Engagement in research is a requirement for students in our biology bachelor’s degree programs. You’ll gain experience as you develop a hypothesis, create a plan to test it, troubleshoot, and draw conclusions from the results.
Recent Student Research
Dylan Chudoff ’17, Isolation of a Novel Arthobacter sp. Phage with a Robust New Method. (Research at Cabrini College and Immaculata University)
Pamela Myers ’16, Zefanne Bergado ’15 and Ashley Gonzalez ’17, Neofunctionalization of Candida glabrata PMU3 as a thiamine phosphatase. (Research at Immaculata University)
Danielle Lopez and Rebecca Oulton ’15, DNA barcoding of Diptera Nematocera. (Research at Immaculata University)
Kate Crossman and Meagan Fitzgerald ’14, Neofunctionalization of the Family of PMU Genes in Candida glabrata. (Research at Immaculata University)
Jorge Bacigalupo ’13, Control of Gestational Diabetes via Use of Insulin Eye Drops: A Mouse Model. (Research at Immaculata University)
Allison Jakeman ’12, A Study in Familial Scoliosis. (Research at Immaculata University and University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey)