The Communications and Marketing Core, led by Sr. Edit/Media Specialist Jenny Noonan, aspires to create composite content that fuels the Institute’s mission to be a national leader in improving population health.
The Core aims to elevate the Institute’s identity from within Rutgers’ campuses to the international stage; to provide clear and relevant information to faculty and staff, peer institutions and researchers, industry and community partners, policy makers and the public; and to support the Institute’s Centers and Programs and other Cores, while promoting interdisciplinary work and impact.
The Core oversees marketing and advertising, public relations and media inquiries, website content and social media, among other functions for the Institute. Core staff communicate with diverse audiences, including Rutgers faculty and students, and work collaboratively with communications offices at the University and Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences.
To share your photos, events and other exciting news with the Core or to reach out for assistance with communications and marketing needs, email firstname.lastname@example.org or Nicole Swenarton (email@example.com)
Stay connected on social media by following @RutgersIFH. Join the conversation by following along with #IFHResearch, #IFHCommunity and #IFHSeminars.
The IFHSDC at Rutgers University operates as a National Institutes for Health (NIH) compliant core facility, and as such serves as a centralized shared survey, data, and research resource facility for its users. The core enables access to a variety of data sets and resources. The IFHSDC provides analytical, survey, and general support services to investigators through experienced and specialized research personnel with the expertise to design and conduct scientifically rigorous and efficient survey and data analyses. The Core houses a best practice, HIPAA-compliant IT infrastructure that allows for data analytic research of any size, complexity, and sensitivity. The IFHSDC is managed by small team that facilitates research activities and operations of the Core, and ensures compliance with all institutional, state, and federal policies and regulations.
To learn more, visit the Rutgers, Institute for Health Survey/Data Core website.
Members of the media may contact Jenny Wagner Noonan, Sr. Edit/Media Specialist, for inquiries related to the Institute for Health, Health Care Policy, and Aging Research, and its centers and programs.
Contact (848) 932-6636 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
For members of the media on deadline, send a text to (848) 215-1351 or email email@example.com.