Gerald Ruscingno, D.C.
Senior Faculty Associate
Dr. Ruscingno is pleased with the number of students that he advises in the dual degree programs and working with them.
My professional interests are focused primarily on the teaching of Anatomy and Physiology I and II, I also enjoy teaching a course for non-science majors with a laboratory component called Biology in the World Around Us.
My research interest, which correlates with part of my position here at Seton Hall University, is focused on academic criteria for success in specific health professions.
The most difficult and time consuming aspect of my position is also my most enjoyable. I find that I earn a great deal of satisfaction by helping students to set up their schedules (course work per semester) in a manner that will help the student in achieving academic success.
- Ph.D., Seton Hall University, 2006
- D.C., New York Chiropractic College, 1990
- B.S., Saint Peter's College, 1990
- Received in 2005, The President's Student Award for Student Service