Your generous gift to helps support:
CABM General Fund:
Important cutting edge medical research in the areas of infectious disease, cancer, and neurodevelopmental/neurodegenerative disorders including AIDS, hepatitis C, influenza, leukemia/lymphoma, autism, and metabolic diseases, facilitated by collaboration among investigators with expertise in different disciplines.
Vital educational and training opportunities for undergraduate/ graduate students and post-doctoral fellows as they develop into the next generation of medical research scientists.
Summer Undergraduate Research Experience (SURE):
Undergraduate students conducting research in CABM laboratories have an opportunity to participate in a nine-week summer program. In addition to training and mentoring in individual laboratories, students meet weekly as a group with graduate student and postdoctoral program leaders to discuss and present their research projects and to learn about research challenges and career opportunities from faculty speakers. Many summer research scholars continue doing research in CABM laboratories for credit during the academic year and go on to graduate and medical schools and careers in science and biomedicine. CABM gratefully acknowledges corporate and private donations that support this program.
CABM Lecture Series Fund:
CABM hosts an annual seminar series promoting its goal of the advancement of knowledge in the life sciences for the improvement of human health. The CABM Lecture Series is open to all in the Rutgers community.
CABM Research Excellence Fund:
To be used exclusively to enhance CABM resident faculty investigator-initiated research activities by providing funds for equipment purchase, equipment maintenance/repair, or large instrumentation facility support as designated by the Director of CABM and approved by the CABM Faculty Equipment Committee
Dr. Aaron J Shatkin Endowed Lectureship:
To recognize the scientific achievements and the excellence in science and education fostered by CABM founding director, Aaron Shatkin, an endowed annual lectureship was established in his name and announced at the 25th Anniversary CABM Symposium in October 2011. Dr. Shatkin attended the inaugural lecture, delivered by Dr. Harold Varmus in April 2012.
If you have any questions about CABM or would like to discuss other ways that you can support CABM, please contact:
Director of Development, Scientific Research
120 Albany Street Plaza - Room 305
New Brunswick, NJ 08901