Welcome to the CUAJUNGCO LAB



The Cuajungco laboratory is a molecular and cellular biology laboratory. The goal of the laboratory is to integrate the Biological Science department’s inquiry-based pedagogy with hands-on, hypothesis-driven and cutting-edge research experience (one of the university’s high impact practices).

Information for High School, Undergraduate, and Graduate Students

Dr. Cuajungco encourages students (post-graduate, undergraduate, or high school) who are interested in his research to browse the website. Anyone who would like to participate in research should contact him for further information about opportunities at least 3 weeks before the semester starts (there is no guarantee that a space is available once the semester has started). For potential undergraduate students, please download and fill out the undergraduate student questionnaire by clicking here. For potential MS students, please download and fill out the MS applicant questionnaire by clicking here; however, also send your CV/resume and previous school transcripts (unofficial copy is acceptable).


What’s New

  1. 1.Dr. Cuajungco received the CSUPERB Research and Development grant in 2016 and NIH R15 AREA grant in 2017.

  2. 2.Dr. Cuajungco received early promotion to Full Professor effective August 2016.

  3. 3.Dr. Cuajungco becomes the MARC Program Coordinator in fall 2016 and teaches the MARC Proseminar (BIOL 480M) course in fall 2017.

Biological Science

Cell and Developmental Biology

Dan Black Hall 125

College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics 

California State University Fullerton

800 North State College Boulevard, Fullerton,

CA, 92831, USA

Kia Ora!  Haere Mai!  Wilkommen!

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 GIVE TO THE CSUF NEUROBIOLOGY RESEARCH FUNDhttp://biology.fullerton.edu/mcuajungco/math/GIVE_to_CSUF_Research_Fund.html

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