2014Rutgers-Newark Students Present Research Projects During Brain Awareness Week
Rutgers Observer - March 25, 2014
Undiscovered No Longer: Young Neuroscientist Honored
2013Lost Hope - Graduate student Mohammad Herzallah researches depression among Palestinians, with the aim of creating a neuroscience institute.
Rutgers Magazine - Fall 2013
The War Inside: fighting depression in Palestine
The Verge By Jesse Hicks on August 20, 2013
Rutgers Graduate Student Joman Natsheh Selected As International Neuroscience Fellow
Rutgers Today May 6, 2013
2012How Does Sleep Quality Impact Memory, Mood? Rutgers Researcher Aims To Find Out
RUTGERS NEWARK NEWS, September 24, 2012
2010Cognitive Problems May Precede PD Motor Symptoms
M. J. Fox Foundation's PD ONLINE RESEARCH, Aug 25, 2010
Doorway to Memory and Learning
Community Engagement, November 2009
New Findings On Parkinson's Disease And Effect On Patient Behavior
Science Daily, July 7, 2009
How Parkinson''s disease can alter a patient’s ability to learn from rewards
TopNews.in, July 7, 2009
Rutgers Research: Parkinson's Disease Alters Patient's Ability to Learn from Rewards while Treatment Affects Ability to Learn from Negative Outcomes
Rutgers, Press Release; June 30, 2009
2008Creating Memories -- Alzheimer's conference brings together Israelis and Palestinians
Jewish Exponent; October 2, 2008
New Rutgers research center will study Parkinson's disease
The Star Ledger; August 5, 2008
Intíl conference unites Israelis, Palestinians Rutgers professor organized gathering on Alzheimerís
New Jersey Jewish News, June 26, 2008
Radio Broadcast Interview on Bridges For Peace
Bridges for Peace, June 2008
When it comes to Alzheimer's there is no Mid East conflict
Israel 21c Beyond, June 10, 2008
Rutgers–Newark program aims to combat Alzheimer’s disease in black communities
Rutgers Focus; March 26, 2008
Designing computer programs to simulate the brain and Parkinson's disease
Al-Ahrm (Cairo, Egypt); January 8, 2008
2007African-American seniors learn Alzheimer's tips at RU
NJ.com; October 17, 2007
When a memory fades
Minorities miss early detection
The Star Ledger; Sunday, May 13, 2007
A quiet death for bold project to map the mind
The Star Ledger; March 15, 2007
Artificial Intelligence Merges
With Neuroscience-Will Intelligent Machines Follow?
Making a Computer
Work Like A Brain
open letter to supporters of the anti-Israel academic boycott
Parkinson's conference counters
Israeli boycott - Rutgers scientist promotes global research
Rutgers-Newark professor spearheads
groundbreaking conference in Middle East
A Rising Star in
surgery pays off for River Vale undergrad
Scholars Engage in High-Level Research
Student Receives Prestigious Goldwater Scholarship For Merit In The
In Parkinson's, Both Drugs and Disease Damage Cognition
BioMedNet; November 12 2001
National Press Clippings:
Wired; February 1996
"Neural net diagnoses fault in navy chopper"
Electronic Engineering Times, February 26, 1996.
"Neural system confirms fault in helicopter."
Intelligence: The Future of Computing, November, 1995.
"It's magical. It's maleable. It's memory," by Jill Neimark.
Psychology Today, January/February, 1995
"Looking into thinking, computers aid the study of thought"
The New Jersey Star-Ledger, March 21, 1993.
"Amnesia studies show brain can be taught at subconscious level"
The Wall Street Journal October 5, 1993
Rutgers University Press Clippings:
"APA Selects two Rutgers professors for its Distinguishd Scientific Award"
Rutgers Press Release Sept. 3, 1996.
"American Psychological Association award" and "Memory researchers gather at Rutgers-Newark," Rutgers-Newark Connections Fall, 1996.
"Fault Finder, program 'knows' the right stuff"
Rutgers Magazine Spring 1996.
"Hippocampal-Based network developed by Rutgers-Newark researcher: Equipment confirms faults in Marine Corps helicopter"
Rutgers-Newark Connections December 1995.
"Gluck's computer 'learns' to detect helicopter faults"
Rutgers Focus December 8, 1995.
"Bringing neuroscience leaders together for first time"
Rutgers Focus October 8, 1993.
"Teaching computers to think"
Rutgers Focus February 12, 1993.