Prof. Hagai Bergman

Figure from the article
Mallet et al. (2016) show that ‘‘arkypallidal’’ neurons provide a Stop signal, suppressing the development of Go-related striatal activity
Rothschild Prize to Prof. Bergman
The Rothschild Prize in the Life Sciences for the year 2016 is awarded to Professor Hagai Bergman
פרס רוטשילד במדעי החיים הפרס מוענק לפרופסור חגי ברגמן מהאוניברסיטה העברית בירושלים
פרס רוטשילד במדעי החיים לשנת תשע"ו/2016 מוענק לפרופסור חגי ברגמן מהאוניברסיטה העברית בירושלים
The unsung Israeli hero of Parkinson’s treatments
Next week, Hagai Berman of Hebrew University will get an overdue thank you for his breakthrough technique
ERC grants to three ELSC's researchers
Prof. Amir Amedi, Prof. Hagai Bergman, Prof. Hermona Soreq - We congratulate you for winning this Prestigious and important grant! We send you wishes for success in the great challenge you took upon yourselves We thank you for making us so proud of you!
J. Post: Science-fiction brain technology to become reality
Israeli and foreign researchers present developing technologies for the ill and disabled at the Presidential Conference.
Dr. Boris Rosin
A recent study suggests a novel treatment for Parkinson's disease.
Oscillatory graph of three patients
Researchers from the Hebrew University report that analysis of patients’ brain wave patterns can help improve the outcome of Deep Brain Stimulation, a novel type of treatment for Parkinson’s disease, which works by implanting electrodes into the diseased brain area.
singing bird
Bird song learning is a model system for studying the general principles of learning, but attempts to draw parallels between learning in birds and mammals have been difficult because of anatomical brain differences between the two species.