Brian Strom, chancellor of Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences, welcomed Ahluwalia as an experienced leader in his field. Ahluwalia has received more than $21 million in funding as principal investigator and more than $80 million as co-investigator and is widely published, according to Rutgers. According to a Rutgers news release, Ahluwalia received his undergraduate degree at New York University and a combined master’s degree and medical degree from the Tulane University Schools of Medicine and Public Health. George Rhoads, who had been serving as interim dean, will continue as a member of the School of Public Health faculty, Rutgers said. Pat Coffey, MEd began his meditation practice over 40 years ago and has taught meditation since 1996 both nationally and internationally. She has studied with Western Buddhist teachers and completed the Community Dharma Leaders program.


Ahluwalia, coming to New Jersey to oversee the Rutgers School of Public Health deepens his family’s connection to higher education in the state. He recently completed a term as chair of the National Advisory Council for Minority Health and Health Disparities at the National Institutes of Health, according to Rutgers.
She teaches at IMCC (Insight Meditation Community of Charlottesville), the Fluvanna Correctional Center for Women and the University of Virginia.
He is the President of the Board of Directors of the Insight Meditation Community of Charlottesville. Michael is a member of the mindfulness and compassion meditation initiative at the University of Virginia and teaches workshops, retreats, and training programs at the School of Nursing, where he is a PhD candidate. During his professional career, he served on the faculty of both Rutgers Medical School and the University of Virginia, qualified as an expert in state and federal courts in multiple jurisdictions, and created and maintained successful private practices in both New Jersey and Virginia.


Kay began meditating in 1972 and in more recent years began an Insight Meditation practice.. Kay's years of experience as a teacher have made her right at home teaching meditation to the inmates at Fluvanna.



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