The World Trade Center Health Program Clinical Center of Excellence—New Jersey’s only WTC health center—provides care at no cost for patients with health conditions related to the 9/11 terror attacks.
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Rutgers prepares tomorrow’s health care providers and conducts life-changing research at New Jersey’s top schools for medicine, dentistry, nursing, pharmacy, public health, and health professions. And Rutgers Health, with partner RWJBarnabas Health, is New Jersey’s leading academic health system, bringing practitioners and innovators together to make the world well.
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NJ’s Top-Ranked Programs for Health Care Students Are at Rutgers
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Rutgers Health is Rutgers’ clinical enterprise, offering exceptional patient care in coordination with RWJBarnabas Health, the state’s largest integrated health care delivery system. With the latest research and innovations informing patient care, new treatments, and the training of practitioners, Rutgers Health is New Jersey’s leading academic health care provider.
The Future of Care at New Jersey’s only NCI-designated Comprehensive Cancer Center
Rutgers School of Dental Medicine is the state’s largest provider of oral health care, with 136,000+ annual patient visits. The school provides several specialized programs for hundreds of patients with orofacial pain and HIV/AIDS as well as targeted programs for various patient groups, such as Holocaust survivors and veterans.
Rutgers University Behavioral Health Care’s Vets4Warriors Program offers 24/7 confidential peer support to veterans, service members, family members, and caregivers.
Headquartered at Rutgers, the statewide Institute for Translational Medicine and Science moves research discoveries into clinical practice and is the gateway to clinical trials at Rutgers, offering patients access to hundreds of new treatments.
A physician and microbiologist, Blaser’s book Missing Microbes: How the Overuse of Antibiotics Is Fueling Our Modern Plagues raised awareness worldwide about the perils of antibiotic overuse. A new full-length documentary, The Invisible Extinction, chronicles the pioneering work of globetrotting microbiome researchers Blaser and Maria Gloria Dominguez-Bello.
Maria Laura “Marila” Gennaro, whose research focuses on diagnosing tuberculosis and the antibody response to the SARS-CoV-2 infection that causes COVID-19, has been named a National Academy of Inventors Fellow, the highest professional distinction accorded solely to academic inventors.
The Rutgers New Jersey Medical School psychiatry chair is an expert in the treatment of substance use and technological addictions. He is the first openly gay APA president.
The Henry Rutgers Professor of Cardiology and chief of the Division of Cardiovascular Diseases and Hypertension at Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School was recognized for his demonstrated innovative, outstanding teaching characteristics, and compassionate qualities, which have resulted in major contributions to the field of cardiovascular medicine at the local and/or regional level.
The first test to detect known COVID-19 variants was developed by David Alland and his team at New Jersey Medical School on an open-source basis, making it available to scientists worldwide.
“Eileen White’s laboratory focuses on mechanisms required for tumor cells and tumors to survive, proliferate, and evade surveillance by the immune system. The overall goal is to reveal novel approaches for cancer therapy.” —National Academy of Sciences on Rutgers’ newest member. White is Board of Governors Professor of Molecular Biology and Biochemistry and Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey’s deputy director and chief scientific officer.