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.
It will explore opportunities for Rutgers to become a more efficient and effective institution.
Brian DeNicola produces 'Saturday Night Party' for radio disc jockey Cousin Brucie at Sirius XM Radio.
Sensory and motion studies could change the way autism is diagnosed and treated.
The Board of Governors released the results of a review of events preceding the dismissal of former head men’s basketball coach Mike Rice.
Late blight, which caused the Great Irish Famine of the 1840s, is in New Jersey – but contained so far.
Strom is the executive vice dean for institutional affairs at the University of Pennsylvania’s Perelman School of Medicine.
The Lumina Foundation has commended Rutgers for easing the transition of returning veterans.
Medical education joins Rutgers’ many existing strengths to create a more comprehensive research university that will better serve the people of New Jersey and beyond.
He will begin July 1and serve in the position until the university completes its search for a permanent chancellor.
The trustees call the proposed legislation to abolish the board "unconscionable and unconstitutional."
Rutgers philosophy seminar is possibly the first in the country to arm future officers and civilian leaders with a better understanding of war’s moral complexities. Story
More than two-thirds of New Jerseyans plan to spend time at the Jersey shore this summer.
A Rutgers staffer lost her home to lightning. While powerful thunderstorms – abundant in July and August – provide cool relief to often muggy, sweltering weather conditions, their hazardous effects should not be underrated.
Brittney Cooper, a Ford Foundation Postdoctoral Fellow at the Center for Race and Ethnicity at Rutgers who studies race and gender politics, discusses some of the video's most d
The goal is to use the information to increase screening participation by this population.
What makes a good parent? A Rutgers law professor examines how marriage equality improves the welfare of children of same-sex couples.
In her 40s, Christine Pappas returned to school for a career in health care because she wanted to spend her days making a positive difference in people’s lives.