Bertino, Joseph R

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  • Joseph R. Bertino
  • Professor
  • Department: The Cancer Institute of NJ
  • Phone: 1.7322358510
  • Email: bertinoj@cinj.rutgers.edu
  • The Cancer Institute of NJ, Room 3034
  • 195 Little Albany Street
  • New Brunswick, NJ 08901
  • Key Words: Cancer biology, lymphomas, antimetabolites

For more than 50 years, I have taken care of thousands of patients with lymphoma and other blood cancers, while at the same time, trying to unlock the mysteries of these diseases through research.

Since coming to the Cancer Institute of New Jersey in 2002, I have collaborated with top experts in the field to help develop the latest generation of cancer treatments. I have had a special research interest in developing new drugs and understanding why drugs work or don't work, and I am currently exploring new treatments for one type of lymphoma, namely T- Cell lymphoma. By having the resources available that can only be found at a National Cancer Institute-designated Comprehensive Cancer Center, our team is able to translate these research findings and directly apply them to patient therapies.

With a clinical expertise in lymphoma, I work closely with colleagues across all disciplines at the Cancer Institute, including those within the Leukemia/Lymphoma/Hematologic Malignancies Program, to educate patients about the treatment options available to them.

I completed a USPHS fellowship (in hematology/oncology) at University of Washington School of Medicine. I am a member of the Board of the Lymphoma Research Foundation, which administers grants to promising young investigators. I am the author or co-author of more than 400 scientific publications and I am the associate medical editor of the journal Hem/Onc Today.

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Rutgers and Tel Aviv University Enter Partnership to Boost Research Collaboration

Rutgers President Jonathan Holloway and Ariel Porat, president of Tel Aviv University, signed a memorandum of understanding that will further the collaboration between the two research universities.

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Combining Ancient and Modern Medicine, Scientists Use Cupping to Deliver COVID-19 Vaccine in Lab Tests

Rutgers researchers studying COVID-19 have created a new way to deliver DNA molecules into skin cells, using a suction technique similar to the ancient healing practice of cupping that increases blood circulation and promotes healing.

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