Eran Lottem Lab

ELSC Members

Sachs Family Faculty Development Chair in Brain Sciences
Lottem lab

I am a senior lecturer at the Edmond and Lily Safra Center for Brain Sciences (ELSC) at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel.
I did my undergraduate studies in biology at Ben Gurion University, Israel, where I also received my PhD in neuroscience under the supervision of Dr. Rony Azouz.   
Before starting my faculty position at the Hebrew University, I was a postdoctoral fellow and subsequently a research associate in the lab of Dr. Zachary Mainen in the Champalimaud Center for the Unknown, based in Lisbon, Portugal.

RESEARCH

We are interested in understanding the neural mechanisms of decision-making. In particular, we aim to identify specific brain regions and activity patterns that mediate the selection of particular actions over others, the learning processes that lead to these preferences, and the ways that animals’ internal motivational states modulate such preferences.

Eran Lottem

Assistant Professor

Phone: +972-52-7450155
Address: The Edmond and Lily Safra Center for Brain Sciences
The Suzanne and Charles Goodman Brain Sciences Building,
Level 1, Room 2104, Edmond J. Safra Campus,
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, 9190401
Sachs Family Faculty Development Chair in Brain Sciences
Lottem lab

I am a senior lecturer at the Edmond and Lily Safra Center for Brain Sciences (ELSC) at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel.
I did my undergraduate studies in biology at Ben Gurion University, Israel, where I also received my PhD in neuroscience under the supervision of Dr. Rony Azouz.   
Before starting my faculty position at the Hebrew University, I was a postdoctoral fellow and subsequently a research associate in the lab of Dr. Zachary Mainen in the Champalimaud Center for the Unknown, based in Lisbon, Portugal.

RESEARCH

We are interested in understanding the neural mechanisms of decision-making. In particular, we aim to identify specific brain regions and activity patterns that mediate the selection of particular actions over others, the learning processes that lead to these preferences, and the ways that animals’ internal motivational states modulate such preferences.

Zhe_Liu
Zhe Liu
PhD student
Jonathan_Schwarcz
Jonathan Schwarcz
PhD student
Haneen_Rajabi
Haneen Rajabi
MSc student
Josue_Zini
Josue Zini
MSc student
Gon_Yishay
Gon Ishay
MSc student
Moran_Moradi
Moran Moradi
MSc student
Ofek_Shaviv
Ofek Shaviv
Undergraduate student
Robert Reiner
Robert Reiner
Lab Manager
Pietro Vertechi, Eran Lottem, Dario Sarra, Beatriz Godinho, Isaac Treves, Tiago Quendera, Matthijs Nicolai Oude Lohuis, Zachary F. Mainen

Neuron 106, 1–11 (2020)

Lottem, E, Banerjee D, Vertechi P, Sarra D, oude Lohuis M, Mainen ZF.

Nature Communications (2018)

PA Correia, Lottem E, Banerjee D, Machado AS, Carey MR, Mainen ZF.

Elife (2017)

Matias, S, Lottem E, Dugué GP, Mainen ZF.

Elife (2017)

Lottem, E, Gugig E, Azouz R.

J Neurophysiol. (2014)

Dugué, GP, Lörincz ML, Lottem E, Audero E, Matias S, PA Correia, et al.

PLoS One (2014)

We are looking for talented, creative and motivated students and postdocs to join our team.

Eran Lottem

Assistant Professor

Phone: +972-52-7450155
Address: The Edmond and Lily Safra Center for Brain Sciences
The Suzanne and Charles Goodman Brain Sciences Building,
Level 1, Room 2104, Edmond J. Safra Campus,
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, 9190401

“Working memory”