Aging & Brain Health Alliance

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Supporting Pathways to Healthy Aging in African Americans

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2024

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International conference to seek Alzheimer’s answers

Leading Alzheimer’s researchers hope the conference in Tel Aviv will advance cooperation between two countries on finding a cure for the illness.

February 27, 2024

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The Daily Targum (Rutgers student paper), "Rutgers to collaborate with Tel Aviv University, Hebrew University on Alzheimer's research conference"

Mark Gluck, a professor at the Center for Molecular & Behavioral Neuroscience and director of the Aging & Brain Health Alliance (ABHA) at Rutgers—Newark, and Michal Beeri, director of the Herbert and Jacqueline Krieger Klein Alzheimer’s Research Center, will be co-hosting a conference dedicated to Alzheimer's research with experts from Tel Aviv University and Hebrew University.

February 15, 2023

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"American university teams up with Israeli scientists to fight Alzheimer’s disease"

Two professors at Rutgers University in New Jersey have teamed up with Tel Aviv University and Hebrew University to organise a conference on Alzheimer’s disease in Israel.

February 09, 2024

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"US and Israeli scientists collaborate for Tel Aviv conference on Alzheimer's"

US and Israeli scientists collaborate for Tel Aviv conference on Alzheimer's Two professors at Rutgers University in New Jersey – both of them leading researchers in the field of Alzheimer’s disease (AD) – have partnered with Tel Aviv University (TAU) and Hebrew U.

February 8, 2024

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First US-Israel Alzheimer's Disease Conference will be presented by Hebrew University, Tel Aviv, and Rutgers University neuroscience researchers

The inaugural U.S.-Israel Alzheimer's Disease Conference is set to take place in Tel Aviv on September 22, 2024, uniting prominent researchers from Hebrew University, Tel Aviv University, and Rutgers University.

February 6, 2024

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Rutgers Professors Expand Collaboration between US and Israeli Scientists Seeking a Cure for Alzheimer's Disease

Newswise — Two Rutgers professors, both leading Alzheimer's disease researchers, have partnered with Tel Aviv University and Hebrew University to organize the US-Israel Alzheimer’s Disease Conference in Tel Aviv.

February 6, 2024

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Rutgers Professors Expand Collaboration between US and Israeli Scientists Seeking a Cure for Alzheimer's Disease

Two Rutgers professors, both leading Alzheimer's disease researchers, have partnered with Tel Aviv University and Hebrew University to organize the US-Israel Alzheimer’s Disease Conference in Tel Aviv, Israel.

January 29, 2024

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2023

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US-Israel Alzheimer’s Disease Conference

To support expanding collaboration between US and Israel scientists seeking a cure for Alzheimer’s disease, Illana Gozes (Tel Aviv University), Hermona Soreq (Hebrew University), Michal Schnaider Beeri and I (Rutgers University), invite you to join us in Tel Aviv, Israel, on September 22, 2024, for a "US-Israel Alzheimer’s Disease Conference.”

September 22, 2023

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2022

2021

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Brain Health & Aging

Six Steps to a Better Memory and Reducing Your Risk for Alzheimer’s Disease

July 26, 2021

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2020

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2019

2018

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Newark takes on Alzheimer’s

Goal is to make city national center of expertise on African American brain health.

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Newark takes on Alzheimer’s – Goal is to make city national center of expertise on African American brain health.

If you are anywhere near downtown Newark on Saturday, June 23, from noon to 2:30 p.m., you can meet Dixon, along with many others, and hear them speak about Alzheimer’s on behalf of AABHI.

June 18, 2018

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Classic Car Show Promoting Alzheimer’s Disease Research and Prevention for Men

Come for the cars and free food tastings from local Newark restaurants and food stores.

June 18, 2018

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From Rutgers News

Rutgers-Newark Neuroscientist Devises Test to Catch Alzheimer's Symptoms Early

April 12, 2018

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Alzheimer’s conference held at Rutgers University campus in Newark

NEWARK – The number of New Jersey residents with Alzheimer’s and dementia is expected to increase by almost 17 percent by 2025, and researchers say the numbers are disproportionately felt in the African-American community…..

April 12, 2018

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A 3-page article on the AABHI from the RU-Newark Graduate School Newsletter

Fighting Alzheimers in African-American Communities

Fall/Winter 2017-2018

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Winter 2018 issue of RUTGERS MAGAZINE

Sleep: The Antidote to Fear" on p. 34

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2017

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Rutgers Magazine, Spring 2017 Issue, P. 34

A Classic Condition: Men and old cars? A natural. Mens and doctors' visits? Oil and water.

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Rutgers - Newark News

Newark Classic Car Show Will Help Teach Older Men About Brain Health, Avoiding Alzheimer�s Disease, and Participating in Aging Research at RU-Newark

March 24, 2017

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Newark Classic Car Show Will Help Teach Older Men About Brain Health, Avoiding Alzheimer’s Disease, and Participating in Aging Research at RU-Newark

How do you get middle-age and older men – a group notorious for avoiding doctors, checkups and health issues – to learn how to prevent Alzheimer’s disease and other brain health problems? Easy: Get them to a classic car show and sneak in the health advice between the cars and the car parade….

March 24, 2017

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2016

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Food and Brain Health Conference to Bring Hundreds of Seniors to RU-N

AABHI will be joined by more than 200 Newark seniors, along with dozens of community partners, as it hosts its first Food and Brain Health Conference at RU-N’s Paul Robeson Campus Center…

November 8, 2016

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Haaretz

The Palestinian Initiative for Brain Research

June 19, 2016

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SCIENCE (3 June 2016, Vol 352, Issue 6290, pp. 1158-1161).

Peace of Mind: A young Palestinian neuroscientist hopes to create a research oasis in the West Bank that transcends politics.

March 4, 2016

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Preventing Alzheimer’s Disease in African Americans by Strengthening the Brain

Rutgers neuroscientist leads team that will use a $1-million grant from the New Jersey Department of Health to teach people how to protect their brains through exercise

Rutgers Today, March 1, 2016

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SCIENCE (3 June 2016, Vol 352, Issue 6290, pp. 1158-1161).

Peace of Mind: A young Palestinian neuroscientist hopes to create a research oasis in the West Bank that transcends politics.

March 4, 2016

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2014

2013

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The War Inside: fighting depression in Palestine

The Verge By Jesse Hicks on August 20, 2013

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2012

2010

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Cognitive Problems May Precede PD Motor Symptoms

M. J. Fox Foundation's PD ONLINE RESEARCH

Aug 25, 2010

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The Doorway to Memory and Learning

Uncovering the impact of neurological disorders on cognitive function Mark Gluck, Neuroscience Research, Rutgers University

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2009

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AAAD Conference

Community Engagement, November 2009

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2008

2007

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When a memory fades Minorities miss early detection

The Star Ledger; Sunday, May 13, 2007

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2006

2005

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Making a Computer Work Like A Brain

Star Ledger; October 24, 2005

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2003 - 2004

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A Rising Star in Neuroscience

Rutgers Annual Report 2003-2004

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2001

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Outsmarting Alzheimer's Disease

Rutgers Magazine; Spring 2001

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Outsmarting Alzheimer’s Disease

Rutgers Magazine; Spring 2001

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