Doctor Mark Gluck
Doctor Mark Gluck was graduated at Harvard university and become speaker at Tukuba university in 2018.
Mark Gluck is co-director of the Rutgers Memory Disorders Project, and publisher of the public health newsletter, Memory Loss and the Brain. He is the co-author of Gateway to Memory: An Introduction to Neural Network Models of the Hippocampus and Memory (MIT Press, 2001), and an undergraduate textbook,Learning and Memory: From Brain to Behavior (Worth Publishers, 2007). He has edited several other books and has published over 60 scientific journal articles. His awards include the Distinguished Scientific Award for Early Career Contributions from the American Psychological Society and the Young Investigator Award for Cognitive and Neural Sciences from the Office of Naval Research. In 1996, he was awarded a National Science Foundation Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers by President Bill Clinton.
Aging and Prodromal Alzheimer’s disease (including the African-American Brain Health Initiative)
What are the lifestyle and genetic factors that influence individual differences in learning and memory across the lifespan, especially those capabilities that rely on striatal and hippocampal systems? Both striatal and hippocampal circuits change with aging, and hippocampal-region dysfunction is among the first brain regions affected in the earliest prodromal stage of Alzheimer’s disease.
African Americans are known to be at elevated risk for age-related cognitive decline and memory loss, exhibiting twice the rate of Alzheimer’s disease (AD) as the general population. However, insufficient data exists on the role of within-group heterogeneity in mediating individual differences among African Americans in their risk for cognitive decline and AD.
Cognitive Components of Psychiatric and Neurological Disorders (including the Rutgers/Al-Quds Brain Research Exchange with the Palestinian Neuroscience Initiative).
Striatal and hippocampal dysfunction are found in several psychiatric and neurological disorders, including clinical depression (also known as major depressive disorder or MDD), Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and Parkinson’s disease. The projects below employ a mix of methods to understand how the striatum and hippocampus are affected in these disorders, how neurocognitive assessments of learning behaviors can reveal underlying heterogeneity, what happens when patients are treated with medications that alter brain chemicals (especially serotonin and dopamine), and how computational modeling helps us understand the links between brain, behavior, and psychopathology.
Doctor Harlan Bieley
Dr. Bieley received his MD degree from the University of Miami, Miller School of Medicine.Dr. Bieley received his Master of Science degree with a concentration in Metabolic and Nutritional Medicine from the University of South Florida, Morsani College of Medicine. Dr. Bieley graduated at the top of his class. Dr. Bieley was the first physician to become an Advanced Fellow in Anti-Aging and Regenerative Medicine in Palm Beach County, FL (2007).Dr. Bieley is Board Certified* and an Advanced Fellow in Anti-Aging and Regenerative Medicine earned through the American Board of Anti-Aging and Regenerative Medicine*. *The specialty recognition identified herein has been received from a private organization not affiliated with or recognized by the Florida Board of Medicine.*
I utilize a combination of medicine, nutrition, technology advances and lifestyle changes. This comprehensive approach allows for you to become your best self.
This work also requires courage and personal responsibility on your part to take action and implement the treatment recommendations.
President Abraham Lincoln once said,"ln the end, it's not the years in your life that count, but the life in your years." If you are hormonally and nutritionally balanced, and have good brain function, the life in your years is of the highest quality. This is the difference that makes all the difference.
Finally, I go the extra mile for you so that you can function higher—physicalIy, mentally.
Dr. Michael Biamonte
Dr. Jane Goldberg
Doctor Patrick M. Bernet
PhD. Patrick M. Bernet is an Associate Professor of Healthcare Finance in the College of Business at FAU. Dr. Bernet teaches classes on healthcare management, finance, research methods and economics.
His current research projects include public health finance, healthcare provider efficiency, and consumer behavior regarding health and insurance decisions. He has authored articles in refereed journals and academic texts. And he has been principal investigator on research grants.
Dr. Bernet has over 20 years of experience working with health insurers, physician practices, hospitals and public health organizations. His work includes provider network development, insurer contracting, practice mergers, practice management, seminar development and presentation, capitation contract pricing and practice valuation. His skills include information systems, project management, business reorganization, market analysis, Medicare license filings, financial analysis and the development of one of the first physician profiling systems. Dr. Bernet has also authored numerous trade publication articles on physician practice business issues and managed care.
Dr. Julie Nakanishi
Dr. Eric Kaplan
Dr. Mark Conner
Hunter MD, FCP
Medical Director International Institute of Integrated Medicine Ltd.