Alexander Binshtok, PhD

Robert Goldstein

PhD Student


Robert completed his undergraduate studies at the Faculty of Medicine,The Hebrew University, in Bio- Medical Sciences and is now working on his PhD in neurobiology. Fellow in The Hoffman Leadership and Responsibility Program.

His main research interest is studying how noxious stimuli are transmitted in the terminals of nociceptors, located among the keratinocytes and epithelial cells, at the site of sensory detection.His  main approach uses optically recorded changes in calcium, sodium and voltage, along the nociceptor nerve terminal. 

Supported by ERC and DIP grant