A Ph.D. position is available at the Rosenblum lab, University of Haifa, to study cognitive enhancement (improvement in memory and behavioral plasticity), using a combination of behavior, imaging, electrophysiology, and molecular biology techniques.

See http://neuroethocms.haifa.ac.il/rosenblum/ for additional information.

Candidates should hold a M.Sc. degree. To apply, please send a CV, a short description of research interests, and the names and contact details of three academic referees to Professor Kobi Rosenblum This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

למעבדה צעירה בפקולטה לרפואה העוסקת במחקר שינה, דרוש\ה מנהל\ת מעבדה לחודשי אוקטובר – מאי
.העבודה כוללת היסטולוגיה, אימונוהיסטוכימיה, ניהול מעבדה שוטף (הזמנות חומרים וכו') ועבודה עם חיות
דרוש ניסיון קודם בעבודת מעבדה, אחריות, ויכולת לעבוד מול מספר סטודנטים ופרוייקטים במקביל. ניסיון ספציפי בשיטות /המדעיות הינו בונוס אך לא חובה

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לפרטים נוספים – 03-6407265


Ben-Gurion University of the Negev Department of Brain and Cognitive Sciences

& ABC Robotics Initiative

Doctoral/Post-doctoral Position in Human Imaging

PhD or Postdoc position is available for a structural and functional imaging study of rehabilitation treatments in Traumatic Brain Injury and Cerebral Palsy subjects with Dr. Simona Bar-Haim and Dr. Lior Shmuelof

We are looking for a highly motivated PhD student or post-doctoral fellow to study the neural correlates of rehabilitation treatments in TBI and CP groups of subjects. The study will involve functional and structural MRI scans before and after the rehabilitation treatments and EEG recordings. We are looking for candidates with a background in MRI or in EEG analyses who are interested in leading new and exciting research directions. Preference will be given to candidates with experience in MATLAB programing.

For more information, please contact:

Dr. Simona Bar-Haim – This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Dr. Lior Shmuelof – This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Deuteron Technologies is a small Jerusalem company that develops and supplies equipment for recording neural signals in freely moving animals for brain research.

Deuteron Technologies is opening today (1 Aug 2014) employment positions for one or two neuroscientists here in Jerusalem. The work isideal for part-time work by postgraduate (PhD) students, with flexible working hours.

The work, at this stage, involves studying large numbers of publications and abstracts in neuroscience in order to map out who is doing what with electrosphysiology, such that later we can use this information for marketing our products. The work will also involve starting to define and configure a software package for neural data display data filtering and spilke sorting.

The ideal candidate must be absolutely excellent at English, since there will be thousands of pages of papers and abstracts to read, and also because there will be need to exchange emails, and possibly Skype sessions, with many researchers abroad. Being based in Jerusalem is another major advantage, especially for candidates interested in part time work. We are based in the Har Hotzvim science park in Jerusalem. Interested applicants should contact Jacob Vecht: (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) and should feel free to call 0528 895399.

Supervisor: Professor Ora Kofman, Dept. of Psychology, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev.
Research topic: Paraoxonase 1 deficiency as a risk factor for behavioral neurodevelopmental
deficits following prenatal chlorpyrifos in mice.
 Undergraduate and M.A./ M.Sc. in psychology, biology, brain sciences, or related
 Preference for candidates with experience in psychobiology research in rodents.
 Please send CV, including summary of research interests and names and contact
information for 2 referees, to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. by Sept. 1.

A postdoctoral research position funded by the BSF-NSF program in computational neuroscience is available starting October 2014. This novel project will investigate the computational properties of single neurons. "Why does a neuron spike?" can be interpreted as a question about underlying biophysical mechanisms or about the features of the inputs to which a neuron responds. The overall goal of this project is to forge a link between the biophysical mechanisms of neuronal excitability and the ability of these neurons to encode features of incoming inputs. Dynamical, Hodgkin Huxley-type models, combined with the cable equations of Rall have proven to be very useful for creating biophysical models of the passive and active properties of neurons. These approaches have allowed neuroscientists to understand the mechanisms of neuronal activity including action potential generation, bursting and dendritic spiking. On the other hand, statistical models are able to capture the often-noisy relationship between neural spiking and the inputs a neuron receives. While these two approaches provide insight into mechanisms and function of neuronal activity, they suffer complementary limitations when used separately: statistical models typically offer little mechanistic explanation, while biophysical models do not incorporate functional stimulus-response relationships. Our goal is to unite these approaches by applying them in concert in order to answer specific questions about the the computational properties of single neurons. The project is a collaboration between our group at Bar-Ilan and a group from Carnegie-Mellon University in Pittsburgh.

The successful applicant will join a broad interdisciplinary team that includes computational neuroscientists and electrophysiologists focused on combining different levels of neuronal computation. He or she will be expected to leverage research from the broader neuroscience research community to develop computational approaches for addressing real-world problems. Previous experience both in neuroscience research and in computation, electrical engineering, signal analysis is ideal.


Prof. Alon Korngreen

The Gonda Brain Research Center

Bar-Ilan University

Ramat-Gan, 5290002


Phone: 03-5318224

E-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Our new lab at Tel-Aviv University is seeking highly motivated graduate students and post-doctoral fellows, to engage in exciting multidisciplinary research in perceptual and motor learning and memory. The overall mission of the research is to investigate the link between the way by which memories are formed, modified and internally represented and the resulting learning which enables skill improvements over time. Research will involve a combination of psychophysics, non-invasive brain stimulation and neuroimaging techniques.

Enthusiastic candidates with backgrounds in Neuroscience, Psychology, Physics, Computer Science or Engineering, with excellent collaboration skills, capable of setting up and leading novel research directions are encouraged to contact Dr. Nitzan Censor - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Please email a statement of research interests and CV.

Examples of recent published work:

CensorHorovitzCohen2014Neuron: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24411732

CensorDayanCohen2013Cortex: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23849672

CensorSagiCohen2012NatureReviewsNeuroscience: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22903222


The Department of Psychology at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem invites applications for a tenure-track position in Psychobiology. We are seeking an outstanding scholar who studies the biological mechanisms underlying behavioral processes (e.g., neurobiological, genetic, epigenetic approaches). The proposed beginning date is October 2014.

The Psychology Department at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem is at the forefront of psychological research and is committed to excellence in research and in both graduate and undergraduate teaching. Candidates are expected to have a PhD and post-doctoral training in relevant fields, and to show extensive research experience in behavioral neuroscience (in rodents). Interested candidates should submit a letter of application, curriculum vitae, a statement of research and teaching interests, a sample of reprints and preprints and three letters of reference.

Applications (and questions) should be sent by email to Prof. Raz Yirmiya (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.).

Applications should be submitted by October 1st 2014.