Interdisciplinary team receives “high risk-high payoff” grant from NSF
Rutgers is joining a nationwide project to develop preemptive treatments for viruses that have the potential to become pandemics.
Rutgers study shows cannabidiol may be a possible treatment for postmenopausal women
A novel protein design could lead to a new generation of defensive biosensors and treatments against weapons of mass destruction.
Early exposure to antibiotics kills healthy bacteria in the digestive tract and can cause asthma and allergies, a new study demonstrates.
A novel study involving human brain cells grown in mice provides insight that could lead to potential therapy
Kevin Monahan, an assistant professor in the department of Molecular Biology and Biochemistry in the School of Arts and Sciences at Rutgers University-New Brunswick, believes our sense of smell was under-appreciated until people started to lose it during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Rutgers researchers enable visualization of a transient molecule that helps HIV spread
Research Reveals Structure of a Human Endogenous Reverse Transcriptase
Rutgers study also finds diets with more protein prevent lean mass loss
Research by Rutgers scientist and an international team reveal structures unique in biology
Rutgers Cancer Institute researcher Eileen White leads effort to take on cancer cachexia
Rutgers researchers have discovered that nitrogen-fixing bacteria hidden within leaf cells could lead to more efficient and sustainable methods of crop cultivation.
Irregular production of brain cells may lead to autism spectrum disorder, a Rutgers study finds
A Rutgers researcher who seeks to save dying coral reefs will examine their genetic makeup to try to pinpoint the genes involved in coral bleaching caused by climate change.
Research findings from Max Tischfield and his team of researchers revealed that craniosynostosis is associated with defects in the ability of meningeal lymphatic vessels to grow and remodel, which may have larger implications in understanding brain waste clearance and neurocognitive deficits.
Meet Samuel Adeleye, a member of the Yadavalli Lab and a current Ph.D. candidate in the Microbiology and Molecular Genetics program. He is from Ondo State, Nigeria, studying the basis of bacterial response to environmental stressors at a molecular level. Learn more about his path to Rutgers and his research background!
Bonnie Firestein was named an American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering (AIMBE) Fellow. As an AIMBE fellow, she is recognized as one of the top 2% of medical and biological engineers.
This and another large genetic study, just published in Nature, point to similar genes and biological mechanisms that start to hone in on the root causes of the severe psychiatric disorder
Rutgers researchers discover hormone has therapeutic effects on non-alcoholic fatty liver disease in mouse study
Rutgers researchers used roundworms to discover extracellular vesicles carry RNA-binding proteins
“The Invisible Extinction” chronicles the pioneering work of globetrotting microbiome researchers Martin Blaser and Maria Gloria Dominguez-Bello
Researchers at Rutgers University, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, Rockefeller University, and Cornell University are teaming up to examine how the processes that regulate gene expression and chromosome behaviors can lead to health issues, including cancer, birth defects, miscarriage, and infertility.
A Rutgers professor’s novel research into targeting and silencing defective, disease-causing RNA molecules has led to the launch of Ceptur Therapeutics, a startup that has raised $75 million in Series A funding.
Industry-Academia Collaboration Aims to Advance Innovative Biomedical Research and Drug Discovery, Improve Patients’ Lives
They are among 564 scientists, engineers and innovators recognized for their achievements
A Rutgers-led team has discovered the structures of proteins that may be responsible for the origins of life in the primordial soup of ancient Earth.
Rafiq Huda and Max Tischfield were both awarded the Young Investigator Awards by the Brain and Behavior Research Foundation. This award supports early-career scientists in neuroscience.
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.
Rutgers study can help lung health in people with COVID-19
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.
New diagnostic model can determine if patients will respond to treatment with 80 percent accuracy
A new Rutgers Translational Research facility and a new Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School home will be cornerstones of the NJ Innovation & Technology HUB.
People with severe or prolonged COVID-19 achieve the highest antibody levels, Rutgers study finds
Rutgers-led study puts the spotlight back on the rapidly growing aquatic species
Maternal microbiota transplant may help restore key gut microorganisms, Rutgers study finds
Rutgers will enroll 54 participants who have tested positive for COVID-19 but have not yet been vaccinated
Exposure to antibiotics in utero or after birth could lead to brain disorders in later childhood
A Rutgers study finds vaccine campaigns in Black and Latinx communities depend on transparent information and building on trusted relationships
A Rutgers-led study sheds new light on the evolution of photosynthesis in plants and algae, which could help to improve crop production.
The Jack and Sheryl Morris Cancer Center will house inpatient, outpatient and ancillary services, as well as state-of-the-art laboratories where research faculty can provide hands-on educational opportunities for students, and enable physician-scientists to translate scientific findings directly to patients.
Babies born by cesarean section don’t have the same healthy bacteria as those born vaginally, but a Rutgers-led study for the first time finds that these natural bacteria can be restored.
The STEMM Equity Achievement (SEA) Change initiative supports institutions as they identify and address barriers for those excluded or marginalized in the STEMM fields based on their gender, race, ethnicity, disability or other aspects.
Martin J. Blaser recognized for career-long focus on the microbiome’s effect on human health
Researchers say the microbiome of plants is important for plant cell development and nutrient supply.
Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey deputy director, chief scientific officer, and associate director for basic research Eileen White is one of 120 scientists recognized for achievements in original research.
RUCDR Infinity Biologics pioneered the world’s first coronavirus saliva test
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