Natural disasters, such as hurricanes and floods, have proven that businesses both big and small have the ability to survive and thrive.
Three Rutgers University researchers seek to address important gaps in understanding not only the cognitive, neural, and immunological consequences of COVID-19 in older African Americans but also how those consequences can impact this population’s risk for Alzheimer’s Disease.
Two Rutgers–Camden professors are leading projects funded by the National Science Foundation to combat COVID-19, one examining the origins of COVID-19 to anticipate how to stop its future mutations and the second to create a tool to help mayors and governors assess the impacts of different social distancing levels and travel restrictions.
A cardiac MRI of athletes who had COVID-19 is seven times more effective in detecting inflammation of the heart than symptom-based testing, according to a study by researchers at Rutgers and 12 other Big Ten programs.
Rutgers ranks among the biggest contributors to a historic crowdsourced computing effort to search for COVID-19 treatments.