A Rutgers research professor whose work led to the creation of the first coronavirus saliva-based test died unexpectedly on Saturday, the university announced Tuesday.
The cause of death for Andrew Brooks, 51, who was a research professor in Rutgers-New Brunswick’s School of Arts and Sciences in the Department of Genetics, was not released by the university.
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BY LILO H. STAINTON, NJSpotlight
New Jersey has committed to spend some $23.5 million over three months to beef up the state’s contact-tracing capacity under a deal signed last week with a Boston-based consulting group doing similar work in New York state.
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The Giants and Jets will play their 2020 home games at MetLife Stadium without fans, NJ Advance Media has learned, after Gov. Murphy told the teams that his statewide limit of 500 people at outdoor gatherings would apply to the local NFL teams.
Rutgers also will limit its crowd to below 500 spectators if a college football season takes place this fall, the university is set to announce, promising that “all safety precautions will be in place for those individuals who will be in attendance.” Those spectators are expected to be limited to the immediate family of players and coaches.The decisions,… Read the rest of this entry »
Posted: July 20th, 2020 | Author: NJNewsCommons | Filed under: COVID-19, New Jersey | Tags: COVID-19, Jets, New Jersey, New Jersey Giants, Rutgers, Rutgers football | 1 Comment »
A former Rutgers professor and director at Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey who was accused of filming women in a workplace bathroom was sentenced to 300 days in jail, court documents show.
James Goydos, 60, faced 160 charges, including more than 100 counts of invasion of privacy. He pleaded guilty in December to only six: burglary, impersonation, official misconduct, possession of an assault weapon and two counts of computer theft.
Patch first reported his sentencing, which court records show occurred on July 7. He was also sentenced to four years of probation.Authorities said Goydos, of … Read the rest of this entry »
Posted: July 11th, 2020 | Author: NJNewsCommons | Filed under: New Jersey, Rutgers | Tags: James Goydos, New Jersey, Rutgers, Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey | 1 Comment »
With the much-heralded Rutgers University saliva test for the coronavirus garnering the Food and Drug Administration’s blessing late Thursday, people can now collect their own test samples at home and send them out to be processed.
The FDA approved an amended emergency use authorization for Rutgers’ RUCDR Infinite Biologics that allows the expansion of the saliva tests well beyond official collection locations that have been located throughout the state.Here are five things you need to know:What is a saliva test?The saliva test allows health care workers to collect samples from each individual by… Read the rest of this entry »
Posted: May 10th, 2020 | Author: admin | Filed under: COVID-19, New Jersey | Tags: COVID-19, New Jersey, Rutgers, Saliva Test | Comments Off on 5 things to know about the home coronavirus saliva test developed at Rutgers
Cory Aufiero, social media photo
NEW BRUNSWICK– Cory Aufiero, 19 of Colts Neck, was pronounced dead at the scene at 9:30 Friday evening after being struck by a vehicle driven by David Stewart, 36, of Somerset, according to the Middlesex County Prosecutor’s Office.
According to the investigation by the New Brunswick Patrolman Sean Cahill and the Middesex County Prosecutor’s Detective David Abromaitis, Stewart was driving a 2011 Nissan Sentra and traveling west on George Street near Albany and Somerset Streets. Aufiero lost his footing and stumbled onto the street where he was struck by the vehicle.
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Posted: October 1st, 2018 | Author: admin | Filed under: Monmouth County News | Tags: Colts Neck, Cory Aufiero, David Stewart, Monmouth County News, Rutgers | Comments Off on Rutgers Student, 19, from Colts Neck, Struck and Killed By Suspended Driver
Posted: September 19th, 2016 | Author: admin | Filed under: News, War on terror | Tags: news, Rutgers, War on terror | Comments Off on Rutgers investigates suspicious package in parking deck
NEW BRUNSWICK — Authorities at Rutgers University are investigating a suspicious package in a campus parking deck, and advising students to avoid the area Monday morning. According to a tweet from the university, students and visitors should avoid the Douglass Parking Deck and surrounding area. A University spokesman said Monday morning at about 9 a.m. that… Read the rest of this entry »
PISCATAWAY a U.S. President Barack Obama will speak at Rutgers University’s 250th anniversary commencement, the White House announced Thursday. The announcement comes more than two years after Rutgers President Robert Barchi wrote to Obama asking him to speak to the graduating class. This year’s graduation ceremony is on May 15 at High Point Solutions Stadium in… Read the rest of this entry »
Posted: April 14th, 2016 | Author: admin | Filed under: Barack Obama, Rutgers | Tags: Barack Obama, Rutgers, Rutgers Commencement | 1 Comment »
PISCATAWAY — Muslim leaders from around New Jersey gathered at Rutgers University Tuesday morning to issue a statement condemning “on the strongest possible terms the barbaric terrorist attacks on innocent civilians in Paris.” “Islam is against terrorism and does not condone or provide any justification, whatsoever, for such despicable acts,” the statement said. “There is no… Read the rest of this entry »
Posted: November 17th, 2015 | Author: admin | Filed under: New Jersey, War on terror | Tags: New Jersey, NJ Muslm leaders, Paris, Paris terror, Rutgers, War on terror | 5 Comments »
FREEHOLD, NJ – Monmouth County 4-H goat club members Nicole Cary and Rebecca Carmeli-Peslak, of Millstone, will represent Monmouth County at the New Jersey State 4-H Goat Show on Aug. 20 at the Hunterdon County 4-H and Agricultural Fairgrounds in Ringoes.
The Monmouth Livestock Club 4-H members will join nearly fifty New Jersey 4-H members and exhibiting 137 goats in Meat Goat, Dairy Goat, Fiber Goat and Showmanship Classes.
“The State 4-H Goat Show is an annual event that offers 4-H’ers an opportunity to compete at an advanced level and meet other 4-H goat project members from around the state, “ said Roberta Hunter, County 4-H Agent. “This educational and competitive event promotes the 4-H goat project and sportsmanship among the participants.”
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Posted: August 17th, 2015 | Author: admin | Filed under: Monmouth County News, Press Release | Tags: Hunterdon County 4-H and Agricultural Fairgrounds, Millstone, Monmouth County 4-H, Monmouth County News, Nicole Cary, Press Release, Rebecca Carmeli-Peslak, Ringoes, Rutgers | Comments Off on Monmouth County 4H members to participate in State goat show