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Russell J. Buono, PhD, and Thomas N. Ferraro, PhD, professors in the department of biomedical science at Cooper Medical School of Rowan University (CMSRU), collaborated on an important study published December 10 in Nature Communications that identifies 11 new epilepsy genes not previously linked to the disease. The discovery triples the number of known susceptibility genes for epilepsy and provides critical clues for further research.
Accreditation allows medical school to provide physicians with advanced training.
Cooper Medical School of Rowan University (CMSRU) is hosting a major, Rowan university-wide biomedical- and bioengineering- focused research symposium at its Camden, N.J., school on Tuesday, October 2, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
RAISE students with Kal Rudman
Through the support of the Kal and Lucille Rudman Foundation, 24 high achieving area high school students will have a unique opportunity to RAISE their academic game this summer.
A gene therapy developed by Rowan's Dr. Paola Leone is central to a New York family’s efforts to raise money to save children from a devastatingly fatal childhood disease.
Staman is one of about two dozen students who currently participate in CMSRU Street Medicine, a service learning group that provides outreach, support, supplies, basic medical care and health screenings to unsheltered individuals in the encampments where they reside. The team works diligently to connect the homeless with primary care clinics, as well as community resources and social services available to help them.
Under bright blue skies, 73 students in the third graduating class at Cooper Medical School of Rowan University accepted their medical degrees on Friday, May 11.
Rowan SOM and GSBS graduates were urged to ask questions, seek solutions, and find answers as they lead the way in the future of health care during their Commencement ceremony on Thursday, May 10.

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