CABM faculty perform cutting edge research in the areas of infectious disease, cancer, and neurodevelopmental/neurodegenerative disorders including AIDS, influenza, leukemia/lymphoma, autism, and metabolic diseases, facilitated by collaboration among investigators with expertise in different disciplines. Please visit the Faculty Profiles page for additional information.

Research Spotlights

Research in the News

May 2017

BENCH TO BEDSIDE

CABM research leads to a new drug for a fatal neurodegenerative childhood disease.


February 2017

BIOLOGICAL TRANSISTORS
Dr. Vikas Nanda and multi-disciplinary team design electronic devices from synthetic proteins.


January 2017

NLMFF GRANT
Dr. Jim Millonig awarded a three year grant from the Nancy Laurie Marks Family Foundation


October 2016

HHMI FACULTY SCHOLAR
Dr. Joseph Marcotrigiano receives research award funded by HHMI, Gates and Simons Foundations


September 2015

HEART RESEARCH
Drs. Ann Stock and Matthew Miller participate in investigations of a novel heart disease drug

ASPIRIN STUDY
Dr. Gaetano Montelione contributes to key collaborative study on the abilities of aspirin [Rutgers Today]

PATENT RECOGNITION
Drs. Peter Lobel and David Sleat are recipients of the 2015 Edison Patent Award in Biopharmaceuticals

October 2014

PRESIDENTIAL ORDER
CABM researcher Dr. Gaetano Montelione awarded National Science Foundation grant for President Obama's BRAIN Initiative

August 2014

STRUCTURE MATTERS
CABM congratulates Dr. Eddy Arnold on 2014 American Crystallographic Association Fellow

December 2013

EDWARD J. ILL AWARD
CABM congratulates Dr. Peter Lobel on Edward J. Ill Award for Outstanding Medical Research Scientist

August 2013

HONORED RESEARCH
CABM congratulates Dr. Eddy Arnold on Hyacinth honor for AIDS treatment research and development

July 2013

GLOBAL REACH
CABM and Program in American Language Studies collaborate for international training program

May 2013

EXCELLENCE AWARD
CABM researcher Dr. Joseph Marcotrigiano receives Rutgers Board of Trustees Research Fellowship honor [Rutgers FOCUS]

March 2013

STUDENT OPPORTUNITIES
CABM researcher Dr. Eddy Arnold outlines student opportunities in chemistry research [Rutgers School of Arts and Sciences]

February 2013

HIV GRANTS
CABM researcher Dr. Eddy Arnold awarded $10.1 million in grants for HIV research [Rutgers School of Arts and Sciences]

HIV PUZZLE
CABM researcher Dr. Eddy Arnold explains how understanding HIV assembly will help create better therapies [The Star-Ledger]

January 2013

AUTISM GRANT
CABM researcher Dr. James Millonig awarded $2.1 million grant for autism research

October 2012

HISTORY BOOK
CABM's enduring research history is chronicled in '25th Anniversary Reflections' book

September 2012

PATENT RECOGNITION
CABM researchers are honored for their various research patent achievements

June 2012

AARON J. SHATKIN: 1934 - 2012
CABM founding director and researcher passes away at the age of 77

May 2012

GOVERNMENT AWARD
CABM graduate assistant Fuguo Jiang receives the 2011 Chinese Government Award for Outstanding Self-Financed Students Abroad

April 2012

NOBEL OPENER
Nobel Laureate Harold Varmus speaks at inaugural Aaron J. Shatkin Lecture

October 2011

ATRIUM HONOR
CABM atrium is named in honor of Director Dr. Aaron Shatkin

September 2011

JOURNAL EDITOR
Dr. Ann Stock is appointed editor of the Journal of Bacteriology

July 2011

CABM TURNS 25: REFLECTIONS
Faculty and staff reflect and look to build on a quarter of a century of research excellence

CABM TURNS 25: SYMPOSIA
Take a look back at the speakers and topics of nearly two and a half decades of CABM’s annual symposium


June 2011

HIV, BEWARE
CABM researcher Dr. Eddy Arnold helps create a new drug to treat the human immunodeficiency virus


April 2011

HONORARY ALUMNUS
CABM congratulates University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey Scholarship Gala honoree Dr. Aaron Shatkin


July 2009

NEW INNOVATOR
Dr. Vikas Nanda earns the National Institutes of Health New Innovator Award