for winning the Kedar Prize for Encouraging Excellence
Prof. Ilana Gozas, Director of the Elton Laboratory at the Faculty of Medicine, The School of Neuroscience at the Tel-Aviv University; Researchers have developed a treatment that may prevent the development of retardation and autism.
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JDN news 20.11.2018
Tel Aviv University researcher Dr. Ben Meir Maoz has built a human brain on a chip and showed how the blood vessels “communicate” with the neurons. The breakthrough will enable more effective drug development for humans, with an emphasis on neurodegenerative diseases such as Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s. This work was published in Nature Biotechnology jurnal.
Prof. Yossi Yovel interview to “Israel Hayom” paper
Perceptual biases – The way we perceive information according to our beliefs and fears.
Interview with Dr. Hadas Okon-Singer, Head of the Department of Cognitive Science, University of Haifa.