Roey Schurr

Roey Schurr

PhD Student
ELSC Class
22 (2014)

He completed his BSc in Physics, Cognitive Sciences and the “Amirim” program for outstanding students at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem (Graduated Summa Cum Laude). Currently is a PhD candidate in the direct PhD program in computational neuroscience at ELSC, at the Mezer lab for Quantitative Imaging of the Human Brain. He is interested in pushing the limits of non-invasive tools in the field of quantitative MRI, with an emphasis on integrating different imaging modalities.  His main focus is the structure and function of human white matter.



Contact information

Goodman building, South wing, room 2202, Givat Ram Campus

Recent publications

Roey Schurr, Yiran Duan , Anthony M. Norcia, Shumpei Ogawa, Jason D. Yeatman and Aviv A. Mezer, “Tractography optimization using quantitative T1 mapping in the human optic radiation”, NeuroImage, 2018

Amitay Nachmani*, Roey Schurr*, Leo Joskowicz, and Aviv A. Mezer, “The Effect of Motion Correction Interpolation on Quantitative T1 Mapping with MRI. Medical Image Analysis, 2018

Roey Schurr, Mor Nitzan, Ruth Eliahou, Laurent Spinelli, Margitta Seeck, Olaf Blanke, Shahar Arzy, “Temporal Dissociation of Neocortical and Hippocampal Contributions to Mental Time Travel Using Intracranial Recordings in Humans”, Frontiers in Computational Neuroscience, 2018