Janine Jagger: The Disrupter
As a young researcher, the 2002 MacArthur Fellowship recipient overturned the status quo and developed new needle-stick devices to prevent transmission of blood borne diseases to health care workers. She and her colleagues were awarded five U.S. patents. Today, Jagger is pursing novel research into Familial Mediterranean Fever and other rare genetic diseases.
Meet 10 Moravian College alumni who are working for the good health of citizens everywhere. Research scientists, doctors, public health advocates, educators, leaders—they save lives..
Civil Justice and Our Health
Moravian College researcher James Teufel and InFocus keynote speaker Rebecca L. Sandefur document how legal resources—or the lack of them—profoundly influence Americans' health.
And the Award Goes to...
In December, Moravian College celebrated six alumni and four students for their outstanding achievement at the annual Alumni Awards ceremony.