Toviah Moldwin

Toviah Moldwin

PhD Student
ELSC Class
23 (2015)

As an undergraduate I studied computer science, which led me to artificial intelligence and machine learning, which eventually spurred an interest in neuroscience. I am interested in how learning and plasticity happens in the brain, particularly at the level of the single cell.



Contact information

The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Edmond J. Safra Campus
Goodman (Brain Science) Building Rm. 1201
Givat Ram, Jerusalem, 4190401

Recent publications

Moldwin, T., & Segev, I. (2018). Perceptron learning and classification in a modeled cortical pyramidal cell. BioRxiv, 464826.

Moldwin, T., Schwartz, O., & Sussman, E. S. (2017). Statistical Learning of Melodic Patterns Influences the Brain’s Response to Wrong Notes. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 29(12).