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James Millonig receives Autism Research Program (ARP) Idea Development Award from Department of Defense
April 19, 2022
James Millonig receives Autism Research Program (ARP) Idea Development Award from Department of Defense

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Massively parallel reporter perturbation assays uncover temporal regulatory architecture during neural differentiation
March 21, 2022
Massively parallel reporter perturbation assays uncover temporal regulatory architecture during neural differentiation
Nature Communications

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Rutgers Microbiologists’ Research Subject of Feature-Length Documentary
March 18, 2022
Rutgers Microbiologists’ Research Subject of Feature-Length Documentary
Rutgers Research News

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Some people request 4th COVID-19 shot as booster immunity wanes
February 14, 2022
Some people request 4th COVID-19 shot as booster immunity wanes
NJ Spotlight News

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Recurrent Excitatory Feedback From Mossy Cells Enhances Sparsity and Pattern Separation in the Dentate Gyrus via Indirect Feedback Inhibition
February 10, 2022
Recurrent Excitatory Feedback From Mossy Cells Enhances Sparsity and Pattern Separation in the Dentate Gyrus via Indirect Feedback Inhibition
Frontiers in Computational Neuroscience

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Alexander Valvezan receives Breast Cancer Alliance Young Investigator Award
February 7, 2022
Alexander Valvezan receives Breast Cancer Alliance Young Investigator Award

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Rutgers Microbiologists’ Research Subject of Feature-Length Documentary
Gloria Dominguez Bello and Martin Blaser sitting on couch

Rutgers Microbiologists’ Research Subject of Feature-Length Documentary

“The Invisible Extinction” chronicles the pioneering work of globetrotting microbiome researchers Martin Blaser and Maria Gloria Dominguez-Bello

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