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Rutgers Today: Rutgers Investigates Deadly Emerging Fungal Infection

The Rutgers team - led by David Perlin, executive director and professor of the Public Health Research Institute at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School, and postdoctoral fellow Milena Kordalewska - will identify a new way to rapidly and accurately detect C. auris in swabs from patients and hospital environments.


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Scientists from NJMS helped find DNA damage caused by Gulf War Syndrome.

Laboratoryequipment.com: Gulf War Syndrome DNA Damage Found by Rutgers, VA Scientists


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Salon.com: Trump guts critical health care for the poor - and nobody noticed

Glenn Fennelly, MD, Chair of Department of Pediatrics, Professor of Pediatrics and Microbiology & Molecular Genetics at NJMS, quoted.


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NJ.com: How fentanyl went from obscurity to N.J.'s most dangerous drug

Last year, fentanyl killed nearly 900 people in New Jersey alone. This is how a prescription drug used to treat end state cancer patients has emerged as New Jersey's deadliest drug.


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EMS1: Trauma surgeon takes lead on campaign to train police, bystanders on bleeding control

The team, led by Rutgers New Jersey Medical School trauma surgeon Adam Fox, is partnering with EMS providers from University Hospital to conduct the largest "Stop the Bleed" campaign in the state.


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New Brunswick Patch: Rutgers Teaches Public How To Stop Blood Loss In Mass Shootings

Adam Fox, D.O., Assistant Professor of surgery at New Jersey Medical School and his "Stop the Bleed" team has taught emergency bleeding response techniques to about 500 law enforcement officials and members of the public over the past two years.


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Evaluating a Drug-Susceptibility Test for TB

David Alland, MD Associate Dean, Clinical Research at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School


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Roommates, Then and Now

NJMS students Angelica Lopez and Elizabeth Batista have so much in common, they were destined to follow similar paths


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Empowering Bystanders to Act as First Responders

Adam Fox, D.O., Assistant Professor of surgery at New Jersey Medical School and his "Stop the Bleed" team has taught emergency bleeding response techniques to about 500 law enforcement officials and members of the public over the past two years.


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MyCentralJersey.com (Home News Tribune/Courier-News): Rutgers trauma physicians empower bystanders to act as first responders

The team, led by trauma surgeon Adam Fox from Rutgers New Jersey Medical School and EMS from University Hospital, are directing the largest “Stop the Bleed” campaign in the state, teaching laypeople basic skills of hemorrhage control for immediate, on-the-scene care.


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Evaluating a Drug-Susceptibility Test for TB

David Alland, MD Associate Dean, Clinical Research at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School


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North Jersey: Bergen Regional Medical Center Gets New Name, New Management As Care Plus Takes Charge

Daily operations at New Bridge Medical Center have officially been taken over by Care Plus Bergen, a partnership formed by New Jersey Medical School, Integrity House, and Care Plus NJ Inc.


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Rutgers Community Comes to Aid of Hurricane Victims

Adam Fox, D.O., Assistant Professor of surgery at New Jersey Medical School, traveled to Houston immediately after the storm to provide critical relief.


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Nature: How The Internet Of Cells Has Biologists Buzzing

Eliseo Eugenin, PhD, studies HIV at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School in Newark, quoted


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Rutgers Today: Memory Decline After Head Injury May be Preventing by Slowing Brain Cell Growth

Viji Santhakumar, PhD, Associate Professor in the Department of Pharmacology, Physiology & Neuroscience, quoted


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Cancers connected to HPV - Are 9/11 first responders more at risk?

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


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CNN.com: 9/11 Dust Tied To Heart Risk In Children, Study Says

Pauline Thomas, MD, Professor, and Director of Preventive Medicine Residency at NJMS, quoted


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WVU.Edu: Festival of Ideas presents 'Opioid Crisis in America' with Dr. Petros Levounis

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


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DaileyMail.com: Forget Cosmetic Surgery, It's 'bone lift' that are the key to holding back the hands of time! Surgeons reveal preventing bones from drooping is the key to preventing wrinkles

Boris Paskhover, MD, Assistant Professor in the Department of Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery at NJMS, featured


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Daily Record: Police Dogs Face New Dangers From Fentanyl

Diane P. Calello, MD, Executive Director of the New Jersey Poison Information and Education System, quoted


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NJ.Com: 15 Sickened in 3 Weeks in N.J. From Eating Wild Mushrooms

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


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Rutgers Today: Worms May Hold Answers to Curbing Disease in Developing World

George Yap, PhD, Associate Professor of the NJMS Center for Immunity and Inflammation, and William Gause, PhD, Professor of Medicine at NJMS, Senior Associate Dean for Research and Director of Center for Immunity and Inflammation, mentioned


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Adirondack Daily Enterprise: As Concussion Worries Rise, Scientists at Can-Am Are On The Front Lines

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


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NorthJersey.com: Bergen County's Public Hospital To Extend Addiction Treatment

Robert Johnson, MD, FAAP, The Sharon and Joseph L. Muscarelle Endowed Dean of NJMS, mentioned


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The Courier-Post: Fentanyl Danger has SJ First Responders on Edge

Diane Calello, MD, Executive and Medical Director of NJ Poison Center, quoted


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Warren Patch: Warren Local Awarded $57K To Develop App For Medical Students, Physicians

Dan Nguyen of Warren Township, fourth-year NJMS student
Gerard D'Onofrio, fourth-year NJMS student


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U.S. News: Does MS Affect Thinking Skills?

John DeLuca, PhD, Professor in the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, quoted


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The New York Times: Gay and Transgender Patients to Doctors: We'll Tell. Just Ask.

John Paul Sanchez, MD, MPH, Assistant Dean of Diversity and Inclusion, and Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine, quoted


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WABC-TV: "Here and Now" on Infant Mortality

Onajovwe O. Fofah, MD, University Neonatologist and Vice Chair of Clinical Enterprise, Department of Pediatrics at NJMS, featured


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NBC 10 News: Lyme Disease on Rise Amid Diagnosis, Treatment Controversy

Nikhat Parveen, PhD, Associate Professor at NJMS, quoted


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NPR. Org: Focus On Infants During Childbirth Leaves U.S. Moms In Danger

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


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The Philadelphia Inquirer: Alzheimer's, autism, anxiety could be treated with marijuana in NJ by 2018

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


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Science Magazine: Rutgers researchers determine structure of Tuberculosis target drug

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


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USA Today: Why 2017 may be a bad year for Lyme Disease

Jim Occi, researcher at NJMS, quoted


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Rutgers Today: A Revolutionary Approach to Preventing Transmission of a Cancer-Causing Virus

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


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World Health Organization announces new TB testing

David Alland, MD, Associate Dean of Clinical Research at NJMS, featured


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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