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Moshe Abeles

Moshe Abeles

Professor Emeritus
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Israel

Biography

Academic background: 1956-1960 The Hebrew University, Jerusalem M.Sc. Physiology, 1960-1966 The Hebrew University, Jerusalem Ph.D. Neurophysiology 1966-1968 Johns-Hopkins Univ., Baltimore Post Doc. Biomedical Engineering Previous employment: 1981- 2003 The Hebrew University, Jerusalem. Professor Neurophysiology 2003- 2014 Bar-Ilan University, Ramat-Gan Professor Neurophysiology 1973 - 1981 The Hebrew University, Jerusalem Assoc. Prof. Neurophysiology 1969 - 1973 The Hebrew University, Jerusalem. Senior Lect. Neurophysiology 1968 - 1969 The Hebrew University, Jerusalem Lecturer 1966 - 1968 Johns Hopkins Univ., Baltimore Post doc. Biomed. Eng. Administrative appointments: 2003 - 2012 Director, Gonda Multidisciplinary Brain Research Center, Bar-Ilan University 2003 – 2004 Add-hoc committee on Computational Neuroscience, BMBF, Germany 1996 – 1999 Director, Life-Sciences division of the Israel National Science Foundation. 1992 - 1999 Director, The Interdisciplinary Center for Neural Computation. 1984 - 1994 Director, The Israel Center for Psychobiology. 1977 - 1980 Director, The Israel Center for Psychobiology. 1974 - 1977 Chairman, Department of Physiology. Honors: 1968 Back prize for 3 papers on excitability of EEG synchronizing and desynchronizing neurons. 1971 I.A.P.I. First prize for work on "Computer aided analysis of nerve cell activity". 1980 Dr. Mona and Dr. Ernest Spiegel Chair of Neurophysiology 1980 Visiting professor, Universite de Lausanne 1986 Visiting professor, University of Pennsylvania 1986 Johns Hopkins Society of scholars 1996 Teva founders prize for outstanding work in brain research 1997 Miller visiting professor, UC Berkeley, USA 2004 Emet (Prime Minister of Israel prize), Israel 2012 Valentino Braitenberg's Golden Neuron award

Research Interest

Neurophysiology