In 1999, through an unprecedented interdisciplinary effort of faculty from the College of Agriculture, Samuel Ginn College of Engineering, College of Human Sciences, College of Liberal Arts, Harrison School of Pharmacy, College of Sciences and Mathematics, College of Veterinary Medicine, more than 75 scientists joined forces to establish the Auburn University Cell and Molecular Biosciences program.
The AU-CMB program is built upon research strengths of Auburn life science faculty, and recognized institutional excellence and dedication to teaching. At the core of this peak is a commitment to education at both undergraduate and graduate levels.
2009 CMB Doctoral Graduate Research Assistants
Congratulations to Justin Havird, Eva Simanyi, Lindsey Smith and Susan Balanger for an excellent showing at
SEEC at Georgia Tech, http://www.seec.biology.gatech.edu/ using genome-enabled approaches to answer questions in ecology and evolution.
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The Seventh Annual Auburn University Undergraduate Research and Creative Scholarship Forum
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Jordan Anderson, AU-CMB Undergraduate Researcher wins Rhodes
Scholarship! For more information
Narendra K. Singh, Professor
Department of Biological Sciences
will offer Plant Gene Expression (Biol 5320 /6320: 4 credit) and Small Regulatory RNA (Biol 4950: 1 credit).For contact information, click here.
Alan Wilson , Assistant Professor
Department of Fisheries and Allied Aquacultures,
will offer graduate level, Special Problems in Fisheries and Allied
Aquacultures (FISH 7960/8960 2 credits) Summer 2010. For contact information, click here.
Scott Santos, Assistant Professor
Biological Sciences , will offer Advanced Biocomputing in the Fall of 2010. For more information, click here.
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Pinkert CA, Trounce IA.
Methods Cell Biol. 2007 ;80: 549-69.
Generation of transmitochondrial mice: development of xenomitochondrial mice to model neurodegenerative diseases.