A strong emphasis is placed on classroom learning with our top faculty across the eight schools of Rutgers Health, in addition to multiple centers and institutes throughout the state. Courses of study range from A.S. undergraduate certificates to post-doctoral studies and joint degrees.
The university's academic health center works every day to make the world well.
Through basic, translational, and clinical research at the aforementioned centers and institutes, Rutgers Health—one of the most comprehensive university-based destinations for studying health care—is advancing human health and medical education.
Many Rutgers Health professors are clinicians, which gives students the opportunity to get hands-on experience in the clinics that make up our academic health care provider organization. Our more than 1,300 care providers draw from the expertise of more than 2 million patient visits each year.
The new devices reduce recovery times. Innovative techniques being developed at Rutgers Health may reduce them more.
Samantha Eng’s call to pursue a career in medicine and help heal physical and emotional pain grew out of her experience in preschool accompanying her mother for medical treatment in her quest to have another child.
Nine Rutgers professors are among 506 scientists, engineers and innovators recognized for their achievements.
Rutgers New Jersey Medical School will coordinate a worldwide effort to stop one of the most deadly infectious diseases from spreading.
Perry N. Halkitis and his colleagues explain how the Center for Health, Identity, Behavior and Prevention Studies is a training ground for scientific activism.
The donation will increase clinic hours for underserved communities across central New Jersey.