About

Welcome to The Rutgers University Microbiome Program (RUMP)! RUMP is located in the Center for Advanced Biotechnology & Medicine at the Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School. 

The Rutgers University Microbiome Program (RUMP) is a newly established, university-wide initiative that will focus on Microbiome Science Research, Education, Clinical Care, Technology transfer, and Community Outreach. The program aims to achieve excellence and become a national/international leader in an emerging science frontier, that will enhance the education of Rutgers students, enhance the academic standards and reputation of Rutgers University, fuel the economic development of New Jersey, and improve the health of New Jersey residents, and people everywhere.

Contact

Veenat Parmar, MPH
Program Administrator - RUMP
Vp232@cabm.rutgers.edu
(848)-445-9815
679 Hoes Lane West Piscataway, NJ 08854

 

Unsupervised hierarchical clustering of the 59 most abundant and differential miRNAs in studies of type 1 diabetes in NOD mice.

This is unsupervised hierarchical clustering of the 59 most abundant and differential

miRNAs in studies of type 1 diabetes in NOD mice done by Sandra Yin with

Dr. Xuesong Zhang in Dr Martin Blaser's lab.

 

Fluorescence in situ hybridization of commensal bacteria in the mucus layer of the small intestine.

This is fluorescence in situ hybridization of commensal bacteria (red) in the mucus layer of the small

intestine (nuclei in blue). The image was taken by a MD/PhD student in Dr. Karen Edelblum's lab, Madeleine Hu.