Consciousness & Psychopharmacology
Our research goal is to advance the understanding of brain processes underlying consciousness and the subjective human experience. To that aim we probe brain activity by using an array of advanced functional neuroimaging techniques during resting state and in response to different stimuli, as well as following modulation of brain activity by applying behavioral and pharmacological interventions as well as brain-computer interfaces.
Brain mechanisms underlying the subjective experience of pain in healthy volunteers and chronic pain patients, and the ability to modify them by using noninvasive interventions.
Brain processes involved in coma, anesthesia and sleep.
Neural processing in patients with disorders of consciousness.
The effect of psychoactive medications on the subjective experience and brain activity of patients with neuropsychiatric illnesses.
Main Research Themes
Sagol Brain Institute
6 Weizman St.
Tel Aviv, 64239
Tel + 972 - 3 - 6973094
Fax + 972 - 3 - 6973080
(Located at: Tel Aviv Sourasky Medical Center, Affiliated with Tel Aviv Univerisity)