Educational History 

Postgraduate Education
Johns Hopkins University
October 1999 - October 2005
Post-doctoral research in the psychophysics and control-theoretic aspects of motor learning.  Advised by Dr. Reza Shadmehr of the Department of Biomedical Engineering

Hebrew University of Jerusalem October 1992 - October 1999
Doctoral program in Computational Neursocience.  My doctoral research was conducted in the laboratory of Eilon Vaadia in the Department of Physiology on the subject of cortical control of bimanual coordination. 

Hebrew University of Jerusalem October 1989 - July 1990
Graduate studies in Mathematics
Undergraduate Education
Massachusetts Institute of Technology September 1985 - June 1988
Awarded Bachlor of Science in Mathematics, June, 1988.
Deep Springs College June 1983 - June 1985
Deep Springs is an unusual alternative educational opportunity with a student body of 24. It provides an educational approach combining manual labor with academics and the acceptance of a community with the acceptance of responsibility for that community.
University of Illinois June 1982 - June 1983
Concurrent with completion of High School

High School Education
University Laboratory High School - Urbana, Illinois August 1979 - June 1983
Academic Honors and Scholarships
National Merit Scholarship, 1983-7
Deep Springs Scholarship, 1983-5
American Friends of Hebrew University, 1989-90
Clore Fellow, 1994-1997
Johns Hopkins Department of Biomedical Engineering Distinguished Postdoc, 1999-2001
National Research Sevice Award, NIH, 2001-2002

Last Updated: May 30, 2005
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