||October 1999 - October
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
|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, 1983-7Home
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