In The New England Journal of Medicine, the Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences chancellor explores why long-sought access to clinical trial data is underused.
Students are returning to new and renovated facilities across the Rutgers University system.
He is a leading researcher in the fight against AIDS and executive director of the Harvard AIDS Initiative.
A discovery by scientists from Rutgers University and the University of Pennsylvania could lead to new treatments for many of the 25 million people in the U.S. who suffer from asthma.
Rutgers' Brian Strom says the world has the tools to prevent hepatitis B and cure hepatitis C.
Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences has received $1M to study inflammatory skin conditions and wound repair.
Rutgers is providing all its health professions students with a foundation in interprofessional collaboration.
Rutgers’ Joseph Apuzzio, who treats high-risk pregnancies, outlines immediate steps pregnant women can take.
Reynold Panettieri will develop the university’s clinical and translational science institute.
Brian Strom, chancellor of Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences, is leading an Institute of Medicine committee studying whether the disease can be eliminated.
Rutgers' School of Nursing introduces students to the white coat ceremony, a tradition for medical students underscoring humanistic care that is becoming a rite of passage in the nursing profession.
The New Jersey Department of Human Services has certified the Healthy Greater Newark ACO as a Medicaid Accountable Care Organization to serve three zip codes where the need for health care services is high.
Gloria Tillery began at the plant as a secretary 20 year ago. Now she's the second woman in New Jersey to earn a gold seal engineering license.
Rutgers has selected Sherine Gabriel, dean of Mayo Medical School, an established NIH-funded investigator of the rheumatic diseases.
Gwendolyn Mahon brings a strong background in research and academic administration.
He is a nationally recognized researcher in the fields of health disparities and nicotine addiction in minority populations.
The pledge from the Embrace Kids Foundation supports the recruitment of an academic leader and research in pediatric cancer and blood disorders.
The free guide is aimed at residents of Newark and its suburbs.
The institute's new leader is considered one of the world’s top neuroscientists.
The consolidation of Rutgers College of Nursing and School of Nursing holds great promise for New Jersey and beyond.