Mariana Figueiro
Rutgers Institute for Health Names Mariana Figueiro Director for New Center for Healthy Aging

Lighting and health expert also will serve as chair of new Division of Sleep and Circadian Medicine at Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School

IFH Newsletter Q2 2020
IFH Newsletter Q2 2020

Read the latest news from the Institute for Health!

Rutgers Big Ideas conference
Watch: Common Myths of Aging mini lecture

IFH Director Dr. XinQi Dong talks about the common myths of aging.

Rutgers Experts Discuss What a “Good Death” Means During Pandemic
Rutgers Experts Discuss What a “Good Death” Means During Pandemic

In the midst of COVID-19, as thousands of people are passing away in hospitals without loved-ones, two Rutgers Institute for Health experts, discuss death, dying and end-of-life care during the global pandemic.

Community Outreach Newsletter – June 2020

Introducing the new Rutgers IFH Community Outreach Newsletter!

Elder self-neglect
Rutgers researchers develop tool to predict self-neglect in older Chinese adults

Study adds to the understanding of self-neglect and the role of cultural factors.

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Rutgers IFH Translates COVID-19 Information for New Jersey’s Diverse Population

We’ve launched a social media campaign to connect New Jersey’s minority and immigrant communities with COVID-19 information and resources in their own languages.

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New Series: Modern Myths of Aging

The Rutgers Institute for Health, Health Care Policy and Aging Research launches a new series exploring ‘modern myths of aging.’

New Jersey housing poll
Rutgers center for state health policy research highlights housing inequities in New Jersey

New Jerseyans in unstable situations much more likely to face housing quality issues that could affect their health, researchers find.

Rutgers reports examine NJ efforts to address opioid prescribing, treatment access

The new reports detail analyses conducted over the last 18 months as part of a project to evaluate a sweeping 2017 law in response to the state’s opioid crisis.

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