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. 

NJ ACTS in the News

NJ ACTS Receives 7-year Grant Renewal of $39.7M from NIH
May 9, 2024

Dan Notterman, Professor of the Practice in Molecular Biology and Senior Advisor to the Provost for Biomedical Affairs, will continue to lead Princeton’s partnership in NJ ACTS with Rutgers, NJIT and RWJBarnabas Health to advance moving research discoveries into clinical practice…

Three Princeton Undergraduates Awarded Community-Engaged Population Health Microinternships
Feb. 7, 2024

During the winter break between the 2023-24 academic semesters, three Princeton undergraduates in the Medical Anthropology track gained real-world experience working with New Jersey-based organizations involved in population health programming…

Governor Murphy and Princeton Announce Plans to Establish an Artificial Intelligence Hub in New Jersey
Dec. 20, 2023

New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy joined University President Christopher L. Eisgruber to announce plans to create an artificial intelligence innovation hub for the state, in collaboration with the New Jersey Economic Development Authority.…