ELSC Seminar

Edmond and Lily Safra Center for Brain Sciences hosts Neuroscientists once a week to present their recent study.

The Weekly Seminar takes place at Classroom 2004, Goodman building.

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Seminars 2019-2020
Speaker When Topic
Prof. György Buzsáki Prof. György Buzsáki Skewed Organization of Brain Dynamics
Prof. Ari Rappoport Prof. Ari Rappoport A Comprehensive Mechanistic Biological Theory of Brain Function
Rita Schmidt Dr. Rita Schmidt Towards high spatial and/or temporal resolution fMRI at ultra-high field 7T human MRI
Dr. Nao Tsuchiya Dr. Nao Tsuchiya A search of an isomorphism between conscious experience and structure of information: an interdisciplinary program
Dr. Oren Forskosh Dr. Oren Forkosh The Neurobiology of Personality: Computational Approach to Connect Genes, Behavior, and Individuality
Prof. Opher Donchin Prof. Opher Donchin Noise, learning, and knowing in the motor system
Prof. Michael Shadlen Prof. Michael Shadlen A premotor circuit responsible for flexible decision making
Seminars 2018-2019
Speaker When Topic
Prof. Noa Ofen Prof. Noa Ofen Development of memory systems in the human brain
Prof. Daniela Kaufer Prof. Daniela Kaufer Hippocampal plasticity shaping stress vulnerability
Dr. Hiromasa Takemura Dr. Hiromasa Takemura Using diffusion-weighted MRI to measure white matter pathways in the visual system
Dr. Yuval Nir Dr. Yuval Nir Sensory disconnection across sleep, anesthesia, and cognitive lapses: The role of reduced noradrenaline signaling
Jackie Schiller Prof. Jackie Schiller Cell type specific computation in primary motor cortex
Prof. Suzana Herculano-Houzel Prof. Suzana Herculano-Houzel Whatever works: the many ways to build a brain
Dr. Shir Atzil Dr. Shir Atzil Growing a social brain
Prof. Yael Hanein Prof. Yael Hanein Wearable high resolution electrophysiology in freely behaving humans