Rutgers awarded $4.1M contract to evaluate perinatal psychiatry programs

“In response to this public health crisis, state-wide programs are being created to support health care providers – like obstetricians and pediatricians – with acquiring the training and resources necessary to treat the signs and symptoms of depression in pregnant women and those who have recently given birth," said Rutgers University School of Public Health assistant professor Thomas Mackie.

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Retired Lt. Col. Bryan Price, center, and student scholars William Steck and Jennifer Rivera-Rincon at Seton Hall. - AARON HOUSTON

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Seton Hall University has secured $7.1 million in philanthropic gifts for the Buccino Leadership Institute, an interdisciplinary undergraduate program that develops the next generation of business leaders.

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