PROF. TALMA HENDLER (MD, PhD)

Talma Hendler (MD PhD) is a professor of Psychiatry and Neuroscience at Tel Aviv University, and the founding director of the Sagol Brain Institute Tel-Aviv. Professor Hendler holds an MD from Tel Aviv University and a PhD from SUNY at Stony Brook, NY. and is a licensed psychiatrist in Israel. 

Prof. Hendler leads the #Neuropsychiatry & Neuromodulation research team and an associated investigator of all the other 6 research teams at the Sagol Brain Institute.

Research Projects

Talk 2UR Stressed Brain: Emotional Brain Fitness NeuroFeedback

2016-2019 United States Department of Defense

Goal: To implement and optimize the newly developed eBraiNFit platform and to test its clinical effectiveness as treatment and primary prevention of post trauma psychopathology.

BRAINTRAIN: Taking imaging into the therapeutic domain: Self-regulation of brain systems for mental disorders

2013 – 2017 EU FP7 health program (Consortium)

Goal: Build a multidisciplinary platform to address mental health problems through brain self-regulation training of neurofeedback (e.g. autism, binge-eating, anxiety spectrum disorders, and depression).

Neurobehavioral moderators of Post-traumatic Disease Trajectories

2014 – 2019 NIH, USA

Goal: Uncover the neurobiology of emerging oath in post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).​

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Active Grants
2016 - 2019  United States Department of Defense
Talk 2UR Stressed Brain: Emotional Brain Fitness NeuroFeedback.
2013 – 2017   EU FP7 health program (Consortium)
BRAINTRAIN: Taking imaging into the therapeutic domain: Self-regulation of brain systems for mental disorders.
2014 – 2016     EU Horizon 2020 program (Consortium)
The Human Brain Project "From Single cEll and LFP to FMRI - building a model of MOtivation and DEcision SELF-MODE".

2014 – 2017    The Israeli Office of Science and Technology

T2URBO; Talk 2UR Brain Online – a combined imaging approach for closed-loop brain modulation/regulation.
2014 – 2019    NIH, USA
Neurobehavioral moderators of Post-traumatic Disease Trajectories.

2014 – 2018  The Israeli Ministry of Science and Technology: Kamin

A specific, non-invasive, closed loop neuromodulation system for treatment of chronic pain in a natural environment.
2013 – 2018    The Israeli Office of Commerce and Industry
Brain Stimulation and Monitoring Toolbox.
Collaborations