Academic Emanuel Goldman has won much recognition for his contributions to the field of education in biomedical sciences. The New Jersey Medical School at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey (UMDNJ), where he serves as a Professor in the Department of Microbiology & Molecular Genetics, has bestowed upon Emanuel Goldman the Faculty Extramural Support Incentive Award, the Faculty Exceptional Merit Award, and the Basic Sciences Faculty of the Year Award. In addition, he has received recognition while affiliated with other institutions, including Brandeis University, Harvard Medical School, and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology as well as the American Association of University Professors.

Emanuel Goldman instructs students in basic biomedical science at UMDNJ, where he has served since he began as an Assistant Professor in 1979. He sits on the Faculty Council at the school, as well as the Board of Governors of the American Association of University Professors. Well known for his writing talent, Emanuel Goldman has authored 50 scientific papers and 26 chapters, all of which have been published. He served as Co-Editor of the Practical Handbook of Microbiology, an important book in his field, as well as authored four chapters in the Encyclopedia of Life Sciences.

Aside from his teaching responsibilities, Emanuel Goldman belongs to professional organizations that keep him up to date in his field, including the American Society of Microbiology and the American Society of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology. He formerly acted as Program Director of the New York-New Jersey Molecular Biology Club.

Emanuel Goldman employs his gifts for social good, and to that end supports various charities and worthy causes. He donates to the American Civil Liberties Union and participates in EarthSave, an organization that promotes healthy food choices. A dedicated vegetarian, Emanuel Goldman also supports the American Vegan Society, The VivaVegie Society, and The Vegetarian Resource Group. Emanuel Goldman edited the booklet “Stop Bugging Me,” which dealt with animal agriculture and food poisoning, for Viva!, an organization that promotes a vegan lifestyle for all.