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Bacterial Cell Research to Advance with $1.2 million National Science Foundation Award to Rutgers–Camden Biology Professor

Bacterial Cell Research to Advance with $1.2 million National Science Foundation Award to Rutgers–Camden Biology Professor

By Ed Moorhouse Eric Klein, an assistant professor of biology at Rutgers University–Camden, is the recipient of a prestigious CAREER Award from the National Science Foundation. The five-year grant totaling $1.2 million will fund Klein’s research on the mysterious properties of a bacterial species known as Caulobacter crescentus. The Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) Program […]

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Research Seeks Ways to Fight Drug Resistant Bacteria

Research Seeks Ways to Fight Drug Resistant Bacteria

If the best defense is a good offense, then a preemptive strike to prevent bacteria from sticking to a cell might be the best way to improve treatment for bacterial infections and fight off drug resistant bacteria. “For many bacteria to infect you, they first stick to your cells, then get inside your cells and […]

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