Dr. Glover has been awarded the Class of ’61 Professorship. This highly competitive Professorship recognizes faculty who have received the rank of associate professor and have shown excellence in teaching, research and service. He also received the Eleanor and Joseph F. Libsch Early Career Research Award, honoring a faculty member or members early in their research career demonstrating the potential for high-quality research and scholarship.
Members of the Glover Lab attended the Gorden Research Conference on Membrane Protein Folding At Stonehill College in Massachusetts. Sarah Plucinsky presented a poster entitled "Biophysical characterization of caveolin-1". The group published a review in the Journal of rare diseases research and treatment entitled "The C-terminal domain of caveolin-1 and pulmonary arterial hypertension: An emerging relationship". Lucie Loftus attended the ACS MidAtlantic regional meeting in Hershey, Pennsylvania.
Former Glover lab member Kyle Root accepted a tenure track position at Lock Haven University. Former lab member Monica Rieth (Ph.D.) accepted a visiting professorship at Southern Illinois University in Edwardsville.