In a lecture organized by Rutgers Global Health Institute, guest speaker Yehoda Martei discussed breast cancer care and outcomes in sub-Saharan Africa, particularly Botswana.
The council, consisting of 52 undergraduate and graduate students from 19 different schools across the university, represents the student voice at the institute and will help foster global health collaboration across Rutgers’ academic disciplines.
A mathematician may not be an obvious choice when forming partnerships in health-related investigations, but the idea of applying math in ways that impact people’s lives is something that Benedetto Piccoli, an applied mathematics scholar, finds exciting.
Health Communication & Community Health, a course offered at the School of Communication and Information, explores communication as an important process through which we become aware of, make sense of, and address health-related problems.
Food and Drug Law, a course offered at Rutgers Law School, explores how regulation empowers consumers to make safer and more informed decisions about the products they buy and the companies they support.