A biology major and chemistry minor, Gramajo is gaining first-hand healthcare experience.
Chemistry & Biochemistry
The graduating senior eventually plans to become an oral maxillofacial surgeon.
The grant will allow students to study how bacteria come together to cause infections.
Aspiring DNA cancer researcher Shereen Chaudhry aims to one day prevent the risk of certain human genetic diseases.
A variety of students and alumni are putting their knowledge to work on South Campus.
The Manhattan College graduate received a short-term award from the Fulbright program.
Students from all five undergraduate schools are conducting Manhattan College research in 2018.
Richard Kirchner, Ph.D., a School of Science professor emeritus who has inspired generations of Jaspers, continues crystallography research with students.
The future three-story facility will modernize the facilities supporting the College’s engineering and science programs.
The newest campus addition is the cornerstone of Manhattan College’s modernization of facilities, supporting its engineering and science programs.
Bryan Wilkins, Ph.D., a faculty member in the Biochemistry department, is working on chromatin remodeler complexes in living cells.
From May - August, five seniors from Palestine lived on campus and became part of the College community as active participants in the Summer Research Program at Manhattan.
The Camille and Henry Dreyfus Foundation honors Manhattan College's Richard Kirchner, professor emeritus of chemistry and biochemistry.
As Jean Donahue steps into her new role at Bronx Science, she plans to expand computer science and engineering programs.
Monika Gruca ’15 is searching for a sustainable way of converting chromium (VI), a carcinogenic form of chromium, into its healthy counterpart chromium (III), under the tutelage of John Regan, Ph.D.
Balkir’s experience in green chemistry and the environment will shape the development of the College’s forthcoming program in Environmental Science.
John Regan, 30-year veteran pharmaceutical researcher, will chair department.
In hopes of becoming an ophthalmologist like his father, Jerry D'Aversa ’14 traveled to Grenada to assist with sight-restoring surgeries.
John Butler ’86 leads his company to bring hope to hemophiliacs.