Rutgers undergraduate students from many different departments perform research in CABM laboratories under the supervision of both School of Arts and Sciences (SAS) and Robert Wood Johnson Medical School (RWJMS) faculty members. During the academic year, research is often conducted for credit in departmental programs. Additionally, many departments offer outstanding students the opportunity to complete senior honors theses and designation as SAS Paul Robeson Scholars while pursuing research projects in CABM laboratories. The Aresty Research Center for Undergraduates (ARC) provides resources and funding for undergraduate research throughout the Rutgers-New Brunswick campus.
Students from many different graduate programs within the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences at RWJMS and the Rutgers Graduate School–New Brunswick perform thesis research in CABM laboratories. Information about specific graduate programs can be found on the following sites:
BioMaPS – Computational Biology and Molecular Biophysics
Biotechnology Training Program
Graduate Programs in Molecular Biosciences
Cell and Developmental Biology
Cellular and Molecular Pharmacology
Microbiology and Molecular Genetics
Physiology and Integrative Biology
Robert Wood Johnson Medical School MD/PhD Program
CABM laboratories offer excellent post-graduate training for future careers in academia, pharma, and biotech industries. Beyond the laboratory experience, postdoctoral fellows have the opportunity to participate in an active Rutgers–Robert Wood Johnson Postdoctoral Association (PDA) that offers a variety of career development resources and activities. Applicants should contact CABM faculty directly to inquire about available postdoctoral positions.