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Dr. Sharon's current work combines research into what builds the subjective experience of the self in health and disease. He is especially interested in the neurobiology of pain and methods that can rapidly change this aversive experience in a noninvasive, brain-focused and patient-tailored manner. To that aim he combines advanced functional brain imaging, pharmacotherapy and noninvasive brain stimulation and modulation techniques in healthy individuals and in patients.

Dr. Sharon leads the #Consciousness & Psychopharmacolog research team at the Sagol Brain Institute.

Sample of Current Research Projects

Selective emotional processing and its use as a marker for brain plasticity in patients with chronic disorders of consciousness

Disorders of consciousness (DOC), which include the Vegetative and Minimally Conscious States (VS and MSC), are severe disorders of consciousness following extensive brain injury, defined as states of preserved wakefulness but with either absent (VS) or severely impaired (MCS) behavioral evidence of awareness of self and the environment.

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Noam Goldway

PhD student, Psychological Sciences

School - Tel Aviv University

Libat Weizman

M.Sc student, Sagol School

of Neuroscience - Tel Aviv University


Department of Psychiatry, Institute of Pain Medicine, Department of Emergency Medicine – Tel Aviv Sourasky Medical Center

Faculty of Medicine

Tel Aviv University

School of Education

Tel Aviv University

Active Grants

NARDAD Young Investigator Grant, 2016-2018

Excellence Grant, Tel Aviv Sourasky Medical Center 2014 - ongoing
Adopt a Researcher Personal Research Grant 2015-2018, Friends of TASMC
Contact Me
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 Univeristy)

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