Rutgers study led by undergrads and gap-year students breaks ground in the field of neuroscience and suggests experimental medication could treat dementia.
A report co-authored by a Rutgers Health official advocates better pay and (eventually) a different payment model.
Rutgers Health researchers find differences among Asian older adults’ support of research and inclination to receive MRI results.
Analysis from Rutgers Health and Harvard links first-trimester methadone use with a greater risk of various birth defects than buprenorphine use.
A Rutgers Health study supports long-acting shots over daily pills for patients with schizophrenia or schizoaffective disorder.
An operating room on a jet might sound like something straight out of a movie, but it’s actually how Rudolph Wagner, a clinical professor in the Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Science at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School, travels the world to fight preventable blindness.
Seemingly out of science fiction (it has been used by the fictional doctors on Grey’s Anatomy), the virtual dissection table brings the future of gross anatomy and clinical science education to Rutgers’ School of Health Professions.