Racial disparities in COVID-19 mortality in the U.S. are associated with social factors like income, education, and internet access, according to a Rutgers study published in the Journal of Racial and Ethnic Health Disparities.
The global health consequences and moral implications of wealthy countries hoarding vaccines could be quite serious, said institute director Richard Marlink in a story published by The Daily Targum.
Watch a time-lapse video of Rutgers students assembling COVID-19 testing kits, part of a volunteer effort organized by the Rutgers Global Health Institute Student Council. Plus, find out how you can help.
In a television interview broadcast by NJ Spotlight News, institute director Richard Marlink discusses the COVID-19 vaccine. Topics include how long immunity might last and roadblocks in rolling out a vaccination program.
In an interview about COVID-19 vaccines, institute director Richard Marlink discusses that people may need to get vaccinated annually as well as the importance of a global approach to controlling the pandemic.
Rutgers Global Health Institute director Richard Marlink is among the “experts, pundits, and social media users” interviewed for a national story about U.S. Congress members being among the first to receive coronavirus vaccines.
School of Communication and Information students developed an app intended to detect COVID-19. Institute director Richard Marlink was the student team’s industry mentor in the Rutgers I-Corps program.
Research scientist Maria Laura Gennaro deploys her immunology and microbiology expertise, honed through decades of studying tuberculosis, in the world’s fight against COVID-19.
Energized committees, new members, and renewed commitment to global health collaboration at Rutgers were among the highlights of the Rutgers Global Health Institute Student Council meeting earlier this month.
Rutgers Global Health Institute director Richard Marlink discusses the disproportionate hardships facing low-income and minority communities in New Jersey because of the COVID-19 pandemic and why helping everyone recover is important for our state.