A Global Demand for Supply Chain Skills

A Global Demand for Supply Chain Skills

Climate change and large-scale disasters continue to wreak havoc worldwide. Core faculty member Kevin Lyons contributes his expertise in supply chain management to solve mounting challenges that affect the health of people everywhere.

For New Brunswick’s Poorest Residents, a Path to Better Health

For New Brunswick’s Poorest Residents, a Path to Better Health

Launched last fall at a Rutgers health clinic that serves the city’s homeless and indigent residents, the Health Passport to Healthy Living program encourages patients to actively track their health status using personal “passports.” Robert Wood Johnson Medical School faculty and students are leading this initiative.

Prevention, Treatment Efforts Reduce HIV Infection Among Transgender Women

Prevention, Treatment Efforts Reduce HIV Infection Among Transgender Women

Programs to prevent HIV in transgender women are helping to lower the rate of new infection, but better care and treatment of this vulnerable population are still needed, especially among those with lower income or people of color, according to a study led by core faculty member Henry Raymond, an associate professor at the School of Public Health.

Examining Health Inequality, City by City

Examining Health Inequality, City by City

Public health faculty member Michael Gusmano expands his city-focused research to the BRIC countries, aiming to help policymakers focus their health efforts—and budgets—by pinpointing successes and disparities.