Pollack, Amy and Robert Pollack, 2014. 2nd edition, The Course of Nature, in press. 1st edition, 2012, Stevens Inst. of Technology
Pollack, R., with frontispiece by Amy Pollack, 2012. The 1999 Schoff Memorial Lectures paperback edition: The Faith of Biology and the Biology of Faith. 2002: Czech Republic
Pollack, R., with frontispiece by Amy Pollack, 1999. The Missing Moment: How the Unconscious Shapes Modern Science. Boston, Houghton Mifflin.
Pollack, R.., with frontispiece by Amy Pollack, 1994. Signs of Life: The Language and meaning of DNA. Boston, Houghton Mifflin.
Pollack, R., 2013, in press. The Embodied Self., Columbia Journal of Gender and Law.
Pollack, R. 2009.“Attending to the pain of dying: an agenda for science.” J Med Pers (2009) 7:1–3. 25
Pollack, R., 2006. “The religious obligation to ask questions of Nature and the State.” Tenth Dietrich Bonheoffer Symposium, Berlin, April 30, 2005. Union Seminary Quarterly Report, 60.
Pollack, R., 1999. “Wisdom versus knowledge: an agenda for a more humane medical science,” FASEB J., 13: 1477-1480.
Pollack, R., 1990.
“Get Moving on AIDS.” N.Y. Times Counterpoint, September 30.
Pollack, R., Chen, S., Powers, S. and Verderame, M., 1984.Transformation mechanisms at the cellular level. Adv. Vir. Onc. 4: 1-28.
Pollack, R., 1981.“From Theory to Praxis: Columbia can and should include science in the general education curriculum.” Columbia College Today 8: 21-24.
Pollack, R., 1976.How should Recombinant DNA Research be Controlled? Remarks presented at hearing before the Attorney General of the State of New York, October 21, 1976.
Shin, S., Freedman, V., Risser R., and Pollack, R., 1975. Tumorigenicity of virus-transformed cells in nude mice is correlated specifically with anchorage independent growth in vitro. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 72: 4435-4439.
Pollack, R., H. Green, H., and G. Todaro, 1968. Growth control in cultured cells: Selection of sublines with increased sensitivity to contact inhibition and decreased tumor-producing ability. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 60: 126-133.