Research

Research

The Rowan Innovation Venture Fund is now accepting applications for funding from researchers, entrepreneurs, business owners and others in South Jersey, including Rowan faculty, students and alumni as well as area residents.
Paola Leone, PhD, a professor of Cell Biology at RowanSOM, has been awarded a three-year, $477,000 grant from the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS) to develop a stem cell-based therapy for Canavan disease, a rare but devastating neurological disorder in children that typically takes a child’s life by age 10.
Rowan History Professor Q. Edward Wang takes a scholar's approach as he delves into the vibrant, fascinating history of chopsticks, in his book, "Chopsticks: A Cultural and Culinary History."
Graphic with words surrounding the idea of Entrepreneurship
The Rowan Innovation Venture Fund now is accepting applications for funding from Rowan faculty, staff, students and alumni as well as from the South Jersey community at large.

The Rowan University Board of Trustees has approved two new board members for the South Jersey Technology Park (SJTP) in Mantua Township.

Rowan University has appointed Dr. Arye Rosen, a world-renowned researcher with extensive experience in developing medical devices, as a visiting professor with the title of associate vice president for Biomedical Research Partnerships.

Rowan University research spans a wide range of subjects – medical and biomedical, marketing, mathematics, engineering, education, even writing arts, theater and dance – and the institu

Rowan College of Education Dean Monika Shealey and Teacher Education Assistant Professor Kathryn McGinn are working with researchers from William Paterson and Kean universities to study teacher persistence in urban schools and the role that various teacher certification pathways have in urban districts.
hand drawn poem written by child
If a picture is worth a thousand words, then the words in the pictures that adorn the offices of the CARES (Child Abuse Research Education and Service) Institute of RowanSOM could fill a library with stories of pain, suffering and, ultimately, recovery.

Jonathan Olshefski took a detour on the way to making a great feature-length film.

He made a great short one.

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