Soha Saleh, PhD

Sohah Saleh, PhD, is a senior research scientist in the Center for Mobility and Rehabilitation Engineering at Kessler Foundation. She is also an assistant professor in the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School. Dr. Saleh leads the Advanced Rehabilitation Neuroimaging Lab at the Foundation and is a principal investigator on several funded research studies. She investigates the underlying mechanisms of neuromuscular function, specifically neural networks involved in motor learning and control, and neuroplasticity after injury and in response to rehabilitation interventions.

Signal Processing
Image Processing
Brain Connectivity
PhD - Biomedical Engineering, New Jersey Institute of Technology and University of Medicine and Dentistry (Joint Program)
MS - Biomedical Engineering, Graduate and Professional, New Jersey Institute of Technology
BS - Computer and Communication Engineering, Undergraduate Graduate and Professional, American University of Science and Technology
Minor Degree - Biomedical Engineering, American University of Science and Technology
Outstanding Research Scholar Awarded By: Lebanese International University, 2015
Best Conference Paper Award Awarded By: 2015 Global Health Annual Meeting, 2015
Best paper Award Awarded By: Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair, 2014
Best paper award Awarded By: VIII International Conference on Disability, Virtual Reality and Associated Technologies, 2010
Outstanding Performance Award Awarded By: Dana Know Showcase Committee, NJIT, 2009
Best student capstone design project, Annual Engineering Exhibition, 2006
Research Interests

To better understand diseases, injury, and rehabilitation-related recovery mechanisms, Dr. Saleh incorporates neuroimaging techniques to improve intervention outcomes in individuals with motor disabilities. Dr. Saleh’s research focuses on understanding the neural mechanisms of motor learning and on neuromodulation methods to re-normalize brain connectivity in individuals with motor deficits. Her most recent studies are focused on brain plasticity following exoskeleton training in incomplete spinal cord injury and robotic exoskeleton gain training during acute stroke rehabilitation.


View comprehensive listings of Dr. Saleh’s publications on PubMed, Google Scholar, and ResearchGate.