New Jersey Medical School In The News

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Think Natural Today: Antibody to Combat HIV Infection Under Trial

Shobha Swaminathan, MD, Associate Professor of Medicine and infectious disease specialist at NJMS, quoted


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MedicalXpress: Study explores potency of antibodies to combat HIV infection

Shobha Swaminathan, NJMS, quoted


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Medical Xpress:Obstetricians encourage natural childbirth to remove risks with C-section surgeries

Lisa Gittens-Williams, NJMS, quoted


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The Libertarian Republic: ADHD Medication Addiction Is Turning People To Crystal Meth

Lewis Nelson, Petros Levounis, NJMS, quoted


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Contagion Live: Who is Most Vulnerable to Antibiotic-Resistant Organisms?

Barry Kreiswirth, NJMS, interviewed for video


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News One Place: Once a C-section, Not Always a C-section

Lisa Gittens-Williams, Department of OBGYN, NJMS, quoted


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Health Canal: Once a C-section, Not Always a C-section

Lisa Gittens-Williams, Department of OBGYN, NJMS, quoted


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ContagionLive: E. coli with Antibiotic-resistant mcr-1 Gene Found in Connecticut Child

Barry Kreiswirth, PhD, Director of the Public Health Research Institute TB Center at NJMS, quoted


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NJSPOTLIGHT: LGBT Advocates Hope Expanded Infertility Coverage is Just the Start

NJMS referenced


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THE LIBERTARIAN REPUBLIC: ADHD Medication Addiction Is Turning People To Crystal Meth

Lewis Nelson, MD, Chair of Emergency Medicine at NJMS, quoted
Petros Levounis, MD, Chair of Psychiatry at NJMS, quoted


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Rutgers Today: A Tiny Farm in Newark Thrives

James Huynh, medical student and president of the NJMS Green Club, featured


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TECH TIMES: Gluten-Free Diets Continue To Be A Popular Trend Despite Followers Not Having Celiac Disease

Research from NJMS featured


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The Huffington Post: Younger White Women Are Behind The Surge Of Gluten-Free Diets

Brandon Hyunseok Kim, MD internal medicine resident at NJMS, quoted


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The News Independent: More Number Of Americans Without Celiac Disease Choosing Gluten-Free Diet

Nikolaos Pyrsopoulos, MBA, MD, Division Director, Gastroenterology and Hepatology at NJMS, quoted


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NBC News: More People Go Gluten-Free Than Need To, Study Finds

Brandon Hyunseok Kim, MD internal medicine resident at NJMS, quoted


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Fox News: Gluten-Free Diet Becoming More Common Even If Celiac Disease Isn't

Brandon Hyunseok Kim, MD internal medicine resident at NJMS, quoted


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New York Daily News: Glutens for Punishment — More People Without Celiac Disease are Going Gluten-Free

Brandon Hyunseok Kim, MD internal medicine resident at NJMS, quoted


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Philadelphia Inquirer: Gluten-Free When They Don't Have To Be

Nikolaos Pyrsopoulos, MBA, MD, Division Director, Gastroenterology and Hepatology at NJMS, quoted
Brandon Hyunseok Kim, MD internal medicine resident at NJMS, quoted


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New Jersey 101.5: 'Drunkorexia' at NJ colleges? Disturbing Trend Worries Experts

Petros Levounis, MD, Psychiatry Chair, quoted


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Mother Jones: UTIs Are Horrible and Soon There Will Be No Drugs That Can Help You

Jose Mediavilla, MBS, MPH, author and research teaching specialist at PHRI, quoted


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Live Science: Gluten-Free Diets Surge in Popularity, Yet Celiac Rates Remain Stable

Brandon Hyunseok Kim, MD internal medicine resident at NJMS, quoted


 

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WebMD: Gluten-Free Eaters in U.S. Tripled in 5 Years

Brandon Hyunseok Kim, MD internal medicine resident at NJMS, quoted


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American Council on Science and Health: Gluten-Free Sales Are Way Up, Thankfully Celiac Disease Isn't

Brandon Hyunseok Kim, MD internal medicine resident at NJMS, quoted


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Medical Daily: Celiac Disease: Gluten-Free Diets See Surge Among Americans Even As Disease Rate Remains Stable, Research Shows

Brandon Hyunseok Kim, MD internal medicine resident at NJMS, quoted


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Science Daily: Prevalence of Celiac Appears Steady But Followers of Gluten-Free Diet Increase

Brandon Hyunseok Kim, MD internal medicine resident at NJMS, quoted


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Medical News Today: Gluten-Free Diet Gains Popularity, Despite No Rise in Celiac Disease

Brandon Hyunseok Kim, MD internal medicine resident at NJMS, quoted



MedicalResearch.com: More People Without Celiac Disease Eating Gluten Free Diet

Brandon Hyunseok Kim, MD internal medicine resident at NJMS, quoted


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Helio: More Americans Follow gluten-Free Diet Despite Stable Rate of Celiac Disease

Brandon Hyunseok Kim, MD internal medicine resident at NJMS, quoted


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Obesity Rates Continue to Climb

Marc Klapholz, MD, Chair of Medicine at NJMS, interviewed


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NJ Sharing Network's 2016 5K Celebration of Life

Dorian Wilson, MD, interviewed Director of the Healthcare Foundation Humanism Center at NJMS Trauma Surgeon at UH


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Vocativ: Superbug Discovery Changes Timeline Of Antibiotic Resistance In U.S.

Barry Kreiswirth, PhD, Director of the Public Health Research Institute TB Center at NJMS, quoted


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National Geographic: Latest Superbug Has Been in U.S. Longer Than Thought

Barry Kreiswirth, PhD, Director of the PHRI TB Center at NJMS, quoted
Jose Mediavilla, MBS, MPH, author and research teaching specialist at PHRI, quoted


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The Star-Ledger: Be Wary for Young Teens Who May Be Trying to OD | Letters

Bruce Ruck, PharmD, DABT, Managing Director of NJ Poison Center, quoted
Diane Calello, MD, Executive and Medical Director of NJ Poison Center, quoted


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Fox News Health: Researchers Find First US Bacteria with Worrisome Superbug Genes

Barry Kreiswirth, PhD, Director of the Public Health Research Institute TB Center at NJMS, quoted


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STAT: Superbug Resistant to Two Last-Resort Antibiotics Found in US for First Time

Barry Kreiswirth, PhD, Director of the Public Health Research Institute TB Center at NJMS, quoted


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Science Daily: Researchers Identify Multidrug-Resistant E. Coli Bacteria from New Jersey Patient

Barry Kreiswirth, PhD, Director of the PHRI Tuberculosis Center at NJMS, quoted
Jose Mediavilla, MBS, MPH, author and research teaching specialist at PHRI, quoted


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Outbreak News Today: Multidrug-Resistant E. Coli Detected for the 1st Time in the U.S. in New Jersey

Barry Kreiswirth, PhD, Director of the PHRI TB Center at NJMS, quoted


La bacteria E.Coli se hizo resistente a dos antibióticos de avanzada

El Universal (Venezuela): Detectan una super bacteria E. Coli resistente a dos antibióticos

Barry Kreiswirth, PhD, Director of the PHRI Tuberculosis Center at NJMS, quoted


USA: u 76-latka odkryto bakterię z genem odporności na najważniejsze antybiotyki

Rynekseniora (Poland): USA: u 76-latka odkryto bakterię z genem odporności na najważniejsze antybiotyki

Barry Kreiswirth, PhD, Director of the PHRI Tuberculosis Center at NJMS, quoted


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ICT: Researchers Identify Multidrug-Resistant E. coli Bacteria from New Jersey Patient

Barry Kreiswirth, PhD, Director of the PHRI Tuberculosis Center at NJMS, quoted
Jose Mediavilla, MBS, MPH, author and research teaching specialist at PHRI, quoted


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CBS New York: 'Drunkorexia' Deadly New Trend On College Campuses, Experts Warn

Petros Levounis, MD, MA, Chair of Psychiatry at NJMS, featured


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Yahoo! News: Women with common ovary problem may not get recommended tests

NJMS mentioned


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Cardiology Advisor: Cardiac Arrest Outcomes in Teaching vs Non-Teaching Hospitals

Elena Dolmatova, MD, Department of Medicine at NJMS, cited

Co-authors:
Marc Klapholz, MD
Neil Kothari, MD
Kasra Moazzami, MD, MPH
Mirela Feurdean, MD
Alfonso Waller, MD


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Voice of America: Researchers Find First US Bacteria with Worrisome Superbug Genes

Barry Kreiswirth, PhD, Director of the Public Health Research Institute TB Center at NJMS, quoted


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mBiosphere: Researchers Identify Multidrug-Resistant E. Coli Bacteria from New Jersey Patient

Barry Kreiswirth, PhD, Director of the Public Health Research Institute TB Center at NJMS, quoted


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EurekAlert!: Researchers Identify Multidrug-Resistant E. Coli Bacteria from New Jersey Patient

Barry Kreiswirth, PhD, Director of the Public Health Research Institute TB Center at NJMS, quoted


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Origo (Hungary): Találtak két gént, ami szuperré tett egy baktériumtörzset

Barry Kreiswirth, PhD, Director of the Public Health Research Institute TB Center at NJMS, quoted


Polskie Radio (Poland): Odkryto bakterię odporną na "antybiotyki ostatniej szansy". Ludzkość zagrożona?

Barry Kreiswirth, PhD, Director of the Public Health Research Institute TB Center at NJMS, quoted


Los científicos afirmaron que la cepa de la bacteria fue hallada en Estados Unidos.

El Tiempo (Colombia): Hallan la primera infeccion con genes de ‘superbacteria’

Barry Kreiswirth, PhD, Director of the Public Health Research Institute TB Center at NJMS, quoted


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NJ HIV Mobile Van

Featuring Dr. Dominga Padilla, Division of Adolescent and Young Adult Medicine, Department of Pediatrics


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Yahoo! News: Women with common ovary problem may not get recommended tests

NJMS mentioned


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The Star-Ledger: Rio 2016: Rutgers Student Dedicates Record-Setting Swim to Flood Victims

Anastasia Bogdanovski, NJMS student, profiled


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Lake Placid News: Head Injuries Studied at Can-Am Rugby Tournament

Michael Falvo, MD, assistant professor of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation & Pharmacology and Physiology at NJMS, quoted


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Gannett New Jersey: Rutgers Medical Student Competing as Swimmer in Rio Olympics

Anastasia Bogdanovski, NJMS student, featured


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AMI Newswire: New Deadly Yeast Infection Heads for the U.S.

David Perlin, PhD, executive director Public Health Research Institute at NJMS, quoted


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The Atlantic: The Danger of Ignoring Tuberculosis

David Perlin, PhD, executive director Public Health Research Institute at NJMS, quoted


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NJTV News: Charter School Head Coins Term for Inner-City Kids' Anxiety

Tolga Taneli, MD, Director of the Division of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at NJMS, quoted


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WMBC-TV News Video - World Hepatitis Day

Nikolaos Pyrsopoulos, MBA, MD, Division Director, Gastroenterology and Hepatology at NJMS, interviewed


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The Star-Ledger: Rio 2016: How a Rutgers Student Ended Up an Olympic Swimmer...for Macedonia

George Heinrich, MD, Associate Dean for Admissions at NJMS, quoted
Anastasia Bogdanovski, NJMS student, quoted


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Life-Changing Advancements in Hearing Loss Treatments

Dr. Robert Jyung, Associate Professor, NJMS Department of Otolaryngology, featured


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NJSPOTLIGHT: Comprehensive Healthcare For LGBT Patients Hard To Find In New Jersey

Petros Levounis, MD, Psychiatry Chair, quoted


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U.S. Shrink Supply May Be Shrinking Fewer psychiatrists in 2013 than a decade earlier

Petros Levounis, MD, Chair of Psychiatry, quoted


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Managed Care: Finally, Attention Switches To Progressive Multiple Sclerosis

Suhayl Dhib-Jalbut, Chair of Neurology, quoted


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The Star Ledger: N.J. first responders train for terrorism, mass casualties

New Jersey Medical School mentioned


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City Biz List: Free Health Screenings For New Brunswick Residents on Saturday, July 23rd

NJMS Student Family Health Care Center, mentioned


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WFMJ Today: Misonix SonicVac™ Recognized as a Top Innovation for Wound Care in Podiatry

Mark S. Granick, MD, Professor and Chief of the Division of Plastic Surgery at NJMS, quoted


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The Scientist: Blind Mice Regain Vision

Marco Zarbin, MD, PhD, Chair of Ophthalmology and Visual Science at NJMS, quoted


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National Geographic: Scary New Superbug Is Popping Up in More Places

Barry Kreiswirth, PhD, Director of Laboratory for Molecular Drug Resistance at the NJMS Public Health Research Institute, quoted


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The Washington Post: Using the Lessons of the Dead to Saving the Living

Roger Mitchell Jr., MD, NJMS Class of 2003 alumnus, profiled


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Rutgers Magazine: Making a Woman Feel Whole Again

Jonathan Keith, MD, breast reconstruction surgeon and assistant professor of Surgery at NJMS, quoted


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CBSNews: "Drunkorexia" a Disturbing Trend on College Campuses

Petros Levounis, MD, MA, Chair of Psychiatry at NJMS, featured


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The Record: Key To Conquering Painful Migraines is To Diagnose and Treat Them Early

James Charles, MD, clinical assistant professor of Neurology at NJMS, quoted


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Eye Doctors Transform Donated Jumbo Jet Into 'Orbis' The World's First Flying Eye Hospital

Dr. Rudolph Wagner, Associate Professor, Ophthalmology and Visual Science, NJMS, quoted.


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NBC NEWS: (commentary) Commentary: Substance Abuse in the LGBTQ Community

Petros Levounis, MD, MA, Chair of Psychiatry at NJMS, quoted


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CBS58.com: "Drunkorexia" is a Disturbing New Trend at College

Petros Levounis, MD, MA, Chair of Psychiatry at NJMS, featured


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WFMY News 2: 'Drunkorexia' Trending On College Campuses

Petros Levounis, MD, MA, Chair of Psychiatry at NJMS, quoted


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Oklahoma – NewsOn6.com: "Drunkorexia" A Disturbing Trend On College Campuses

Petros Levounis, MD, MA, Chair of Psychiatry at NJMS, quoted


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CBS NC: ‘Drunkorexia’ is Unwelcome Trend In College

Petros Levounis, MD, MA, Chair of Psychiatry at NJMS, quoted


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WBTV.com: "Drunkorexia" a Disturbing Trend on College Campuses

Petros Levounis, MD, MA, Chair of Psychiatry at NJMS, quoted


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Philly.com: For Transgender People, Aging is Especially Tough

Petros Levounis, Chair of Psychiatry at NJMS, featured


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New Jersey Tomato Press: Improving Health Care for Transgender Patients

Petros Levounis, Chair of Psychiatry at NJMS, featured


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The Hospitalist: Does U.S. Healthcare Need More Diverse Leadership?

John Paul Sanchez, MD, MPH, Assistant Dean for Diversity and Inclusion at NJMS, quoted


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FOX 5 News: Lyme disease nearly destroyed doctor's life

Neil Spector, MD, NJMS Class of 1982, interviewed
Learn more about Dr. Spector.


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Medical Xpress: Improving Health Care for Transgender Patients

Robert Johnson, MD, FAAP, The Sharon and Joseph L. Muscarelle Endowed Dean of NJMS, mentioned
Petros Levounis, Chair of Psychiatry at NJMS, interviewed


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Gannett New Jersey: Improving Health Care for Transgender Patients

Petros Levounis, Chair of Psychiatry at NJMS, quoted


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WHAS11: After Zika Birth, Mosquito Fight is Next in New Jersey

Joseph Apuzzio, MD, Professor of OB-GYN at NJMS, quoted


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NJ.com: Fight Stroke with a Fast Response and a Healthy Lifestyle

Andrea Hidalgo, MD, assistant professor of Neurology at NJMS and director of the NJ Comprehensive Stroke Center at UH, quoted


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NJ.com: WATCH: Obama's Rutgers commencement speech

Marking Rutgers’ 250th Anniversary, President Barack Obama, the 44th President of the United States, delivered the commencement address on Sunday, May 15, 2016.


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LATINO (South Carolina): Fentanyl, más potente y letal que la heroína 

Steven Marcus, MD, Professor, NJMS and Director, NJPIES quoted


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WHYY Radio: Rutgers Researchers Seek Computing Help in Quest for Zika Treatment

Joel Freundlich, PhD, researcher and professor at NJMS, quoted
Alex Perryman, PhD, research teaching specialist at NJMS, quoted


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With 1st Zika-infected baby born in N.J., here's what you should know

Rajendra Kapila, professor of Infectious Diseases, NJMS quoted


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Rutgers Today: Improving Health Care for Transgender Patients

Robert Johnson, MD, FAAP, The Sharon and Joseph L. Muscarelle Endowed Dean of NJMS, mentioned
Petros Levounis, Chair of Psychiatry at NJMS, interviewed


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NJTV News: Veterans Explore Benefits of Using Medical Marijuana for Treating PTSD

Alex Bekker, MD, PhD, Chair of Anesthesiology at NJMS, video interview


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New Jersey Jewish Standard: Persisting Doubts About the Iran Nuclear Deal

Leonard Cole, PhD, director of Terror Medicine and Security in Emergency Medicine at NJMS, quoted


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Business Finance News: International Business Machines Corp Jumps to Fight Zika Virus; Here's How

Alex Perryman, PhD, research teaching specialist at NJMS, quoted


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ZD Net: IBM Uses Supercomputing Power for Zika Research

NJMS mentioned


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Emergency Medicine News: Preparing for the Worst Day at Work

Leonard Cole, PhD, director of Terror Medicine and Security in Emergency Medicine at NJMS, quoted


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The Star-Ledger: How You and Your Laptop Can Help Rutgers Tackle the Zika Virus

Alex Perryman, PhD, research teaching specialist at NJMS, quoted
Joel Freundlich, PhD, researcher and professor at NJMS, quoted


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NBC Philadelphia: 'Everyone Wants to Contribute:' Rutgers Scientists Aid in Zika Research

Joel Freundlich, PhD, researcher and professor at NJMS, quoted
Alex Perryman, PhD, research teaching specialist at NJMS, quoted


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Science Daily: Pursuing the Destruction of HIV-Infected Ccells

Hartmut Hanauske-Abel, MD, Department of OB-GYN at NJMS, quoted


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The Record: Rutgers Researchers Using Power of Web to Help Stop Zika

Joel Freundlich, PhD, researcher and professor at NJMS, quoted
Alex Perryman, PhD, research teaching specialist at NJMS, quoted


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Washington Times: Rutgers Scientists Aiding in Zika Research Project

Joel Freundlich, PhD, researcher and professor at NJMS, quoted
Alex Perryman, PhD, research teaching specialist at NJMS, quoted


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New Jersey 101.5: Rutgers Graduation: How Grieving Mom Found a New Mission in Life

Deborah Horenstein, MD, Class of 2016 graduate at NJMS, profiled


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Life & Living With Joanna Gagis: Premature Births: Prevention and Care

Onajovwe O. Fofah, MD, Director of Neonatology at UH, Associate Professor of Pediatrics at NJMS, interviewed


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News Medical: OpenZika Project Uses Supercomputing Power to Identify Potential Drug Candidates to Cure Zika Virus

Joel Freundlich, PhD, researcher and professor at NJMS, quoted
Alex Perryman, PhD, research teaching specialist at NJMS, quoted


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Science Codex: Pursuing the Destruction of HIV-Infected Cells

Hartmut Hanauske-Abel, MD, Department of OB-GYN at NJMS, quoted


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MD Magazine: Lead Danger Doesn't Stop at City Limits

Steven Marcus, MD, Professor, NJMS and Director, NJPIES quoted


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The Record: Paterson Man Finishes Unlikely Journey from Peru to Medical School Graduation

Moorice Caparo, MD, Class of 2016 at NJMS, featured


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The Philadelphia Inquirer: Rutgers Scientists Aiding in Zika Research Project

Joel Freundlich, PhD, researcher and professor at NJMS, quoted
Alex Perryman, PhD, research teaching specialist at NJMS, quoted


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Rutgers Today: Fighting the Zika Virus with the Power of Supercomputing

Alex Perryman, PhD, research teaching specialist at NJMS, quoted
Joel Freundlich, PhD, researcher and professor at NJMS, quoted


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TAPInto.Net: A Daughter's Death Motivates a Mother to Become a Doctor Late in Life

Deborah Horenstein, fourth-year medical student at NJMS, featured


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NBC New York: NJ Walk to Cure Arthritis to Kick Off 2016 Health & Fitness Expo

Yukiko Kimura, MD, of the Department of Pediatrics at NJMS, quoted


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The Record: N.J. Program Hosts Annual Gathering for Moms of Children with Special Needs

Cherie Castellano, MA, of the Department of Psychiatry at NJMS, quoted


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The Scientist: First Data from Anti-Aging Gene Therapy

Abraham Aviv, MD, professor of the Department Pediatrics, quoted


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Herald News: Outdoors: If You Love the Outdoors,Tick Education Is a Must

Jim Occi, researcher at NJMS, quoted


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Live Science: Why Does Virtual Reality Make Some People Sick?

Jorge Serrador, PhD, associate professor of Pharmacology, Physiology and Neuroscience at NJMS, quoted


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The Oncology Report: VIDEO: Stenting to Improve Quality of Life in Esophageal Cancer

Sushil Ahlawat, MD, Director of Endoscopy in the Department of Medicine at NJMS, quoted


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Her (Ireland): There Could Be A Lot of Bacteria on Your Yoga Mat

Robert Lahita, PhD, MD, Professor of the Department of Medicine at NJMS, quoted)


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MedicalXpress: Biologist Believes an Intestinal Cell Type May Be the Source of Inflammatory Bowel Disease

George Yap, PhD, Associate Professor of the NJMS Center for Immunity and Inflammation, quoted


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Inquisitr: Gender Selection as Part of Advanced Reproductive Technology: Does the U.S. Prefer Boys or Girls?

Sara Morelli, MD, Assistant Professor of OB-GYN at NJMS, quoted


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CBS Philadelphia: Report: Most School districts in New Jersey Go Untested for Lead

Steven Marcus, MD, Professor, NJMS and Director, NJPIES quoted


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The Record: A New Urgency to Test North Jersey Schools for Lead in Water

Steven Marcus, MD, Professor, NJMS and Director, NJPIES quoted


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The Star-Ledger: N.J.'s Autism Rate Higher Than Ever - But Rest of the Country Catching Up

Walter Zahorodny, PhD, Assistant Professor in the Department of Pediatrics, quoted


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WNYC-FM: Autism in New Jersey is on the Rise. But Should You Worry?

Walter Zahorodny, PhD, Assistant Professor in the Department of Pediatrics, quoted


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NJTV News: Changing Attitudes about Opioid Prescriptions

Robert L. Johnson, MD, FAAP, The Sharon and Joseph L. Muscarelle Endowed Dean of NJMS Dorian Wilson, MD, Director of the Healthcare Foundation Humanism Center at NJMS, quoted


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Big Ten Network: Rutgers Student-Run Clinic Cares for Medically Underserved in Newark

Chantal Brazeau, MD, Interim Chair of Family Medicine at NJMS, quoted
Michael Gerstmann, MD, Clinical Assistant Professor of Family Medicine at NJMS, quoted
Jaspreet Banga and Romy Fontoura, NJMS students, quoted


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MedPage Today: 3D Printing: Logistics Offset Promise for VAD Planning

Kanwal Farooqi, MD, Associate Professor of Pediatrics at NJMS, quoted


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Life And Living With Joanna Gagis: Premature Births: Prevention And Care

Onajovwe Fofah, MD, Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at NJMS, featured


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The Wall Street Journal: Newark Parents Rush to Test Children for Lead

Steven Marcus, MD, Professor, NJMS and Director, NJPIES quoted


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Will NJ's first private medical school help burnish state's academic reputation?

NJMS mentioned


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The Star Ledger: Newark begins testing kids' blood lead levels

Steven Marcus, NJMS, quoted


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New Panel to Determine If More N.J. Patients Can Get Medical Marijuana

Stewart A. Berkowitz, MD, of Radiology at NJMS and President of the State Board of Medical Examiners
Alex Bekker, MD, PhD, Chair of Department of Anesthesiology
Petros Levounis, MD, MA, Chair of the Department of Psychiatry
Cheryl Kennedy, MD, Associate Professor of the Department of Psychiatry


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The Philadelphia Inquirer: N.J. Panel May Expand Medical Marijuana Use

Petros Levounis, MD, MA, Chair of the Department of Psychiatry at NJMS, quoted
Cheryl Kennedy, MD, Associate Professor of the Department of Psychiatry at NJMS, quoted


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U.S. News: How 1 Family Saved for College, Graduate School

Jilyan Decker, student at NJMS, featured


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New York Times (AP): Lead Fears Grow in Newark, But Problem Isn't New

Steven Marcus, MD, Professor, NJMS and Director, NJPIES quoted


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Newark Schools Want to Test Students' Blood for Lead

Steven Marcus, MD, Professor, NJMS and Director, NJPIES quoted


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PIX11: Hundreds rush to get blood tests amid lead concerns in Newark

Steven Marcus, MD, Professor, NJMS and Director, NJPIES quoted


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Healio.com: Guidelines Needed for Physicians Treating Venom Allergy

Priya Patel, PhD, researcher at NJMS, quoted


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The Record: Rutgers Offers Course for Med Students on Terror Risks

Leonard Cole, PhD, director of Terror Medicine and Security in the Department of Emergency Medicine at NJMS, quoted


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Impact on Newark kids’ health: What do elevated lead levels mean?

Steven Marcus, MD, Professor, NJMS and Director, NJPIES quoted


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Examiner: New Theorem Helps Reveal Tuberculosis' Secret

Marila Gennaro, MD, professor of medicine in the PHRI at NJMS, cited
Pratik Datta, PhD, researcher in the PHRI at NJMS, cited


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United Press International: Stents, Surgery Equally Durable, Safe for Reducing Stroke Risk

Rutgers mentioned


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Natural News: How 'Farmacy' Practice, or Using Food as Medicine, Can Change the World

Ronald Weiss, MD, assistant professor in the Department of Medicine at NJMS, quoted


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Theverge.com: Climate Change and Urbanization are Spurring Outbreaks of Mosquito-Borne Diseases Like Zika

Eliseo Eugenin, PhD, researcher in the Public Health Research Institute at NJMS, quoted


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Times of India: This Theorem Can Help To Cure Tuberculosis' Secret

Rutgers cited


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The Courier-Post: Is Zika Virus on Its Way to NJ?

Rajendra Kapila, MD, Professor in the Department of Medicine at NJMS, quoted
Joseph Apuzzio, MD, Professor of OB-GYN at NJMS, quoted


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Gannett New Jersey: Battle To Keep Crippling Zika Virus Out of NJ

Rajendra Kapila, MD, Professor in the Department of Medicine at NJMS, quoted
Joseph Apuzzio, MD, Professor of OB-GYN at NJMS, quoted


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Patch: Zika Virus Could Become Problem In N.J., Toms River Area By July

Joseph Apuzzio, MD, Professor of OB-GYN at NJMS, quoted
Dina Fonseca, PhD, Professor at Rutgers School of Environmental and Biological Sciences, quoted


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Jersey Tomato Press: UPDATE: Rutgers Offers Info on Zika Virus

Joseph Apuzzio, MD, Professor of OB-GYN at NJMS, featured


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NJ.COM: What Pregnant Women Need To Know About Zika Virus Pandemic

Rajendra Kapila, MD, Professor in the Department of Medicine at NJMS, quoted


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Rutgers Today: Medical School of Brotherly Love

Jean Daniel Eloy, MD, Associate Professor of the Department of Anesthesiology at NJMS, featured
Jean Anderson Eloy, MD, Professor of the Department of Otolaryngology at NJMS, featured


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Pop Herald: Depression Screening Recommended for Pregnant Women, New Moms

Lisa Gittens-Williams, MD, Associate Professor of OB-GYN at NJMS, quoted


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Rutgers Today: Rare Zika Virus Poses Scare for Pregnant Women

Joseph Apuzzio, MD, Professor of OB-GYN at NJMS, featured


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Gannett New Jersey: Rutgers study: Texting In the Dark Unhealthy for Teens

Sue X. Ming, MD, PhD, Professor, Department of Neurology at NJMS, featured


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Gannett New Jersey: Zika Virus Scare: Rutgers Expert Says Pregnant Women Should Worry

Joseph Apuzzio, MD, Professor of OB-GYN at NJMS, featured


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Jersey Tomato Press: UPDATE: Rutgers Offers Info on Zika Virus

Joseph Apuzzio, MD, Professor of OB-GYN at NJMS, featured


Forbes: Texting In The Dark Hits Student Grades

Sue X. Ming, MD, PhD, Professor, Department of Neurology at NJMS, quoted


The Record: Task Force Urges Doctors To Screen New Moms For Depression

Lisa Gittens-Williams, MD, Associate Professor of OB-GYN at NJMS, quoted


Rutgers Today: Rutgers Professor Focuses Medical Practice on a Part of the Body that Gets Little Respect - the Coccyx

Patrick M. Foye, MD, Interim Chair of the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at NJMS, featured


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Sleep Review: Texting at Night Affects Teens’ Sleep, Academic Performance

Sue X. Ming, MD, PhD, Professor, Department of Neurology at NJMS, quoted


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The Health Site: Are your teen’s grades falling? He could be busy texting in the night

Sue X. Ming, MD, PhD, Professor, Department of Neurology at NJMS, quoted


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Parent Herald: Night Texting Affects Teenagers' Grades, Study Says

Sue X. Ming, MD, PhD, Professor, Department of Neurology at NJMS, quoted


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CNBnews.net: Texting at Night Affects Teens’ Sleep, Academic

Sue X. Ming, MD, PhD, Professor, Department of Neurology at NJMS, quoted


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CTV News (Canada): Texting at Night Affecting Teens' Grades, Study Shows

Sue X. Ming, MD, PhD, Professor, Department of Neurology at NJMS, quoted


Adolescents need to be getting eight-and-a-half hours of sleep each night, scientists warned

Daily Mail (UK): Teenagers who stay up all night texting 'are less likely to excel at school because they're sleep deprived'

Sue X. Ming, MD, PhD, Professor, Department of Neurology at NJMS, quoted


DECCAN HERALD (India): Night Texting Affects Teens' Sleep, Academic Performance

Sue X. Ming, MD, PhD, Professor, Department of Neurology at NJMS, quoted


PARENT HERALD: Late Night Texting Habits of Teens Causes Sleep Deprivation; Can Cause Poor Academic Performance Too A New Study Reveals

Sue X. Ming, MD, PhD, Professor, Department of Neurology at NJMS, quoted


Becker's Hospital Review: 20 physician resolutions for 2016

Dennis Grech, Assistant Professor, Anesthesiology, NJMS, quoted