Undergraduates are strongly encouraged to participate in research. In doing so, a student will be applying their classroom knowledge and strengthening their laboratory skills. For students planning on a career or graduate school, such laboratory experience can be invaluable. Because biology students have a broad science background, they can work with researchers from many disciplines. Our students have worked in the Chemistry, Biomedical Engineering and Mathematics departments at NJIT, and also in various departments at UMDNJ (now RBHS).
For advice on how to get involved, please see the Undergraduate Opportunities page. Below you will see a sampling of research projects carried out by our students.
(Photo: Jasneet Kaur '07, in the lab of Prof. Ed Bonder of Rutgers University.)