A diverse group of faculty is working to develop an integrated, universitywide program in ethics education, research and practice in the health sciences at Rutgers.
New therapies, medications and newborn screening programs have helped edge that figure up to middle age and beyond. Meet Julia Rae Schlucter, 21, a singer born with the genetic lung disease, who can now envision a future.
A new Rutgers study is giving hope to older men concerned about the effects of cholesterol-lowering medications on their sexual health.
The new Rutgers paves the way for an innovative interdisciplinary humanities course designed to graduate better doctors.
Rutgers researchers work across disciplines to shed light on an essential question: Why can some people, but not others, quit smoking for good?
The Tara Hansen Foundation works to raise awareness about maternal health.
Sleep deprivation and darkness can cause drivers to doze when they believe they are alert.
Rutgers is introducing a combined doctorate in pharmacy and medicine, believed to be the first of its kind.
New research at Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, shows metastasis and risk of death are reduced when the function of the gene HMGA2, is limited.