December 2018

Psych Rehab Student Wins Counseling Award


Student Wins Counseling Award Nada Samo, a student in our M.S. in Rehabilitation Counseling program, was the recipient of the Nancy Jaeger Award for Excellence in Counseling. The award was given to Samo by Ramapo College. Samo, a school counselor at Al-Ghazaly Jr./Sr. High School, a private school in Wayne, New Jersey, [...]

Psych Rehab Student Wins Counseling Award2018-12-12T10:18:34+00:00

Rutgers SHP Researcher Awarded $400,000 NIH Grant


Rutgers SHP Researcher Awarded $400,000 NIH Grant  DPT faculty member Jean-Francois Daneault, Ph.D., has just received a $400,000 research grant from the National Institutes of Health to use wearable and mobile data to diagnose and monitor movement disorders. With the aging population, more people are living with movement disorders but there is a [...]

Rutgers SHP Researcher Awarded $400,000 NIH Grant2018-12-04T14:55:31+00:00

November 2018

Developing a Cancer-Fighting Algorithm


True Love and Science Inspire a Cancer-Fighting Algorithm. Using a computerized solution, a Rutgers researcher has found a potential predictor of treatment response for prostate cancer. What do you do when you want to dedicate your life to fighting cancer, but a life change means you can’t afford medical school? When Antonina [...]

Developing a Cancer-Fighting Algorithm2018-11-26T14:52:28+00:00

October 2018

Tooth Loss and Malnutrition


Tooth Loss Can Indicate Malnutrition, Rutgers Study Says Older adults who have 10 to 19 teeth are at higher risk for malnutrition Newark, N.J. (October 25, 2018) – Older adults are at risk for both impaired oral health and malnutrition, according to a study by Rutgers University researchers. The study,Journal of Aging Research [...]

Tooth Loss and Malnutrition2018-10-25T15:03:53+00:00

August 2018

EOF Retreat Sets Disadvantaged Students Up for Success


EOF  Retreat Sets Disadvantaged Students Up for Success SOMERSET, NJ - Spread across a swath of green grass, students on Yoga mats were practicing breathing, stretching, and balancing. Later, they would learn about healthy food choices, portion control and the importance of monitoring sugar content. It was part of a three-day annual [...]

EOF Retreat Sets Disadvantaged Students Up for Success2018-08-14T16:37:30+00:00

July 2018

Delivering High-Tech Science Learning


Delivering High-Tech Health Sciences Learning This virtual dissection table displays the life-size three-dimensional image of a cadaver—in this case, the body of a 38-year-old man who donated his body for medical research. The detailed cadaver was recreated in vivid color based on actual  body scans and loaded into the 6-foot-long touch-screen table. [...]

Delivering High-Tech Science Learning2018-07-26T14:37:38+00:00