The Brain and Action Lab is always looking for highly motivated students. The current focus of the lab evolves around the following themes: (i) Critical periods for motor recovery following stroke (ii) The interaction between learning mechanisms during skill learning and adaptation (iii) The neural basis of motor planning and execution. Research will involve behavioral experiments (such as video games), computational modeling, functional and structural imaging using MRI and clinical experiments in Aleh-Negev.  

For more information, please contact Dr. Lior Shmuelof –