The following labs use Optical imaging techniques to study neuroscience.
Gitler Daniel Studies the mechanisms that control synaptic vesicle dynamics within the presynaptic terminal, and how these affect synaptic function.
Fleidervish Ilya Studies how molecular elements, such as voltage-gated channels, are distributed and regulated in their native environment.
Friedman Alon Studies the pathophysiology of several brain disorders and the effects of stress on the nervous system. Human and animal studies focus on dysfunction of the blood-brain barrier in epilepsy and neurodegenerative diseases, developing new imaging methods and novel therapies for the prevention and treatment of injury-related epilepsy and neurodegeneration.
Israelson Adrian Studies the cellular and molecular mechanisms that lead to the onset and progression of neurodegenerative diseases with special emphasis on amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS). Combines biochemistry, molecular biology and use both cellular and in vivo models to investigate the molecular mechanisms involved in ALS pathogenesis. These devastating diseases represent a major challenge to public health worldwide, especially as our population continue to age.
Monsonego Alon Investigates interactions between the central nervous system and the immune system with a particular emphasis on vaccine and cell-based therapies during advanced stages of development.