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.
In Jharkhand, India, years of deficient rainfall have resulted in drought, leading to crop failure, food insecurity, and diminished livelihoods.This study is investigating the potential of indigenous foods in contributing to dietary diversity and nutritional value to improve food security in Jharkhand’s vulnerable tribal communities.
Rutgers Grad Inspired to Pursue Medical Career after Witnessing the Carnage of War Named Tillman Scholar
As an undergraduate at Rutgers University-Newark, Saul witnessed how social factors—poverty, education, food insecurity, transportation, and housing—impacted the health of people in his community. He felt compelled to explore solutions beyond the boundaries of the clinical setting.
Meet Mark Robson, a core faculty member who studies environmental exposures to agricultural chemicals and their effects on rural populations, especially farmers and their children.
During a seminar with the Rutgers cohort of 25 young African leaders, institute director Richard Marlink led a discussion about mobilizing three essential strategies to end the epidemic: follow the science, treat the whole person, and expand the health care workforce.