We are an interdisciplinary group, bringing together molecular neuroscientists, behaviorists, pharmacologists, computer scientists and electrophysiologists to address major questions in neuroscience

Ami Citri, PhD
PI
Hagit Turm, PhD
Lab Manager
Reut Ashwal Fluss, PhD
Computational Biologist
Ben Gonzales
LSI PhD Student
 
David Matthew Lipton, PhD
Zuckerman Postdoctoral Scholar
Gal Atlan
ELSC PhD Student
Anna Terem
LSI PhD Student
Idit Yvgi
LSI PhD Student
Noa Rivlin
ELSC PhD Student
Itay Shalom
ELSC PhD Student
Tomer Sheinfeld
Undergrad researcher (LSI & Cog) 
Eden Chen
Undergrad researcher (Physics & Brain)
Timna Kleinman
Undergrad researcher (Comp & Brain)
Yonatan Fatal
Undergrad researcher (Open U)
Mohammad Tamimi
Undergrad researcher (Comp & LSI)
Gal Gilboa
Mouse Breeding Specialist

Alumni

Massimiliano Festuccia, visiting scholar 2020.  
Currently: Graduate student, INSERM, Montpellier
Diptendu Mukherjee, PhD 2020.  Currently: Postdoctoral Scholar, University College London
Thesis: "
Deciphering Molecular Mechanisms Underlying Behavioral Plasticity of Cocaine Experiences"
Lior Ziv, MSc 2020 (w/ Tommy Kaplan, Comp Sci). Currently: Data Scientist at Allot.
Thesis: "Neuronal inducible transcription is comprised of scaled modules"
Noa Bleistein, MSc 2018. Currently: Medical Student, Tel-Aviv University
Thesis: "The ins and out of the claustrum - studying principles of claustro-cortical connectivity in mice"
Doron Haritan, MSc 2017. Currently: Marketing Team Leader at Better Impression
Thesis: "Studies of the transfer function coupling neuronal activity to transcription in dissociated neuronal cultures"
Guy Posner, MSc 2016. Currently: Product Analyst at Roundforest
Thesis: "A look into the function & physiology of the claustrum"
Liz Izakson, MSc 2016. Currently: PhD student in neuroeconomics, Tel-Aviv University
Thesis: "Encoding of aversive and rewarding experiences in the brain" 
Dr. Bogna Ignatowska-Jankowska, Shimon Peres Postdoctoral Scholar 2014-2017
Currently: Research Fellow, Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology, Japan
Dr. Liat Shavit-Grievink, Postdoctoral scholar 2012-2013.
Currently: Medical Science Liaison at CTS