Anthony Carvalloza joined Rockefeller five months ago as head of Information Technology. His main goal is to build out the departments computing and bioinformatics services to better serve the needs of our scientists.
At Rockefeller, we pride ourselves on maintaining the highest standard of safety in our labs. Yet accidents do happen, which is why the Lab Safety office takes a highly proactive and diversified approach in their effort to prevent work-related injuries.
On a Saturday in October, Rockefeller staffers led close to 20 guided tours as part of a citywide program. Read about the event and take our quiz to make sure you know your campus architecture.
During a recent briefing in the nation’s capital, some of Rockefeller’s leading neuroscientists spoke about the university’s newly established Kavli Neural Systems Institute. Joining them were representatives from the Kavli Foundation, the U.S. Congress, and federal and private research organizations.
The funding renewal will support research initiatives within Rockefeller’s interdisciplinary Center for Basic and Translational Research on Disorders of the Digestive System, which brings together around 20 labs.
The modernization of two floors in the Rockefeller Research Building will result in new space for four structural biology labs to collaborate and share equipment.
The partnership between The Rockefeller University, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, and Weill Cornell Medical College is now accepting new funding proposals for the development of small molecule therapies.
The first visible sign of the university’s ambitious expansion project—the construction of a new “river campus” and a 135,600 square-foot laboratory building over the FDR Drive—arrived on June 15 in the form of a small excavator and a few dozen orange and white road barriers.
Before retiring to Maine in 1991, Lila Magie was an indomitable force at Rockefeller for 41 years, working with five university presidents and rising from stenographer to head of non-academic personnel, and then to director of faculty administration and corporate secretary to the Board of Trustees.
The Rockefeller University Child and Family Center, long one of the university’s most coveted perks for parents and a model for work-site child care facilities nationwide, will expand by 40 percent this year, with five new classrooms to be constructed on the second floor of the Graduate Students Residence. The expansion, which will double the number of highly desirable infant spots available in the program as well as add new seats for toddlers and preschoolers, is the first increase in the CFC’s size since 2001 and will help shorten a lengthy admissions waitlist that some families remain on for two years or more.