California, 2007

I am a Group Leader of Decision and Awareness Group at the German Primate Center.

From 2009 to 2010, I was a Senior Research Fellow in the lab of Prof. Richard Andersen, Caltech, and prior to 2009 I was a Postdoctoral Scholar in the same lab.

Previously, I was a Ph.D. student at the Vision Research lab, Dept. of BioMedical Engineering, Technion, Israel, and the Schepens Eye Research Institute, Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA. My thesis advisors were Prof. Moshe Gur (Technion) and Prof. D. Max Snodderly (SERI, currently at University of Texas, Austin).

In the course of my undergraduate studies at Tel Aviv University I worked with Prof. Mark L. Shik on the neurophysiology of single hindbrain neurons during transition from rest to locomotion, evoked by electrical stimulation of mesencephalic locomotor region in salamander.

Please, see the corresponding pages:
Current Research Interests (fMRI and electrophysiology in monkeys)
Visual Neuroscience
Locomotion and Motor Control
Curriculum Vitae
Visual Neuroscience System that I was developing in Maxlab
Unitret - powerful package for neurophysiological data analysis

For information on my OmniLab data acquisition, retrieval and analysis package, please see here.

Some of my other programming activities (including free software and code) can be found in Programming section, specifically Matlab, LabVIEW, and JavaScript sections, plus a small collection of miscellaneous utilities.

If you are looking for information on Book2Tree (Bookmarks to FolderTree converter), go to the Book2Tree page.

Some of my artworks can be found here. Primate-related drawings are here. Also Sigizmund monkey series.

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