פרופ' נטע לוין

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תחום מחקר: מדעי המוח
 
Synopsis
Dr. Netta Levin is a senior physician in the Department of Neurology and leads the clinical service and the research lab in the fMRI unit at the Hadassah Ein Kerem university hospital. Dr. Levin graduated from the Hebrew University Medical School and specializes in Neurology. In addition, Dr. Levin holds a PhD from the Department of Neurobiology at Hebrew University (2003-2007). Her doctorate was in brain reorganization following peripheral damages to the visual system. After completing this, Dr. Levin did her post-doctorate at the Department of Psychology, Stanford University, USA (2007-2009), where she specialized in novel functional imaging methods.

Dr. Levin is a member of the Israel Neurological Association, the American Academy of Neurology, and the Society for Neuroscience. Dr. Levin published many articles and won awards and grants. She was formally recognized for excellence in research at Hadassah in 2012.

Her clinical and research interests include evaluating functional imaging of the brain (fMRI) and neurological pathways (DTI) as part of pre-operational evaluations, in cases of damage to the visual system,in unconscious patients and as part of diagnosis and rehabilitative evaluation.

מלגות ופרסים

  • H2020 Consortium Next Gen Vis: Training the Next Generation of European Visual Neuroscientists for the benefit of innovation in health care and high-tech industry

    2015-2019

     

  • NMSS Research Grant Award (PI N. Levin) Title: Temporal reorganization to overcome monocular demyelination – unique plasticity mechanism in MS

    2014-2017

     

  • NNE scholarship grant (Yael Backner). Title: Developing in-vivo methods to track tissue degeneration and repair in MS patients

    2013

  • Israeli-American Kavli Frontiers of Science Symposium Attendee

    2013

  • Faculty prize for research work Excellency

    2012

  • The annual Hadassah Medical organization price for best researcher

    2012

     

  • Excellent Neurological original publication prize at the annual meeting of the Israel neurological association

    2011

     

     

  • The Canadian Hematology Society, 2001 Wyeth –Ayerst Travel Award for travel to ASH 2001 for presentation of an abstract entitled: “ncidence of congenital prothrombotic disorders in children with venous thromboembolic disease: A prospective cohort studyThe

    2002-2004

     

     

  • Faculty prize for Excellency in clinical practice

    2001

     

     

  • Dean’s Scholarship for Excellency and Achievement in Medical studies

    1994