Rutgers students rolled out Testable, an app that recreates the social, competitive atmosphere of studying with friends.
Rutgers' New Jersey Medical School is a test site for a first-of-its-kind study to determine whether infusing HIV-negative men with antibodies will prevent them from becoming infected.
Rutgers is taking a leading role in an IBM-sponsored project that will use supercomputing power to identify potential drug candidates to cure the Zika virus.
The board also appointed holders of Tepper Family Chair in Visual Arts and Unilever Chair for Study of Diet and Nutrition for the Prevention of Chronic Disease.
The very chemical in chili peppers that sets one's mouth on fire has become a popular pain reliver.
Some new medical residents try to balance career plans with romantic dreams.
One in seven Americans with HIV is unaware of the infection..
A 30-year-old Rutgers undergraduate excels both in class and in a medical school laboratory.
After practicing law, French native Claire Sathe is a first-year medical student realizing a dream.
At least half of New Jerseyans are now trained in CPR and the Heimlich Maneuver, a Rutgers-Eagleton Public Health poll finds.
This summer Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences hosted 82 undergrads for a six-week introduction to medical and dental school.
Leila Jean Mady's feats include three advanced degrees and a life-altering New York marathon experience.
A new program combining law, medicine and social work expertise is advocating for families in need.
Fascinated by how genes make them so similar, they have a mutual passion for medicine.
The Rutgers School of Health Professions’ faculty practice model for physician assistants will improve patient care and clinical education.
Students and alumni from Rutgers New Jersey Medical School and the Rutgers School of Dental Medicine battled it out on the hockey rink at the 3rd annual “Medwings vs. Bitewings” game.
Students teamed up with the Greater Newark Conservancy to improve nutrition literacy in city populations.