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Our research is dedicated to uncovering the neural circuits and neural mechanisms underlying visual perception and visual processing. Using voltage-sensitive dye imaging and additional cutting-edge technologies we aim at decoding and reconstruction of visual content from brain activity of behaving animals. We investigate artificial vision in the primary visual cortex using electrical microstimulation and optostimulation of neuronal population.  

Our long-term goals are to provide novel insights into perceptually guided behavior, facilitate the development of a useful cortical visual neuroprosthesis, and improve the treatment of visually impaired subjects.

In the media:

  • Symposium in memory of Prof. Amiram Grinvald, Israel Academy of Science, 15 June 2023

      Link to the recorded symposium

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Research highlights

  • Symposium in memory of Prof. Amiram Grinvald, Israel Academy of Science, 15 June 2023

         Link to the recorded symposium

 

  • Invited speaker: The Active Vision Workshop, 07 Nov 2019

       The Suzanne and Charles Goodman Brain Sciences Building, HUJI, Israel

  • Invited speaker: Minisymposium in SFN 2019, 19-24 Oct 2019, Chicago USA:

       Review in J Neuroscience: Advanced Circuit and Cellular Imaging Methods in Nonhuman Primates

 

  • ISF-China grant award,  Dec 2018 (Collaboration with Wei Wang)

  • ISF Bikura grant award, Oct 2018

  • Invited speaker in Cortical codes, Europe Institute for Theoretical Neuroscience, Paris, 5-6 Feb. 2018

  • Invited speaker in Windows to the brain. Conference in honor of Prof. Amiram Grivald, Jan 16 2018, Weizmann Institute (invited speaker).

 

together with Rudiger von der HeydtAnitha Pasupathy and Alex Maier

  • ISF personal grant award, July 2016

  • BSF grant award June 2016, with Prof. Robert Shapley, NYU

      

  • Maayan Gadot won the best short poster presentation, ISFN 2015

  • ISFN symposium: Relating cortical organization and dynamics to sensory processing and rehabilitation, Dec 2015

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