“I spent my Pre-Co-Op tenure seeking out novel opportunities.”
Last month, a pipeline agreement was finalized between Northeastern University’s biotechnology program and Loyola University Maryland to streamline the admissions process for prospective Master’s students.
Northeastern’s accomplished chemistry professor, Dr. Paul Vouros, is retiring after 42 years of teaching and research. His work developing chromatographic methods coupled with mass spectrometry, has led him to many research applications and collaborations around the world.
Electronic screens whose color-changing technology is inspired by squids. Skin constructed in the lab from protein fibers to mimic the aging process and test products that may slow it down.
On November 14, students in Northeastern’s Biotechnology Professional Science Master’s program gathered in the Curry Student Center to hear their classmates describe the pre-co-op work experiences they had performed during the summer semester. Co-op Coordinator Vanecia Harrison-Sanders moderated the panel. The intent of the pre-co-op is to provide “real-world” learning in industry, government, teaching hospitals, and academic research […]
Northeastern’s Dr. Alexandros Makriyannis and team reveal structure of the receptor in the brain that leads to the high associated with THC—the psychoactive ingredient in marijuana.
Discover how Biotech co-op coordinator Vanecia Harrison-Sanders helps students discover their passion through experiential opportunities.
Sleeping sickness is an insect-borne, parasitic disease found in sub-Saharan Africa. The disease is transmitted by the tsetse fly, which are large flies (similar to a horsefly) that live off of vertebrate animal blood, including humans.
To advance Northeastern’s standing as a go-to institution for academic researchers interested in drug discovery is the vision of Dr. Diomedes Logothetis, the new chair of the Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences.
New research led by Northeastern University suggests that Alzheimer’s disease may not progress like falling dominoes, as conventional wisdom holds, with one molecular event sparking the formation of plaques throughout the brain.