Science in the Service of Humanity: Princeton Joins Rutgers, NJIT to Advance Health-Related Innovations
Feb. 27, 2020
Written by Catherine Zandonella
A collaboration between Princeton and two New Jersey universities aims to catalyze the translation of research discoveries into patient and community solutions. 

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Behind the Research: Heather Howard Seeks Health Equity
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Heather Howard arrived at Princeton with an unusual amount of hands-on policy experience. Throughout her career, Howard has maintained a clear focus on health equity, with an emphasis on expanding health insurance coverage and creative strategies to improve health outcomes for all.…

Five Princeton Students Work on Community-Engaged Population Health Projects
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During the winter break between the 2022-23 academic year semesters, The Office of the Dean of the College's Program for Community-Engaged Scholarship (ProCES) partnered with the New Jersey Alliance for Clinical and Translational Science (NJ…

Professor Tim Buschman Awarded NJ ACTS Pilot Project Funding for Schizophrenia Research
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Associate Professor of Psychology and Neuroscience Timothy Buschman has been awarded NJ ACTS pilot project funding for a one-year research study: Quantifying the dynamics of working memory in people with schizophrenia.

He will be collaborating with Co-Principal Investigator Professor David Zald from Rutgers University and…