Prof. Shahar Arzy studied medicine (MD) and cognitive neuroscience (MA) at the Hebrew University, and completed his PhD in neuroscience at the Swiss Institute of Technology and the University of Geneva. Specializing in the human cortex, he now works in the clinic of neuropsychiatry and the epilepsy center at the department of neurology at Hadassah Hebrew University Medical Center, and leading the Neuropsychiatry Lab. His main interest is the human self and its subjective experience in physiological and pathological states. He is involved in developing new tools for evaluation and management of neuropsychiatric patients, and puts special efforts in translating clinical neuropsychiatric concepts into a neuroscientific model of a “neurology of self”.
Email: shahar.arzy (at) ekmd.huji.ac.il
Noam has a BSc in physics from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and an MSc in Neurobiology. She is currently a PhD student of Brain science and behavior in the Neuropsychiatry lab. Her main research concerns body perception and its representation in the human brain. Data is obtained from fMRI scans followed by advanced analyses of distinguished subject groups with neurological pathologies.
Email: sgnoam (at) gmail.com
Greg is a MD-PhD candidate at the Neuropsychiatry lab, having received a BA from the “Amirim” honors humanities program and a BSc in medicine from the Hadassah Hebrew university medical school. His interests include orientation, the self, metaphors, neurodegenerative diseases and psychiatric conditions from clinical, neuroscientific and philosophical perspectives. Currently Greg is designing tools allowing to evaluate orientation as a marker for cognitive wellness, in the context of a comprehensive model accounting for the relation between orientation, self and semantic knowledge.
Email: gregory.founshtein (at) mail.huji.ac.il
As a Psychobiology undergraduate at the Hebrew University, Amnon became fascinated with new discoveries regarding humans' subjective experience of the world and its abnormalities. Amnon soon became interested in translating these discoveries to people and patients and is currently pursuing an MD/PhD through Hadassah-Hebrew University Medical School. At the Computational Neuropsychiatry Lab, he is investigating EEG microstates related to mental orientation in healthy subjects and neurodegenerative states.
Email: amnon.dafni (at) mail.huji.ac.il
Inbar is a medical nurse and is currently studying toward an MSc in the Neuropsychiatry Lab. Her research involves functional MRI investigation of somatosensory perception in patients with conversive paralysis.
Email: kulishevskyi (at) gmail.com
Mordechai is studying towards an MSc in the neuropsychiatry lab. He is interested in implementation of novel virtual reality paradigms and studying the brain representations of social networks.
Email: morhayman (at) gmail.com
Michael Peer studied cognitive neuroscience and biology (BSc) and microbiology (MSc) at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. He is currently a PhD student at the Neuropsychiatry Lab. His main research interests are elucidating the mechanisms responsible for human orientation in time, place and person, and the role they play in various neurological disorders, as well as the development of resting-state fMRI as a clinical diagnostic tool.
Email: michael.peer (at) mail.huji.ac.il
Rachel has a BSc in medical sciences from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. She is currently studying towards her MSc in neuroscience, investigating brain disturbances in patients with psychogenic seizures.
Email: rachel.fried (at) mail.huji.ac.il
Lakach is the lab's EEG technician, and is involbed in all EEG projects in the lab.
Email: lakach77 (at) gmail.com
Yorai is an MD-PhD candidate in the Neuropsychiatry Lab. He is using fMRI to investigate the neural correlates of dissociative disorders in healthy adults.
Email: yorai.ron (at) mail.huji.ac.il
Rotem has a BSc in Computer Science and Cognitive Science and is currently studying towards an MSc in neuroscience. Her research in the Neuropsychiatry Lab deals with disturbances of brain networks in patients with conversive disorders.
Email: rotemmonsa (at) gmail.com
Tahel is studying towards a BSc in Psychobiology and an MSC in Brain and Behavioral Sciences at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. She is investigating disorientation and its underlying brain mechanisms in various neurological disorders. Her main research at the Neuropsychiatry lab aims to redefine the clinical diagnosis of Alzheimer's disease, based on disorientation as a potential marker for the disorder, as well as supplying a functional and metabolic biomarker, using PET-MR machine.
Email: Tahel.naveh (at) mail.huji.ac.il
Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Racah Institute of Physics
University College London
Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Neurobiology department
Email: ilan.goldberg (at) gmail.com
Email: yoel.sher (at) mail.huji.ac.il
Email: inbar.naor (at) mail.huji.ac.il
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Wolfson Medical Center
Charité Medical School Berlin, NeurologyCarsten Finke website
Faculty of Social Sciences, School of Education, Bar-Ilan University, IsraelEsther Adi-Japha website
Department of Neurology, Geneva University Hospital, SwitzerlandGilles Allali website
Faculty of Medicine, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, IsraelAmir Amedi website
The Laboratory of Cognitive Neuroscience, Brain-Mind Institute, Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne (EPFL), SwitzerlandOlaf Blanke website
Hadassah Ein-Karem hospital, Department of Psychiatry, JerusalemRenana Eitan website
Hadassah Ein-Karem hospital, Department of Neurology, Jerusalem
Hadassah Ein-Karem hospital, Department of Radiology, JerusalemJohn Moshe Gomori website
Department of Cognitive Psychology, Ruhr-University Bochum, GermanyLars Schwabe website
The Laboratory of Cognitive Neuroscience, Brain-Mind Institute, Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne (EPFL), SwitzerlandRoy Solomon website
University College London, Institute of Cognitive NeuroscienceUri Hertz website
Racah Institute of Physics, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
Racah Institute of Physics, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, IsraelSorin Solomon website