Professor Andy Singson teaches in the Department of Genetics and is a member of Graduate Programs in Molecular Biosiences as well as the Waksman Institure of Microbiology. He has research interests in the molecular mechanism of fertilization (sperm-egg interactions). The long-term goal of research in his lab is to understand the molecular events that mediate gamete recognition, adhesion, signaling and fusion. The genetic and molecular dissection of these events will also provide insights relevant to other important cell-cell interactions during the development of multicellular organisms. In his free time, Dr. Singson is also the faculty advisor for the Rutgers University Cycling Team.