Gerry Leisman

Affiliations: 
2005- Faculty of Health Science University of Haifa, Haifa, Haifa District, Israel 
Area:
Computational Neuroscience, Cognitive-Motor Interaction, Communication Systems, Cognitive Neurosciences, Systems Theory, Clinical Electrophysiology, Memory, Neuropsychology, Autism
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http://www.nibrs.org
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Gerry Leisman is an Israeli neuroscientist educated in Europe and the United States in Medicine, Neuroscience, and Biomedical Engineering at Manchester University. He additionally received a Ph.D. in Neuroscience and Biomedical Engineering from Union University, in 1979. He is currently a Full Professor and Research Fellow at the University of Haifa in Israel. He concurrently is Professor of Restorative Neurology at the University of Medical Sciences in Havana, Cuba. He is Editor-in-Chief of the journal Functional Neurology, Rehabilitation, and Ergonomics.

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Michael Basso grad student Union University (Neurotree)
James Gilchriest grad student Leeds Metropolitan University (Neurotree)
Sharon Israely grad student University of Haifa
Diana Martinez-Heurta grad student DeMontfort University (Neurotree)
Steve Mason grad student Union University (Neurotree)
Jorge Leon Morales-Quezada grad student DeMontfort University (Neurotree)
Maureen Eve Ashkenazi O'Hara grad student Brooklyn College CUNY (Neurotree)
Shiri Schonbach-Medina grad student Bar-Ilan (Neurotree)
Joddy Schwartz grad student Brooklyn College CUNY (Neurotree)
Tim H. Tanaka grad student Union University (Neurotree)
Robert Melillo grad student 2018- University of Haifa (Neurotree)
Avishag Shemesh grad student 2019- University of Haifa (Neurotree)
Maria Effie Stalias grad student 2004-2008 Touro University (Neurotree)
James Gilchrieist grad student 1997-2015 Touro University (Neurotree)
Ronald Vitori post-doc NY Institute of Technology (Neurotree)
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Leisman G, Machado C, Melillo R. (2021) Cortical Visual Impairment in Childhood: 'Blindsight' and the Sprague Effect Revisited. Brain Sciences. 11
D'Angiulli A, Letourneau N, Hamilton ER, et al. (2021) Editorial: Pre- or Post- School Influences on Learning Adaptations, Risks and Disabilities in Children and Adolescents: Overlapping Challenges for Public Health, Education and Development. Frontiers in Public Health. 9: 651179
Leisman G, Waksman I. (2021) Commentary: The Incidence of Road Traffic Crashes Among Young People Aged 15-20 Years: Differences in Behavior, Lifestyle and Sociodemographic Indices in the Galilee and the Golan. Frontiers in Public Health. 9: 651376
Leisman G, Moustafa AA, Biswas S. (2020) Editorial: The Neurology of Global Lifestyle Change. Frontiers in Public Health. 8: 614598
Melillo R, Leisman G, Mualem R, et al. (2020) Persistent Childhood Primitive Reflex Reduction Effects on Cognitive, Sensorimotor, and Academic Performance in ADHD. Frontiers in Public Health. 8: 431835
Machado C, Rodríguez-Rojas R, Leisman G. (2020) Partial recovery of vegetative state after a massive ischaemic stroke in a child with sickle cell anaemia. Bmj Case Reports. 13
Israely S, Leisman G, Carmeli E. (2020) Impaired Coordination and Recruitment of Muscle Agonists, But Not Abnormal Synergies or Co-contraction, Have a Significant Effect on Motor Impairments After Stroke. Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology
D'Angiulli A, Pham DAT, Leisman G, et al. (2020) Evaluating Preschool Visual Attentional Selective-Set: Preliminary ERP Modeling and Simulation of Target Enhancement Homology. Brain Sciences. 10
Israely S, Leisman G. (2019) Can neuromodulation techniques optimally exploit cerebello-thalamo-cortical circuit properties to enhance motor learning post-stroke? Reviews in the Neurosciences
Estévez-Báez M, Machado C, García-Sánchez B, et al. (2019) Autonomic impairment of patients in coma with different Glasgow coma score assessed with heart rate variability. Brain Injury. 1-21
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