Inbal Goshen Lab

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Inbal Goshen

Associate Professor

Phone: +972-2-6585716
Address: The Edmond and Lily Safra Center for Brain Sciences
The Suzanne and Charles Goodman Brain Sciences Building,
Level 1, Room 1104, Edmond J. Safra Campus,
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, 9190401
Neurons and Glia in Memory Lab
The Belgian Friends Optogenetics Laboratory

What underlies the transition from recent to remote memory? How does local modulation of neuronal activity by glia cells directly affect plasticity and behavior?  To solve these puzzles we employ a variety of research approaches, integrating behavior, calcium imaging, electrophysiology and molecular biology, and apply optogenetics or chemogenetics in all of these levels.

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Talia Sternberg
Undergrad Researcher
Nechama Novick
Undergrad Researcher
Yael Morose
M.Sc. Student
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Lior Naggan
M.Sc. Student
Yaara Aram
Undergrad Researcher
Noa Rubin
Undergrad Researcher
Hodaya Stern
Undergrad Researcher
Stefano Quaglioni
Stefano Quaglioni
PhD Student
שי מירון
Shay Meron
PhD Student
Adi Doron
PhD Student
Ron Refaeli
PhD Student
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Tirzah Merzel Kreisel PhD
Research Associate
Adi Kol
Adar Adamsky
Adi Doron, Alon Rubin, Aviya Benmelech-Chovav, Netai Benaim, Tom Carmi, Ron Refaeli, Nechama Novick, Tirzah Kreisel, Yaniv Ziv & Inbal Goshen

Nature volume 609, pages772–778 (2022)

Ron Refaeli, Inbal Goshen

J Vis Exp. Mar 31;(181). (2022)

Inbal Goshen, Raz Yirmiya, Adi Kol

Neuron Feb 2;110(3):363-365 (2022)

Kol A, Goshen I

Current Opinion in Neurobiology, Volume 67 pages 131-137  (2021)

Refaeli R*, Doron A*, Benmelech-Chovav A, Groysman M, Kreisel T, Loewenstein Y, Goshen I

Glia. 12 June  (2021)

Adi Doron, Inbal Goshen

Neuron Volume 105, Issue 1, Pages 9-11 (2020)

Hirbec H, Déglon N, Foo LC, Goshen I, Grutzendler J, Hangen E, Kreisel T, Linck N, Muffat J, Regio S, Rion S, Escartin C

Glia. Sep;68(9):1692-1728  (2020)

Adi Kol, Adar Adamsky, Maya Groysman, Tirzah Kreisel, Michael London & Inbal Goshen

Nature Neuroscience (2020)

Atlan G, Terem A, Peretz-Rivlin N, Sehrawat K, Gonzales BJ, Pozner G, Tasaka G-i, Goll Y, Refaeli R, Zviran O, Lim BK, Groysman M, Goshen I, Mizrahi A, Nelken I, Citri A,

Current Biology, Volume 28, Issue 17, 10 September 2018, Pages 2752-2762 (2018)

Doron A, Goshen I

Brain Research Bulletin, Volume 141, Pages 35-43 (2018)

Adar Adamsky*, Adi Kol*, Tirzah Kreisel, Adi Doron, Nofar Ozeri-Engelhard, Talia Melcer, Ron Refaeli, Henrike Horn, Limor Regev, Maya Groysman, Michael London, Inbal Goshen

Cell, Volume 174, Issue 1, 28 June 2018, Pages 59-71 (2018)

Adamsky A, Goshen I

Neuroscience, Volume 370, Pages 14-26 (2018)

Milshtein-Parush H, Frere S, Regev L, Lahav C, Benbenishty A, Ben-Eliyahu S, Goshen I, Slutsky I

Cerebral Cortex, Volume 27, Issue 6, Pages 3457–3470 (2017)

Daadi MM, Klausner JQ, Bajar B, Goshen I, Lee-Messer C, Lee SY, Winge MC, Ramakrishnan C, Lo M, Sun G, Deisseroth K, Steinberg GK.

Cell Transplantation, Vol 25, Issue 7 (2016)

Goshen I.

Trends in Neurosciences, Volume 37, Issue 9, Pages 511-522 (2014)

Prakash R, Yizhar O, Grewe B, Ramakrishnan C, Wang N, Goshen I, Packer AM, Peterka DS, Yuste R, Schnitzer MJ, Deisseroth K.

Nature Methods, volume 9, pages 1171–1179 (2012)

Licht T*, Goshen I*, Avital A, Kreisel T, Zubedat S, Eavri R, Segal M, Yirmiya R, Keshet E.

PNAS, 108 (12) 5081-5086 (2011)

Anikeeva P, Andalman AS, Witten IB, Warden MR, Goshen I, Grosenick L, Gunaydin LA, Frank LM, Deisseroth K.

Nature Neuroscience, volume 15, pages 163–170 (2011)

Yizhar O, Fenno LE, Prigge M, Schneider F, Davidson TJ, O’Shea DJ, Sohal VS, Goshen I, Finkelstein J, Paz JT, Stehfest K, Fudim R, Ramakrishnan C, Huguenard JR, Hegemann P, Deisseroth K.

Nature, volume 477, pages 171–178 (2011)

Yirmiya R, Goshen I.

Brain, Behavior, and Immunity, Volume 25, Issue 2, Pages 181-213 (2011)

Goshen I, Brodsky M, Prakash R, Wallace J, Gradinaru V, Ramakrishnan C, Deisseroth K.

Cell, Volume 147, Issue 3, Pages 678-689 (2011)

Ben Menachem-Zidon O, Avital A, Ben-Menahem Y, Goshen I, Kreisel T, Shmueli EM, Segal M, Ben Hur T, Yirmiya R.

Brain, Behavior, and Immunity, Volume 25, Issue 5, Pages 1008-1016 (2011)

Licht, T, Eavri R, Goshen I, Shlomai Y, Mizrahi A, Keshet E.

Development, 137: 261-271 (2010)

Gradinaru V, Zhang F, Ramakrishnan C, Mattis J, Prakash R, Diester I, Goshen I, Thompson KR, Deisseroth K.

Cell, Volume 141, Issue 1, Pages 154-165 (2010)

Lee JH, Durand R, Gradinaru V, Zhang F, Goshen I, Kim DS, Fenno, LE, Ramakrishnan C, Deisseroth K.

Nature, volume 465, pages 788–792 (2010)

Ounallah-Saad H, Beeri R, Goshen I, Yirmiya R, Renbaum P, Levy-Lahad E

Gene, Volume 446, Issue 2, Pages 81-89 (2009)

Goshen I, Yirmiya R

Frontiers in Neuroendocrinology, Volume 30, Issue 1, Pages 30-45 (2009)

Goshen I, Avital A, Kreisel T, Licht T, Segal M, Yirmiya R.

Journal of Neuroscience, 29 (11) 3395-3403 (2009)

Ben Menachem-Zidon O, Goshen I, Kreisel T, Ben Menahem Y, Reinhartz E, Ben Hur T, Yirmiya R.

Neuropsychopharmacology, volume 33, pages 2251–2262 (2008)

Goshen I, Kreisel T, Ben-Menachem-Zidon O, Licht T, Weidenfeld, J., Ben-Hur T and Yirmiya R.

Molecular Psychiatry, volume 13, pages 717–728 (2008)

Wolf G, Yirmiya R, Kreisel T, Goshen I, Weidenfeld J, Poole S, Shavit Y.

Brain, Behavior, and Immunity, Volume 21, Issue 5, Pages 652-659 (2007)

Goshen I, Kreisel T, Ounallah-Saad H, Renbaum P, Zalzstein Y, Ben-Hur T, Levy-Lahad, E, Yirmiya R.

Psychoneuroendocrinology, Volume 32, Issues 8–10, Pages 1106-1115 (2007)

Yirmiya R, Goshen I, Bajayo A, Kreisel T, Feldman S, Tam J, Trembovler V, Csernus V, Shohami E, Bab I.

PNAS, 103 (45) 16876-16881 (2006)

Weidenfeld J, Itzik A, Goshen I, Yirmiya R, Ben-Hur T.

Neuroendocrinology, 81:267–272 (2005)

Shavit Y, Wolf G, Goshen I, Livshits D, Yirmiya R.

Pain Volume 115, Issues 1–2, Pages 50-59 (2005)

Bajayo A*, Goshen I*, Feldman S, Csernus V, Iverfeldt K, Shohami E, Yirmiya R, Bab I.

PNAS, 102 (36) 12956-12961 (2005)

Goshen I, Yirmiya R, Iverfeldt K, Weidenfeld J.

Endocrinology, Volume 144, Issue 10, Pages 4453–4458 (2003)

Wolf G, Yirmiya R, Goshen I, Iverfeldt K, Holmlund L, Takeda K, Shavit Y.

Pain, Volume 104 – Issue 3 – p 471–480 (2003)

Avital A*, Goshen I*, Kamsler A*, Segal M, Iverfeldt K, Richter-Levin G, Yirmiya R.

Hippocampus, Volume 13, Issue 7, Pages 826-834 (2003)

Barak O, Goshen I, Ben-Hur T, Weidenfeld J, Taylor AN, Yirmiya R.

Brain Research, Volume 933, Issue 2, Pages 98-108 (2002)

Barak O, Weidenfeld J, Goshen I, Ben-Hur T, Taylor AN, Yirmiya R.

Brain, Behavior, and Immunity, Volume 16, Issue 6, Pages 720-735 (2002)

Pollak Y, Orion E, Goshen I, Ovadia H, Yirmiya R.

Brain, Behavior, and Immunity, Volume 16, Issue 5, Pages 533-543 (2002)

Yirmiya R, Winocur G, Goshen I.

Neurobiology of Learning and Memory, Volume 78, Issue 2, Pages 379-389 (2002)

Pollak Y, Ovadia H, Goshen I, Gurevich R, Monsa K, Avitsur R, Yirmiya R.

Journal of Neuroimmunology, Volume 104, Issue 1, Pages 31-36 (2002)

We are always happy to add talented and motivated students to our group!

Graduate Students
We are looking for highly motivated and creative students who are passionate about neuroscience, and would like to be involved in multidisciplinary research examining the role of glia cells and neurons in behavior. Students will have the opportunity to acquire a variety of techniques, from molecular biology and electrophysiology, to imaging and behavior.

Postdoc candidates with experience in imaging / electrophysiology / behavior are welcome to send their CV, along with contact information for 2-3 references.

Undergraduate Students
The lab is happy to offer undergraduate students the opportunity to experience science first hand. Each student is first mentored by a Ph.D. student, and then expected to run their own project independently. Relevant majors: Biology, Physics, Cognitive Sciences, Computer Sciences, Chemistry.

Inbal Goshen

Associate Professor

Phone: +972-2-6585716
Address: The Edmond and Lily Safra Center for Brain Sciences
The Suzanne and Charles Goodman Brain Sciences Building,
Level 1, Room 1104, Edmond J. Safra Campus,
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, 9190401

“Working memory”