Amir Amedi, PhD
Amir is an internationally acclaimed brain scientist with 15 years of experience in the field of brain plasticity and multisensory integration. He has a particular interest in visual rehabilitation.
Amir is an Associate Professor at the Department of Medical Neurobiology at the Hebrew University and the ELSC brain center. He is also an Adjoint research Professor in the Sorbonne Universités UPMC Univ Paris 06, Institut de la Vision. He holds a PhD in Computational Neuroscience (ICNC, Hebrew University) and Postdoctoral and Instructor of Neurology (Harvard Medical School).
Amir won several international awards and fellowships such as The Krill Prize for Excellence in Scientific Research, the Wolf Foundation (2011); The international Human Frontiers Science Program Organization Post docatoral fellowship and later a Career Development award (2004, 2009), the JSMF Scholar Award in Understanding Human Cognition (2011), and was recently selected as a European Research Council (ERC) fellow (2013).