Rutgers researchers find long-term users of cocaine may continue with unrewarding behavior because of changes in brain structure and chemistry responsible for generating an important teaching signal.
Researchers will examine how the body’s adaptations to viruses, fungi and parasites change its ability to combat unrelated respiratory infections.
The software's creators have used it to study cancer’s microbiome and made it freely available to the research community.
Report from the university’s Institute for Nicotine and Tobacco Studies and the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids shows how companies have flooded the market with products that appeal to young people.
Rutgers public health expert Christopher Ackerman teams up with a frog puppet to improve nutrition education in the South Bronx.