- In South Jersey Times: Weeds and trees and grasses, oh my! NJ Allergy season in full swing. SOM's Dr. Jennifer Caudle offers information and advice about spring allergies. (read more)
- At NJ.com: RowanSOM grad reflects on his time treating ebola in Africa. Dr. Chuck Callahan speaks about his experiences treating children infected with Ebola in Port Loko, Sierra Leone in Africa. Callahan is a 1984 graduate of Rowan Medical School. (read more)
- In Courier-Post: Rowan researchers focus on Alzheimer's detection.
Team is among those across the country racing to develop an early diagnostic test so scientists can find a way to slow the disease's progression. (read more)
- At NJ.com: RowanSOM Midwives available at new Harrison Township office.
The University Doctors Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Rowan School of Osteopathic Medicine recently opened an ob/gyn office in Mullica Hill featuring three certified nurse midwives who are registered nurses and have graduate-level training in gynecological, prenatal, and obstetrical care. (read more)