I am intrigued by mechanistic explanations to various cognitive processes. To
understand how the brain gives rise to behavior, I believe we must integrate
behavioral studies, computational models of cognition and advanced neuroimaging.
I completed my PhD in Computational Brain Science at the Hebrew University of
Jerusalem (ELSC). There, I worked with Prof. Aviv Mezer and developed methods for
in vivo mapping of white-matter tracts using multi-modal quantitative MRI.
Outside the lab, I have a great passion for teaching and education. I also enjoy
running, ink drawing and children’s books.