Center for Advanced Biotechnology and Medicine, Room 242,
675 Hoes Lane, Piscataway, NJ 08850
Dr. James Millonig is an Associate Professor at Rutgers University. Dr. Millonig was educated at Oxford, Princeton, and Rockefeller Universities, and has been conducting autism research at Rutgers since 2002.
- Dr. Millonig discovered a DNA variant that increases autism risk which earned him the Thomas A. Edison Patent Award Winner in medical diagnostics
- Has received continuous state, federal and private funding in autism research since 2002
- Consistently reviews grants for NIH and other international granting organizations, including a standing member of Developmental Brain Disorders study section for six years
- An innovator in education, MD/PhD Director for the Rutgers RWJMS-Princeton program, Senior Associate Dean for the School of Graduate Studies and will use this expertise to provide educational resources for the NJACE