Environment and Occupational Medicine Professors Publish a Primer on Exposure Science

A new book, Exposure Science: Basic Principles and Applications  (Elsevier, 2014), written by Paul J. Lioy and Clifford P. Weisel, professors in the Department of Environmental and Occupational Medicine of Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, provides students, faculty, and others interested in environmental and occupational health research with a basic understanding of the field of Exposure Science.

New Strategic Plan Calls for Greater Collaboration with Business

Improved Access and Simplified Processes Among the Recommendations

Expanding collaboration with the business community is among the recommendations made in the new strategic plan for Rutgers, which was approved recently by the university’s Board of Governors. The five-year plan is a bold and comprehensive blueprint that will propel Rutgers into the ranks of the nation’s premier public universities, and enhanced corporate partnerships and relationships are a key goal.

Team Science Initiative Awards

DATE:            March 12, 2014

TO:                RBHS Faculty

FROM:           Kathleen Scotto, PhD

                      Vice Chancellor for Research

Three Rutgers Profs Honored for Inventions

Their Patents in Biomedical Materials, Drug Delivery and Computer Engineering Led to the Honor

Three Rutgers faculty members were honored last month as Fellows of the National Academy of Inventors: Joachim Kohn and Kathryn Uhrich, professors in the Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology in the School of Arts and Sciences, and Richard Mammone, professor in the School of Engineering and the Rutgers Business School.

The Future Of Teaching Labs At Rutgers


Strategic goals, pedagogy, technology, facilities, and more