During the second half of 2020, ELSC members published over 60 peer-reviewed papers in leading neuroscience journals, including Nature Neuroscience, Cell, Nature Communications, Neuron, the Journal of Neuroscience, and more.
The list of publications demonstrates the commitment of ELSC members to creating scientific collaborations between theoretical and experimental research in different fields of brain sciences, including molecular, cellular, and cognitive neuroscience. These collaborations are manifested in a large number of joint publications of ELSC members. Here are a few examples:
- Michael London with Hermona Soreq on VIP+/ChAT+ interneurons (funded by an ELSC seed grant)
- Adi Mizrahi with Haim Sompolinsky on young neurons coding odors
- Naftali Tishby with Israel Nelken on adaptive decision-making in navigation
- Yonatan Loewenstein with Merav Ahissar on biases in perceptual learning