Robert Wood Johnson Medical School retreat uses improvisation to enhance communication skills.
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Rachana Tyagi, an assistant professor of surgery and director of pediatric neurosurgery at Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, is a rare talent.
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A group of Robert Wood Johnson Medical School students and a Rutgers computer science major have the backing to carry out a health care program that would pay patients to better monitor their Type 2 diabetes with the help of a smartphone app.
Aspiring female scientists are getting the chance to do research full time during the summer before their sophomore years at Rutgers as part of the Rodkin Scholars program. The project is funded by alumni Barbara and Gary Rodkin through the Our Rutgers, Our Future campaign. Watch the video to see the students at work.