New Jersey Medical School In The News

 

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North Jersey.com: 2017 may be a very bad year for Lyme Disease

Jim Occi, researcher at NJMS, quoted


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Consumer Reports: How to Protect Kids from Household Poisons

Bruce Ruck, PharmD, DABT, Managing Director of NJ Poison Center, quoted


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The Philadelphia Inquirer: Crohn's disease scientist knows the disease as a patient, too

Karen Edelblum, Ph.D., Chancellor Scholar, and Assistant Professor in the Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, quoted


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myCentralJersey.com: Promising new treatment delivery methods for opioid addiction

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


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Rutgers Today: Rutgers' Open and Affordable Textbooks Project Saves Students Nearly $1.6 Million

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


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NJ.com: How Rutgers wants to lower the price of textbooks for students

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


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PR Web: Revolutionary Study on Preventing Transmission of Cancer-causing HPV Using CarraShield Labs' Divine 9 Lubricant Launches at Rutgers and Albert Einstein Medical Schools

Mark Einstein, MD, Chair of OB/GYN and Assistant Dean of Clinical Research Unit at NJMS, mentioned


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The New York Times: Long-Term Opioid Use Could Depend on the Doctor Who First Prescribed It

Lewis Nelson, MD, Chair of Emergency Medicine at NJMS, mentioned


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Boston Globe: He Says He Invented E-mail. Dispute Him at Your Own Risk.

Leslie Michelson, PhD, director of computer services at NJMS, quoted


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Rutgers Student Leads the Way at Association of American Medical Colleges

Jose Medina, the son of Cuban émigrés, is also an activist, raising funds for cancer and volunteering to improve communities