"For All the People: A Century of Citizen Action in Health Care Reform"
Bake sale in response to the deadliest wildfires in California's history
Dr. Smith was instrumental in NYMC's discovery of a new diagnostic peptide for Lyme disease.
The Oncology Interest Group led the School of Medicine (SOM) celebration of No Shave November, or Movember, to raise money for the Movember Foundation to increase awareness of men's health issues including prostate cancer, testicular cancer, mental health and suicide prevention.
The Doctor of Physical Therapy (D.P.T.) Class of 2020 was proud to share their good works and good will at the Community Service Project Presentations on November 29.
The School of Medicine (SOM) Office of Diversity and Inclusion marked the month of November, Native American Heritage Month, with a special presentation, "The Social and Structural Determinants of Urban American Indian and Alaska Native (AI/AN) Health," on November 29.
The School of Health Sciences and Practice hosted a special Dean's Lecture on November 28.
NYMC was pleased to host the Holocaust and Human Rights Education Center's Fourth Annual Human Rights Institute for Middle School Student Leaders on campus on November 8, 13 and 15.
Department of Pediatrics and the Children's Health and Research Foundation Hosts Eighth Annual Assistant Professor Pediatric Research Symposium
Hosted by the Department of Pediatrics and the Children's Health and Research Foundation, Inc., on November 7 at Maria Fareri Children's Hospital.
Diane E. Heck, Ph.D., professor of public health and associate dean for research in the School of Health Sciences and Practice and director of pharmacology and drug development at the UMDNJ-Rutgers University CounterACT Research Center of Excellence (CounterACT), has announced a step forward in the effort to develop an antidote to sulfur mustard, the chemical weapon more commonly known as mustard gas.