Dr. Bruce Rose
Dr. Rose is a Board Member and the Director of Princeton Wrestling Club's Youth and Tiger Cubs program. He is a board-certified internal medicine physician, employed by Capital Health in Princeton. A graduate of the Temple University School of Medicine, Dr. Rose achieved Alpha Omega Alpha honors and was recipient of the Thomas M Durant award, given to the outstanding internal medicine student in the class. He subsequently completed an internship and residency in internal medicine at New York Hospital/ Cornell University School of Medicine in New York City. As part of his residency, Dr. Rose received additional training at Memorial Sloane Kettering Cancer Center and The Hospital for Special Surgery. He has also worked as a musician and is a produced screenwriter.
Dr. Rose believes wrestling is uniquely positioned to enhance its participant's academic performance and life skills. Character traits such as work ethic, persistence, focus, and the ability to overcome adversity are well developed in wrestling. His goal is to foster a youth program that serves our young athletes on the mat and far beyond.
Dr. Rose was raised near Pittsburgh, a hotbed of the sport, and wrestled for Norwin High School. Currently, he resides in Princeton with his wife, Helen, who is a pediatrician, and their 4 children.