When Jasmine Lin started college she was ready to hang up her skates as a competitor but wasn’t ready to lose the camaraderie.
Brian Strom, chancellor of Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences, is leading an Institute of Medicine committee studying whether the disease can be eliminated.
A Rutgers emergency medicine expert says Paris and more potential violence demonstrate a need to educate first responders and specialists.
On the 100th anniversary of Albert Einstein's general theory of relativity, the physical makeup of his brain continues to intrigue the Rutgers professor who unearthed dozens of photographs of the brain believed lost and is now writing a book abou
A unique fellowship program at Rutgers Law School provides new members of the bar with $30,000 stipends – and lots of experience.
In Dying on the Job, the first book focusing exclusively on workplace murder, author Ronald Brown says much more employee protection is needed.
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.
Twenty-seven Army cadets and nine Air Force cadets will be commissioned as second lieutenants in their respective service branches at ROTC commissioning ceremonies.
Keith Campagno is pursuing a doctoral degree in pharmacology studying neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s.
The Unite Half Marathon at Rutgers Sunday, April 12, will bring a number of local road closures and limit access to the College Avenue, Livingston and Busch campuses.
Gwendolyn Mahon brings a strong background in research and academic administration.
It is one of the first endowed chairs in the country that will specifically focus on developmental cognitive neuroscience.
A drug used to treat Lou Gehrig's disease makes radiation more effective against melanoma that has metastasized to the brain.
The pledge from the Embrace Kids Foundation supports the recruitment of an academic leader and research in pediatric cancer and blood disorders.
More than 70 percent of long-term unemployed say they have less in savings and income than they did five years ago.
Two years after Superstorm Sandy, many New Jerseyans remain victims after being exploited by unscrupulous vendors and businesses.
A debut feature film, "Leaving Circadia," produced by graduates of Rutgers Mason Gross School of the Arts is sweeping awards on the independent film circuit.
Most Americans believe the U.S. economy has undergone a permanent change for the worse, as evidenced by a protracted and uneven recovery from the Great Recession.