Collaborations

The diagnostic neuroimaging lab has numerous ongoing collaborations with researchers and academic institutes in Israel and the US on the neuroimaging of pathologies such as spinal cord injury, stroke, Alzheimer's disease, diabetes, schizophrenia, obesity and addiction

SCI-PAIN:

Neuromodulation of the pain inhibitory pathways: an fMRI and psychophysical study of the mechanism of central pain after spinal cord injury

In collaboration with Prof. Ruti Defrin (PI)  and Prof. Gabi Zeilig (PI).

IRAP: 

The connection between longevity and dementia: Alzheimer's prevention Israeli population registry.

In collaboration with Prof. Michal Schnaider–Beeri (PI) and Dr. Ramit Ravona-Springer (PI).

DIABETES:

Markers of inflammation, long-term characteristics of diabetes and the rate of cognitive decline.

In collaboration with Prof. Michal Schnaider –Beeri (PI), Dr. Ramit Ravona-Springer (PI) and Maccabi Health Services.

VRAP:

Cognitive-motor rehabilitation program using virtual reality for middle-aged individuals at high dementia risk.

In collaboration with Prof. Michal Schnaider –Beeri (PI), Prof. Meir Plotnick and Prof. Gabi Zeilig.

 HBOT:

The efficacy of hyperbaric oxygen therapy in improving cognition in cognitively impaired elderly with type 2 diabetes. 

In collaboration with Prof. Michal Schnaider–Beeri (PI), Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, NY, the University of Wisconsin, Madison WI, the Sagol Center for Hyperbaric Medicine and Research at Shamir Medical Center.

 DEPRESSION:

Connectivity as a tool for classification and prediction of treatment outcome in patients with major depression disease.

In collaboration with Dr. Revital Amiaz.

HAPPCAP

In collaboration with Prof. Michal Schnaider–Beeri (PI) and Dr. Ithamar Ganmore.

CVA:

Correlation between brain structure and activity and spontaneous recovery of motor function following brain ischemic stroke.

In collaboration with Dr. Firas Mawase, Israel Institue of Technology (PI), Prof. Meir Plotnick and Prof. Gabi Zeilig.

Previous Collaborations

NICEGUY:

The effects of synthetic cannabinoids on brain structure and brain function

In collaboration with Prof. Aviv Weinstein (PI).

THERMO:

Resting-state fMRI connectivity as a tool for identifying heat intolerance and as a decision making tool for back to duty following exertional heat stroke

In collaboration with Prof. Yoram Epstein (PI), Dr. Ofir Frankel and Prof. Yuval Heled.