Perry N. Halkitis, the new dean of Rutgers School of Public Health, is cited for his scholarship and advocacy for gay men’s health.
Grace Ibitamuno Obienu juggles three passions – medicine, community health and writing fiction.
Research led by a Rutgers public health expert reveals poverty and inequalities contribute to premature deaths in India's capital city.
The program has an impressive track record drawing students from disadvantaged communities into the fields of health, mental health, public health and policy research.
A Rutgers infectious diseases expert discusses the myths and realities of the measles outbreak and the vaccine gap that has put certain adults at risk.
He is a nationally recognized researcher in the fields of health disparities and nicotine addiction in minority populations.
Thomas Golden will study ways to promote long-term health and reduce the toll of chronic disease at University College Cork.
Leila Jean Mady's feats include three advanced degrees and a life-altering New York marathon experience.
Rutgers' Joel C. Cantor explains how it will work, who should apply and what kind of assistance is available.
Experts have learned much from previous pandemics, Janet Golden says. Panic isn’t helpful. Knowledge and preparation are what is needed.
Joshua Miller says more studies are needed to determine if supplements and fortified foods are safe.