As part of our celebration of Black History Month and commitment to our values of diversity, equity, and inclusion, the Office for Research is highlighting three members of its incredible team who represent key areas of the services we offer to our community of researchers as part of our mission to support the research, scholarship, and creative endeavors of ALL Rutgers faculty. Malica Dock, Tunisia Lipford, and Vivian Thomas-McClain tell the story of their professional journeys, including their experiences, achievements, mentors, and what inspires them.
Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, announced a historic, transformative open-access partnership with Elsevier, a global leader in information, scientific research, and analytics. The five-year arrangement managed by the Rutgers University Libraries (RUL) will provide the Rutgers community with read access to over 4,600 journals, 1,400 of which are fully open access.
AT&T and Verizon will head a diverse consortium of U.S. carriers, foreign carriers, universities and equipment suppliers with a goal of catalyzing the global adoption of interoperable infrastructure in wireless networks.
Research findings will help inform Black and Hispanic communities about the proposed FDA ban on menthol cigarettes.
The research effort will enroll 500 participants during pregnancy and follow infants into childhood.
Concerns about global warming kicked into high gear for Aryan Gurusamy as plumes of smoke from Canadian wildfires cloaked the Northeast. Now he and a fellow first-year student are competing for a $10,000 prize for a startup to address carbon emissions.
At a time of global conflict when tensions are rising everywhere – including on college campuses – University Equity and Inclusion (UEI) is asking members of Rutgers’ community to engage in conversations about how to “Meet the Moment with Humanity."
IntelliGenes, a first-of-its-kind software created at Rutgers Health, combines artificial intelligence (AI) and machine-learning approaches to measure the significance of specific genomic biomarkers to help predict diseases in individuals, according to its developers.
Rutgers researchers can predict which patients will benefit from a popular prostate cancer drug – and have devised a strategy that may make the treatment work longer.
A Rutgers researcher, through his spinoff company, has led a team to design and test a device that quickly counts a person’s white blood cells with a single drop of blood, similar to the way glucometers rapidly scan for blood sugar levels.
A Rutgers research project focused on offshore wind energy is poised to make New Jersey a global leader in the field in a little more than a decade.
Using advanced research techniques, Rutgers Health–led scientists have shed light on how chronic fatigue syndrome and fibromyalgia are related, paving the way to even bigger breakthroughs.