Two Rutgers NJMS scientists are studying how worm infections can weaken immune systems – and life-saving vaccinations.
Richard Agag oversees complex microsurgeries in Nepal on his latest volunteer mission with ReSurge International.
The charity hockey game raised funds for students to collaborate on cleft lip and palate surgery for villagers overseas.
Rutgers intensifies its focus on maternal health to help reduce mortalities and premature births.
A Q&A with Rashi Aggarwal of Rutgers New Jersey Medical School's Department of Psychiatry about improving wellbeing for health care providers.
A tiny garden built by New Jersey Medical School students on a vacant Newark lot is benefiting neighborhood residents unable to find affordable quality fruits and vegetables nearby.
Anastasia Bogdanovski will swim the 200-meter freestyle event for Macedonia. She is a dual citizen of the United States and the Balkan state.
Rutgers University and Dartmouth College researchers find promise of a new treatment approach in a drug that targets HIV and prevents its rebound.
Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences has received $1M to study inflammatory skin conditions and wound repair.
New Jersey Medical School faculty members and alumni Jean Daniel Eloy and Jean Anderson Eloy draw their strength from family ties.
Rutgers’ Joseph Apuzzio, who treats high-risk pregnancies, outlines immediate steps pregnant women can take.
A Rutgers emergency medicine expert says Paris and more potential violence demonstrate a need to educate first responders and specialists.
When his father was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer, Ron Weiss chose to have him follow a plant-based diet. What he learned led Weiss to develop a farm-based primary care medical practice.
Following their medical education in New Jersey, Serena Friedman and Bob Simpson became successful physicians and wine manufacturers in Paso Robles, California, and still have not met.
Victoria Lane is making a difference in people's lives as a patient advocate in a unique community health initiative and now plans to become a nurse.
The liver transplant center at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School is one of just two such units in the state.
Driven by their own initiative and supportive faculty, two New Jersey Medical School students recently participated in an international surgical mission to Haiti, performing medical tasks they have not yet executed at home.
Two Rutgers units, the Eagleton Center for Public Interest Polling and New Jersey Medical School, launch a series of health-related polls, starting with a look at risky driving behaviors.
Construction of an Honors College, academic building and residence halls continues as significant improvements are completed elsewhere.
Hanaa Hamdi examines how neighborhood food environments impact diet-related illnesses, such as diabetes and obesity.