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With forward-thinking scientists and advanced biomedical research facilities, we endeavor to fulfill the promise of tomorrow's new treatments in healthcare and medicine.
We combine discovery and excellence in medical education with a commitment to constant innovation and progress.
Community service is not just a passion, it is a core mission area of New Jersey Medical School.
Why New Jersey Medical School
Through a rigorous curriculum that places emphasis on combining holistic educational experiences with lessons learned by on-the-job training, New Jersey Medical School students are taught by venerated faculty members to become highly-skilled and compassionate physicians who deliver a particular brand of medicine and healthcare that is defined by extraordinary skill, professionalism, and respect for the patient.
Study Logs Five-Fold Increase in Autism in New York-New Jersey Region
Documented cases of autism spectrum disorder (ASD) in the New York–New Jersey metro region increased by as much as 500 percent between 2000 and 2016, with the highest increase among children without intellectual disabilities, according to a Rutgers study.
Here Are the Top Rutgers Health Sciences Stories of 2022
NJMS is proud to be a part of this incredible list of 2022 notable health stories at Rutgers.
Rutgers Scientists Produce “DNA Virus Vaccine” to Fight DNA Viruses
Learn why NJMS researcher, Dr. Dabbu Jaijyan, hopes his study will accelerate vaccine development in untreated viral infections in humans and animals.
As Long COVID Cases Soar, Rutgers Clinic Offers Free Care
Dr. Nizar Souayah, NJMS professor and founder of the Comprehensive COVID-19 Neurology Care Center of Excellence, explains who may visit the clinic and what they can expect.
Infectious Disease Expert Named National Academy of Inventors Fellow
NJMS professor, Dr. Maria Gennaro, received the highest professional distinction granted solely to academic inventors.
A new study linked gas stoves to nearly 13% of childhood asthma cases. Dr. Khalil Savary, pediatric pulmonologist and NJMS professor, and other experts weigh in.
According to a Rutgers University study, certain prescription sleep medications are linked to a higher risk of overdose in young adults and teenagers.
Dr. Lewis Nelson, NJMS professor and other toxicology experts, weigh in on the release of Keenan Anderson’s preliminary toxicology results.
Dr. Stanley H. Weiss, NJMS professor, believes there are two reasons why cases appear to be down: a lag in statistics and a lot of mild cases.
Medical Science Building Renovation Project
Rutgers New Jersey Medical School has embarked on an exciting renovation project to update and modernize the school's Medical Science Building. The 630,000-square-foot structure is the central hub of the NJMS campus and the school's nationally recognized research efforts.
To understand New Jersey Medical School's future, is to first understand its storied past. Travel through time to learn about the early beginnings of the oldest medical school in the state of New Jersey. Thanks to its thriving community of students, faculty, staff, and researchers, New Jersey Medical School remains steadfast on its path toward greatness. We invite you to join us for the journey. Click Here To View Our Full Timeline
Incorporation papers are filed to establish the Seton Hall College of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey (SHCMD) as the state's first medical school.
Charles L. Brown, MD, is appointed founding dean of SHCMD and leads an initiative to attract outstanding faculty to the new school.
The four-year medical program at SHCMD receives full accreditation from the American Medical Association.
The school is renamed as the New Jersey College of Medicine and Dentistry (NJCMD).
As part of the Medical and Dental Act of 1970, NJCMD and Rutgers Medical School are combined under one Board of Trustees as the College of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey (CMDNJ).