Noam Glukhovsky

Noam earned his B.Sc. in Cell and Developmental Biology at the University of Califronia at Santa Barbara (UCSB). During his undergraduate studies Noam also worked as an undergratuate researcher at UCSB’s Department of Biopsychology focusing on research concerning the effects of Cocaine on the Ventral Prefrontal Cortex in rats. Noam is currently completing his MSc thesis at the Horowitz-Kraus Lab, focusing on the structrual white matter tract changes and differences between children with dylexia and typical readers.