Science, Technology & Health
Top-level researchers in RU-N academic departments not only undertake ground-breaking studies, but also offer many valuable opportunities for both undergraduate and graduate students to participate first-hand in exciting discoveries. Go to our Areas of Study/Departments to learn more about our studies in anthropology, biology, chemistry, environmental geology and science, geoscience engineering, neuroscience, nursing, physics, psychology, technology and management, and zoology.
Center for Information Management, Integration and Connectivity explores technology, science and business disciplines to develop new knowledge with practical applications for information technology, the environmental sciences, business and management, public policy, the law and health.
Center for Molecular and Behavioral Neuroscience is internationally renowned for neuroscience research, much of it leading to advances in areas such as learning disabilities, schizophrenia, Parkinson’s disease, and treatment of memory disorders.
Rutgers Institute for Data Science, Learning, and Applications (I-DSLA) The Institute’s research mission is to enhance research in the affiliated departments, foster interdisciplinary, data-intensive research collaborations, and be a Rutgers-wide resource for collaborative projects and consortia related to Data Science, Learning, and Applications.
New Jersey Collaborating Center for Nursing is a future-oriented research and development organization that develops and disseminates objective information and provides an ongoing strategy for the allocation of state resources directed towards the nursing work force.
Rutgers University Brain Imaging Center houses a state of the art Siemens Trio 3T MRI scanner that provides detailed pictures of specific areas of brain activity and is used by faculty throughout Rutgers and other institutions for the study of neuroscience and psychology.