CBN Assistant Professors Max Tischfield and Rafiq Huda receive Brain and Behavior Research Foundation’s Young Investigator Award

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.

New AI Method May Boost Crohn’s Disease Insight and Improve Treatment

Rutgers-led study uses artificial intelligence to examine genetic signatures of inflammatory bowel illness

Rutgers University Invited to Join Highly Competitive Global Scholars Program 2022

Industry-Academia Collaboration Aims to Advance Innovative Biomedical Research and Drug Discovery, Improve Patients’ Lives

Gut Check Time

Martin J. Blaser and Maria Gloria Dominguez-Bello are investigating the microbiome, the vast constellation of bodily bacteria that regulate our health—and may hold the key to medicine's future

Beneficial Bacteria Can Be Restored to C-Section Babies at Birth

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.

Studying Diverse Populations Can Boost Genetic Discovery, Curb Health Disparities

Most genetic studies include only people of primarily European descent

Rutgers Alumnus Leads Charge to Find Cure for Diabetes

Aaron Kowalski is the first person living with type 1 diabetes to lead the world’s largest nonprofit funder of diabetes research

Better Biosensor Technology Created for Stem Cells

Rutgers innovation may help guide treatment of Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s diseases

Research Delivers New Hope for Epilepsy Patients

New diagnostic model can determine if patients will respond to treatment with 80 percent accuracy

Understanding "Chemo Brain" in Children

Understanding ‘Chemo Brain’ in Children: Researchers Secure $4.6 Million NIH Grant to Identify Those at Risk

Rutgers Researchers Identify the Origins of Metabolism

Scientists insert synthesized, primordial protein into living cells

Rutgers-Led Team Receives $25 Million to Tackle Debilitating Condition in Late Stages of Cancer

Rutgers Cancer Institute researcher Eileen White leads effort to take on cancer cachexia

Research Team Studying Aging and Disease Adapts During Pandemic

Monica Driscoll, a molecular neuro-geneticist in the School of Arts and Sciences at Rutgers-New Brunswick, seeks to discover the ways in which humans might extend healthy lifespan, a job that is not done easily over Zoom.

Once Called Cellular Debris, Tiny Bubbles May Play Key Role in Understanding, Treating Diseases

Rutgers researchers used roundworms to discover extracellular vesicles carry RNA-binding proteins

Higher Protein Intake While Dieting Leads to Healthier Eating

Rutgers study also finds diets with more protein prevent lean mass loss

Humble Pond Plant Duckweed May Help Researchers to Develop Better Crops

Rutgers-led study puts the spotlight back on the rapidly growing aquatic species

Bonnie Firestein Named AIMBE Fellow

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.

Discovery Could Help Slow Down Progression of Parkinson’s Disease

Rutgers collaborates with Scripps Research hoping to develop new drug treatment

Antibiotics in Early Life Could Affect Brain Development

Exposure to antibiotics in utero or after birth could lead to brain disorders in later childhood