dr. Richard Roberts, Chief Scientific Officer with New England BioLabs and 1993 Nobel Laureate in Physiology or Medicine. Dr. Roberts' talk, Why I Love Bacteria, promises to be exciting. Learn more>>>>
Journey to the Hot Zone
When Victoria Jensen '97, '00G was an undergraduate, she made a connection with her mentor, Dr. Frank Rodgers, over smallpox. For Jensen the realization that she too could work on diagnostics for a devastating disease was eye-opening. Today Jensen works for the National Biodefense Analysis and Countermeasures Center (NBACC) and is the Deputy Director of its National Biological Threat Characterization Center (NBTCC). Learn more >>>
Cellular and Molecular Biology Research
Watch the short film highlighting the opportunities for research in cellular and molecular biology at UNH. Learn more...
Faces of MCBS
- MCBS Spring 2015 Seminar Series - Dr. Rebecca Calisi, Columbia University, Feb. 2nd, Rudman G89, 4:10 p.m.
- MCBS Grad Seminar - Krist Hausken, Feb. 3rd, Rudman Hall G89, 12:40 p.m.
- Samuel C. Smith Visiting Lectureship in Molecular Medicine, Dr. Richard Roberts, New England BioLabs, Feb. 3, 2013, 3:00 p.m., MUB - Strafford Room
- MCBS Grad Seminar - Michael Irwin, Feb. 5th, Rudman Hall G89, 12:40 pm.