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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.
Asbury Park Press – Dr. Stanley Weiss weighs in on the New Jersey Health Department's decision to shorten the quarantine period for students and school staff to five days.
The Star-Ledger – Dr. David Cennimo talks to The Star-Ledger about how hospitals will handle a rise in flu cases as COVID-19 cases have hospitals close to capacity.
The Record – Reports say that NJ schools may use a 'test-to-stay' option to keep unvaccinated students in class. Here's what Dr. Stanley Weiss has to say.
New Jersey Business Magazine – Dr. Dylan Roden discusses the robotic surgery offerings at University Hospital with the acquisition of two new da Vinci robotic-assisted surgery systems.
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.
Dr. David H. Livingston
Elected President of AAST, Leading
Advancing the Science of Trauma
Dr. David H. Livingston of University Hospital Newark was elected President of the American Association for Surgery and Trauma
Honoring Dr. Stanley H. Weiss for His Leadership in Fighting HIV/AIDS
Dr. Stanley H. Weiss affiliated with the Rutgers New Jersey Medical School, was honored with the American Public Health Association's John Snow Award for distinguished service to the health of the public through outstanding contributions to epidemiology.
Award-winning Expert Joins NJMS Faculty
Dr. Nicholas J. Bessman, a well-known researcher in immunity and inflammation who was recently granted the NIH's new innovator award, is joining NJMS.
Maternal Infections that Produce the IL-6 Cytokine Increase the Risk for Neurodevelopmental Disorders
NEWARK, NJ—When a pregnant woman's immune system is fighting a bacterial or viral infection, it will produce cytokines, such as interleukin-6 (IL-6) that direct immune cells to attack the infectious agents.
Announcement $1 million Award to City of Paterson Recipient of Bloomberg Philanthropies' Mayors Challenge Competition
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).