Noa Eren

Noa Eren
Weizmann Institute of Science | weizmann · Department of Neurobiology

Doctor of Philosophy
Postdoctoral fellow @ Alon Chen's lab, Neurobiology Dept., Weizmann Institute of Science.

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Education
May 2016 - December 2020
Weizmann Institute of Science
Field of study
  • Neurobiology
October 2012 - December 2015
Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Field of study
  • Animal & Veterinary Sciences
October 2009 - June 2012
Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Field of study
  • Animal Sciences

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Publications (6)
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Background: Compartment boundaries are an essential developmental mechanism throughout evolution, designated to act as organizing centers and to regulate and localize differently fated cells. The hindbrain serves as a fascinating example for this phenomenon as its early development is devoted to the formation of repetitive rhombomeres and their we...
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In socially-living species, sleep patterns are often subject to group influences, as individuals adjust to the presence, daily rhythms, and social pressures of cohabitation. However, sleep studies in mice are typically conducted in single-housed individuals. Here, we investigated sleep in a semi-naturalistic environment with freely-moving, group-ho...
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Complex behavioral phenotyping techniques are becoming more prevalent in the field of behavioral neuroscience, and thus methods for manipulating neuronal activity must be adapted to fit into such paradigms. Here, we present a head-mounted, magnetically activated device for wireless optogenetic manipulation that is compact, simple to construct, and...
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The COVID-19 pandemic poses multiple psychologically stressful challenges and is associated with an increased risk for mental illness. Previous studies have focused on the psychopathological symptoms associated with the outbreak peak. Here, we examined the behavioural and mental-health impact of the pandemic in Israel using an online survey, during...
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Background The coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic poses multiple psychologically-stressful challenges and is associated with increased risk for mental illness. Previous studies have mostly focused on the psychopathological symptoms associated with the outbreak peak. Methods We examined the behavioural and mental health impact of the pand...

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