Margaret Marsh is one of the nation’s leading experts in the history of reproductive technology. She has served as dean of the Rutgers–Camden Faculty of Arts and Sciences and as interim chancellor of the Rutgers–Camden campus. She is the co-author of the book The Fertility Doctor: John Rock and the Reproductive Revolution (Johns Hopkins University … Continue reading Margaret Marsh…
Janice Beitz is a specialist in wound ostomy continence nursing and a primary care nurse practitioner. She teaches various nursing courses such as adult health nursing, research, and pharmacology. She has received the highly prestigious honor of being named a Fellow of the American Academy of Nurses.
Judith McCoyd regularly teaches courses in Clinical Social Work I and II; Clinical Social Work with Children; and Loss Across the Lifespan. Her research expertise is in expertise in loss and grief, social work practice, pregnancy problems, perinatal health care, and technological aspects of pregnancy.
Joseph Martin’s research explores the role of thyroid hormones in the adult mammalian brain. He regularly teaches neuroscience courses at the undergraduate and graduate levels at Rutgers–Camden, where he also directs the Center for Computational and Integrative Biology.
Kristin August’s research examines interpersonal processes and health; physical and mental health in later life; and racial and ethnic disparities in health.
Patricia Suplee earned an undergraduate degree from Indiana University and graduate and doctoral degrees from the University of Pennsylvania.