CBCB Affiliated Faculty member and healthcare informatics researcher, Susan Conaty-Buck, has been named recipient of the 2022 State Advocate Award of Excellence from the American Association of Nurse Practitioners (AANP). This award is presented annually in recognition of outstanding achievements by nurse practitioners and advocates within each state who have made a significant contribution toward increasing awareness and recognition of nurse practitioners (NPs).
CBCB’s Applied Bioinformatics Certificate is among UD’s College of Engineering’s Best Online Program as ranked by U.S. News & World Report in its 2022 U.S. News Best Online Programs.
CBCB mourns the loss of our Affiliated Faculty, Dr. Hagit Shatkay. She served as a professor for the Center for Bioinformatics and Computational Biology and was considered a bioinformatics expert. Her research interests focused on biomedical computing, computational biomedicine and computational methods in the sciences, including biology, medicine and physics.
CBCB mourns the loss of our Adjunct Faculty member, Harbinder Singh Dhillon. Dr. Dhillon was a Professor of Molecular Genetics of Behavior Development at Delaware State University.
CBCB Affiliated Faculty, Erin Sparks is getting much closer to understanding plant mechanics thanks to an engineering-based approach typically used on manmade structures.
CBCB Affiliated Faculty, Julie Maresca and collaborators show how bacterial communities live and change in concrete.
CBCB Affiliated Faculty, Salil Lachke work with colleagues at the Kaiser Permanente Division of Research and 23andMe Inc., has found 54 locations on the human genome that are associated with the risk of age-related cataracts, the leading cause of blindness worldwide.
CBCB Affiliated Faculty, Eleftherios (Terry) Papoutsakis is developing a system to produce bioenergy from a mix of microbes that can convert carbon dioxide into useful chemicals.
Kelly Mulholland is among 10 doctoral students awarded dissertation prizes for 2020 and 2021. Mulholland received the Interdisciplinary Research Prize for her work developing tools and techniques to identify bacteria, viruses and fungi found in a chicken’s respiratory...
CBCB Visiting Scholar, Jennifer Wyffles led a major project to artificially inseminate sharks. She did the sperm microscopy work associated with the study at UD’s BioImaging Core.
CBCB Affiliated Faculty, Salil Lachke's lab has been awarded a $1.6 million NIH grant based on the breakthrough discovery a new gene.
CBCB's Applied Bioinformatics (certificate) is part of the three University of Delaware online graduate programs ranked among the best in the nation by U.S. News & World Report in its 2021 U.S. News Best Online Programs.