My research explores various interactions between media, psychology, and biology in general and neuroscience and motion pictures and new media in specific. I am interested in the various ways in which biology confines multiple aspects of the cinematic experience and vice versa – from low-level visual and auditory perception to high-level phenomena such as empathy and agency. I am also particularly interested in translational research that makes use of cinematic, virtual and augmented reality technologies in the context of brain-computer interfaces (BCI) aiming to enhance and rehabilitate psychophysiological functions.

Dr. Raz ia a researcher at the Sagol Brain Institute and a Visiting Lecturer at the Sagol School of Neuroscience and the Steve Tisch School of Film and Television at the Tel-Aviv University.  

Dr. Raz leads the #Immersive brain-computer interfaces research team, and an associate investigator of the #Neuropsychiatry & Neuromodulation, the #Consciousness & Psychopharmacology and the #Cognitive Resource and Plasticity research teams at the Sagol Brain Institute. 

DR. GAL RAZ (PhD)