NJ.com, November 30, 2017
The first volume of the federally mandated Fourth National Climate Assessment, released Nov. 3, was damning and conclusive: The Earth has warmed at an accelerated pace since the mid-20th century, due chiefly to human pollution. Five days later, Kathleen Hartnett White, President Donald Trump’s nominee to chair his Council on Environmental Quality, testified at her Senate confirmation hearing that the extent to which humans have affected climate change is “very uncertain.”
Rutgers Magazine, October 31, 2017
Since the very beginnings of the AIDS epidemic, hematologist/oncologist and former Harvard professor Richard Marlink has been at the forefront of the worldwide fight against the disease. With his appointment as the inaugural Henry Rutgers Professor of Global Health and founding director of the new Rutgers Global Health Institute, Rutgers University is poised to significantly increase its already substantial impact on the health of populations around the globe.
The Hastings Center Report, September 30, 2017
In 1996, when I helped form a partnership between the Harvard AIDS Institute and the government of Botswana, AIDS was more prevalent in Botswana—where one out of every four adults was infected—than in any other country in the world. Shortly after the Botswana Harvard Partnership was established, the new triple‐drug antiretroviral therapy emerged in the West. This regimen demonstrated remarkable effectiveness when at least three ART drugs were administered together.
Robert Wood Johnson Medicine, May 1, 2017
In 2016, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, recruited Richard Marlink to lead the new Rutgers Global Health Institute, a universitywide effort, based at Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences. In addition to holding a Henry Rutgers professorship, Marlink is faculty at Robert Wood Johnson Medical School and a member of the Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey.
Pharmaceutical Intelligence, April 17, 2017
The newly formed Rutgers Global Health Institute, part of Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences of Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey, represents a new way of thinking by providing positive health outcomes to potential patients around the world affected by disease and/or by a negative environmental impact.
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