Our collaboration with Professor Monica Trujillo (QCC), Professor Davida Smyth (The New School), and the Westchester County Department of Environmental Facilities (DEF) to study the wastewater at County treatment plants to better understand the impact of COVID-19 on large urban areas was mentioned in the news.
04/27/16 Please join us on Friday, May 13th at 3 pm for Lauren A. Esposito’s Masters thesis defense. The defense of her thesis, “The evolutionary interpretations of viral host range and biodiversity through the analysis of codon usage bias”, will take place in the Science Building (SB) room D139. Refreshments will follow in SB D348 at 4:30pm.
04/02/16 Soon-to-be lab alumna Lauren Esposito is off to Mount Sinai this Fall to start a MPH in Epidemiology. Amazing work Lauren!
03/22/16 Please join us in congratulating Swati Gupta (BA ’15). She will be leaving us for the Accelerated Professional Master’s program in Cytotechnology at Thomas Jefferson University. Congrats Swati!
08/07/15 Lab lunch to see off David Toubiyan to med school in the Caribbean and Lixing He back to Penn State.
07/21/15 Please join us on Wednesday, September 2nd, 2015 for the Pre-Defense seminar for Brian E. Ford. Brian will be defending his thesis “Bacteriophage Φ6 As A Model For Virus Emergence”. The seminar will take place at 12 pm in Science Building D139. Refreshments will be served.
07/07/15 David Toubiyan (BA ’15) has been accepted to both the St. George’s University School of Medicine MD program and the Ross University School of Medicine. He will be going to St. George’s University.
06/16/15 Emily Y. Lin’s manuscript entitled “Tailored delivery of analgesics ziconotide across a blood brain barrier model using viral nanocontainers” was accepted for publication in Scientific Reports.
06/16/15 The Dennehy Lab phone numbers have changed.
Dr. Dennehy’s new office number is 718-997-3437.
The new lab number is 718-997-3233.
You can also find our contact information here.
05/27/15 Dr. Dennehy has moved his office. You can now find him on the third floor of the Science Building in room D-322.