Neuroscience Symposium 2022

The symposium will be held online and will be hosted by ScienceAbroad. It is aimed to provide the opportunity to share your research with the academic community in Israel, gain a wide range of exposure, and form scientific collaborations.

Selection Committee

Prof. Yoav Kessler

Psychology Department,
Ben-Gurion University of the Negev

Dr. Limor Shtoots

Baruch Ivcher School of Psychology,
Reichman University

Dr. Lilach Avitan

Edmond & Lily Safra Center for Brain Sciences,
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Dr. Sagi Jaffe-Dax

The Gershon H.
Gordon Faculty of Social Sciencesת Tel Aviv University

Dr. Yoed Kenett

The Faculty of Industrial Engineering & Management,
Technion - Israel Institute of Technology
Dr. Niv Reggev

Dr. Niv Reggev

Psychology Department,
Ben-Gurion University of the Negev

Dr. Uri Hertz

Department of Cognitive Sciences,
University of Haifa

Prof. Samuel Shaki

The Department of Behavioral Sciences,
Ariel University

Dr. Hanna Keren

The Azrieli Faculty of Medicine,
Bar-Ilan University

Organizer and Moderator

Shira Baror, Ph.D

Psychology‎ and Neuroscience Field Manage

Selected Speakers

Hadas Benisty, Ph.D. ​

Winner of the best abstract award​
Rapid fluctuations in functional connectivity of cortical networks encode spontaneous behavior

Shlomit Beker, Ph.D. ​

ASD as a disorder of synchronization with the environment

Maya Geva-Sagiv, Ph.D.​

Closed-loop DBS during sleep to boost hippocampal-cortical dialogue and human memory

Vered Kellner, Ph.D. ​

The role of astrocyte calcium signaling in developing sensory domains

Tal Ness, Ph.D. ​

Prediction during language processing: Beyond activation

Noa Herz, Ph.D. ​

Hippocampal biomarkers of false recall

Roy Harpaz, Ph.D. ​

You go left, I’ll go right: how larval zebrafish swim together in a group

Rotem Botvinik-Nezer, Ph.D. ​

A Belief Systems Analysis of Fraud Beliefs Following the 2020 U.S. Election

Tamar Kolodny, Ph.D. ​

Neural interactions in cortical visual pathways in autism

Guy Avraham, Ph.D. ​

Movement as a Window into Cognition

Alon Zivony, Ph.D. ​

Categorization templates selectively affect what we see

Sponsored By

$1000 award for the best abstract