Round Table Discussion - April 29


Round Table Discussion

At noon on Wednesday, April 29, 2020, Chancellor Strom and colleagues provided an update on some of the RBHS activities and initiatives undertaken to support our RBHS faculty, staff, and students, and the needs of the global community during this challenging time.

Brief presentations were made by:

  • Brian L. Strom, M.D., MPH
    Chancellor, Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences
    Executive Vice President for Health Affairs, Rutgers University
  • Vicente Gracias, M.D.
    Senior Vice Chancellor for Clinical Affairs, Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences
    Vice President Health Affairs, Rutgers University;
  • Robert L. Johnson, M.D., FAAP
    The Sharon and Joseph L. Muscarelle Endowed Dean, New Jersey Medical School
    Interim Dean, Robert Wood Johnson Medical School
  • Chantal Brazeau, M.D.
    Chief Wellness Officer, Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences
    Professor of Family Medicine and Psychiatry, New Jersey Medical School
    Assistant Dean for Faculty Vitality, Rutgers New Jersey Medical School and Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School
  • David Alland, M.D., MSc.
    Professor of Medicine and Chief of Infectious Disease
    Director of the Center for Emerging Pathogens and the Rutgers Regional Biocontainment Laboratories, Rutgers New Jersey Medical School


Thank you to everyone who submitted a question for the discussion.  The deadline to submit questions for this discussion has passed.

Everyone was invited to submit questions for discussion during the round table by emailing questions to by noon on Tuesday, April 29, 2020.

If you submitted a question, please note that, due to time constraints, some questions may have been combined based on common themes, there may not have been time to answer all questions, and the names of individuals who submitted questions were not identified.


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