Jason H. Yang, PhD, chancellor scholar and assistant professor of Microbiology, Biochemistry and Molecular Genetics in the Center for Emerging and Re-Emerging Pathogens at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School (NJMS), has been awarded the 2021 Agilent Early Career Professor Award.
RWJBarnabas Health and Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey, the state’s only National Cancer Institute-designated Comprehensive Cancer Center, in partnership with the New Brunswick Development Corporation (DEVCO), broke ground on the state’s first freestanding cancer hospital.
Gen Z accounts for 32 percent of the world’s population and has spending power approaching $150 billion in the United States, says Mark Beal, an assistant professor of practice in public relations in the Rutgers School of Communication and Information and author of Decoding Gen Z and Engaging Gen Z.
According to a study, newborns at risk for Type 1 diabetes because their microbiome, can have the condition reversed by transplanting fecal microbiota from their mother into their gastrointestinal tract after the antibiotic course has been completed.
Black and Latinx people intensely sought information on COVID-19 and engaged in public health measures such as mask-wearing and testing due to devastating experiences during the pandemic but are still skeptical about vaccines, according to a Rutgers study.
Antibiotic exposure early in life could alter human brain development in areas responsible for cognitive and emotional functions, according to a Rutgers researcher.
A massive volcanic eruption in Indonesia about 74,000 years ago likely caused severe climate disruption in many areas of the globe, but early human populations were sheltered from the worst effects, according to a Rutgers-led study.
After learning about the staggering death rates for mothers and babies in New Jersey, New Brunswick Honors College student Zoe Reich set out to make a difference. Read the release and story on NJ.com.
A Rutgers-led team of researchers has developed a microchip that can measure stress hormones in real time from a drop of blood.
The new Rutgers Center for Advanced Human Brain Imaging Research, part of the Rutgers Brain Health Institute, will make it possible to develop novel therapies for neuropsychiatric and neurological disorders, including addiction, schizophrenia, anxiety, depression, autism, brain injury, stroke and Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s diseases.