New Jersey Medical School Spotlight 2018

Rutgers Study Finds Rise in Overdoses from Opioids in Diarrhea Drug

3D Printer Pairs Technology
Recently, two medical school students spent six hours making a liver. They aren’t mad scientists; they’re co-directors of the school’s new 3D Printing Project. [VIDEO]

Rutgers NJMS Study Reveals New Insights into Bone Loss in Joint Implant Patients
Rutgers researchers have discovered the long-sought reason that many people with joint replacements experience harmful inflammation and bone loss.Their finding, published in Nature Materials, may pave the way for new therapies to reduce pain and prevent the need for follow-up surgery.

Accelerated Three Year Primary Care
Beginning in 2019, this new program will allow students to earn a primary care medical degree in three years instead of four.

Searching for a Cure to Cervical Cancer

Rutgers NJMS Study Reveals New Insights into Bone Loss in Joint implant Patients

Be Unlike the Others. Distinction Programs at NJMS set you apart.
Designed to enrich academic endeavors, Distinction Programs provide NJMS students an opportunity to distinguish themselves from other medical school graduates.

3D Printer Pairs Technology with Medicine [VIDEO]

Center on Gun Violence Research
Stephanie Bonne, assistant professor of surgery and director of the Hospital Violence Intervention Program, will serve as head of data surveillance at new Center on Gun Violence Research.

Supporting a Vulnerable Population
Estimates suggest three million Americans suffer from gender dysphoria, a sense of being born the wrong sex. Learn how physicians with the Rutgers Center for Transgender Health are supporting this vulnerable community.

Leading HIV Prevention and Treatment
World AIDS Day is Saturday, December 1. Find out how experts at NJMS are leading efforts for HIV treatment and prevention in New Jersey and beyond.

Accelerated Three Year Primary Care
Beginning in 2019, this new program will allow students to earn a primary care medical degree in three years instead of four.

3D Printer Pairs Technology with Medicine

Accelerated Three Year Primary Care
Beginning in 2019, this new program will allow students to earn a primary care medical degree in three years instead of four.

Leading HIV Prevention and Treatment
World AIDS Day is Saturday, December 1. Find out how experts at NJMS are leading efforts for HIV treatment and prevention in New Jersey and beyond.

Supporting a Vulnerable Population
Estimates suggest three million Americans suffer from gender dysphoria, a sense of being born the wrong sex. Learn how physicians with the Rutgers Center for Transgender Health are supporting this vulnerable community.

Center on Gun Violence Research
Stephanie Bonne, assistant professor of surgery and director of the Hospital Violence Intervention Program, will serve as head of data surveillance at new Center on Gun Violence Research.

Recognizing a Day of Remembrance in Support of a Vulnerable Population

Improv to Improve
Through a partnership between Dr. Nicholas Ponzio at Rutgers NJMS and David Dannefelser at Mason Gross School of the Arts, researchers from Rutgers NJMS are using improv workshops to help better explain the complexities of medicine.

Concussion Research and Rugby
Often in sports, athletes take a blow to the head which may cause a concussion. NJMS physician, Jorge Serrador, studies concussions and the possibility of long-term negative effects at the annual Can-Am Rugby Tournament

3D Structures for Kidney Stones
Dr. Tibor Rohacs publishes: Structural insights on TRPV5 gating by endogenous modulators.

New Device Helps Balance Improvement In Veterans

Dr. Patricia Fitzgerald-Bocarsly Named RBHS Provost in Newark

Rutgers-RWJBarnabas Partnership Expands Academics and Research.

NJMS Surgeon Helps Transgender People Live the Way They Feel Inside

I'm a surgeon who helps transgender people live the way they feel inside

Is “Man Flu” Real? 7-Year-Old’s Sleep Crisis; Ask the Gyno; Intervention Star’s Fight to Stay Sober