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Awards & Achievements

Laura E. Liang, Ph.D. recipient of the Presidential Award for Excellence in Teaching

Laura E. Liang, Ph.D. recipient of the Presidential Award for Excellence in Teaching Laura E. Liang, Ph.D. Assistant Professor and Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, Department of Health Behavior, Society, and Policy, School of Public Health, Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences Congratulations to Laura E. Liang, Ph.D. Assistant Professor and Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, […]

Posted at 9:03 am May 9, 2020, in Awards & Achievements, Members in the News, News

EOHSI Member Andrew Brooks, Ph.D. featured in media outlets nationally: RUCDR Coronavirus saliva test gets FDA emergency use approval

EOHSI Member Andrew Brooks, Ph.D. featured in media outlets nationally: RUCDR Coronavirus saliva test gets FDA emergency use approval Courtesy: CNCB.com The Food and Drug Administration granted emergency use authorization for a coronavirus test relying on saliva samples developed by a Rutgers University-backed entity, Rutgers said Monday. The test could increase, by tens of thousands […]

Posted at 12:26 pm April 14, 2020, in Awards & Achievements, News, Spring 2017

Mark G. Robson, Ph.D. nominated to receive the Clement A. Price Human Dignity Award for 2019-2020

Mark G. Robson, Ph.D. nominated to receive the Clement A. Price Human Dignity Award for 2019-2020 Mark G. Robson, Ph.D. Congratulations to EOHSI Member Mark G. Robson, Ph.D. Nominated by Dr. Laura  Lawson, the Committee to Advance Our Common Purposes has selected him to receive the Clement A. Price Human Dignity Award for 2019-2020. The […]

Posted at 4:20 pm March 20, 2020, in Awards & Achievements, Members in the News, News

Michael Gochfeld featured in Northjersey.com: Will season’s longer days, stronger sunlight, warmer air help kill coronavirus?

Michael Gochfeld, MD featured in Northjersey.com: Will season’s longer days, stronger sunlight, warmer air help kill coronavirus? MIchael Gochfeld, MD Increased sunlight and warmer temperatures have been shown to disrupt the transmission of some viruses. But COVID19 has only existed for three months and the scientific research is still not there. “There is no consensus that […]

Posted at 9:18 am March 20, 2020, in Awards & Achievements, Community Outreach, Members in the News, News, Research Highlights