Rutgers takes an integrated approach to educating students, providing clinical care, and conducting research with the goal of improving human health. Our community of healers, scientists, and scholars is allowing Rutgers to deliver results that are transforming lives.
Nina Cooperman, an associate professor of psychiatry at Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, is studying the effectiveness of a New Jersey program that trains people recovering from addiction to help individuals who have suffered an overdose find treatment.
According to Rutgers researchers, men who delay fatherhood should consult their doctor and consider banking sperm before age 35.
Rutgers University Behavioral Health Care peer health navigators are making a difference in the lives of inmates who are struggling to overcome addiction and are preparing for the future.
A new telementoring program between Botswana and Rutgers will address major challenges to cancer care in the African country.
Each year, 27 million patients visit a dentist but not a physician. A new early detection program from the Rutgers School of Dental Medicine aims to screen up to 500 patients and train predoctoral students to identify at-risk patients.
Medical students Anne Levine, Anya McDermott, Sally Tarabey, and Samantha Freedman started a "baby cuddling" program to provide skin-to-skin contact for babies in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at The Bristol-Myers Squibb Children's Hospital at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital. Watch the video.
The grant will advance moving research discoveries into clinical practice and improve health care in the state.
The Rutgers Law School’s Medical-Legal Partnership works with the Camden Coalition of Healthcare Providers to put patients on the right track to get their basic needs met for health care, housing, food, personal and family stability, and education.