The Rowland Junior Fellowship Program was established to fund young scholars who will perform ground-breaking research program in their chosen field. Rowland Junior Fellows are selected from all areas of experimental science and engineering. The Fellowship funds independent research for up to five years. Apply at Rowland Junior Fellowship Program.
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With RJF Katja Taute - Taute Lab - Physics and ecology of motile strategies.
With RJF Ye Tao - Tao Lab - Experimental physics, material science & mechanistic chemistry
The Rowland Institute is also home to:
- Airway bacteria drive a progressive COPD-like phenotype in mice with polymeric immunoglobulin receptor deficiency
- Using “omics” and integrated multi-omics approaches to guide probiotic selection to mitigate chytridiomycosis and other emerging infectious diseases
- Getting the Hologenome Concept Right: an Eco-Evolutionary Framework for Hosts and Their Microbiomes
- A Convergent and Essential Interneuron Pathway for Mauthner-Cell-Mediated Escapes
- Phenotypic states become increasingly sensitive to perturbations near a bifurcation in a synthetic gene network
- Deciphering transcriptional dynamics in vivo by counting nascent mRNA molecules
Congratulations 2016 Rowland Fellows!
This year we are pleased to welcome -
Haotian Wang "Developing Highly Efficient Electrocatalysts for Renewable Energy Applications" is from Stanford University, Stanford, CA.
Katja Taute "Optimality and Constraints of Bacterial Motility Strategies" is from FOM Institute, AMOLF, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
Daniel Congreve "Manipulation of Excitonic Energy in Devices" is from MIT, Cambridge, MA.
Ye Tao " '3D-AFM' for Heterogenous Materials" is from ETH Physics, Zurich, Switzerland.