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Matthew Boyko

Affiliation: Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (BGU), Israel

Academic position: Senior lecturer.

Education: Ph.D. degree and post-doctorate studies at BGU, Israel.

Publications: Over than 50 scientific publications mostly as the first author, the majority in the fields of neuroprotection and behavioral implications of stroke, TBI and SAH; Physiology and regulation of blood glutamate and neuroprotection by glutamate scavenging; Development of animal models of stroke, TBI, SAH and markers of brain injury; Anesthesiology and Critical care (see PubMed for details). 

Present activity:  Investigation of the effects of brain injury on the development of mental disorders (anxiety, PSD, PTSD), social behavior and cognition.

Collaborations: Yale University School of Medicine, New Haven, USA.; University of Washington, Seattle, USA.; Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Israel; Weitzman Institute of Science, Rechovot, Israel; Anxiety and Stress Research Unit, BGU, Israel; Nazarbaev University, Kazakhstan; Dnipropetrovsk National University, Ukraine.

Mentorship: Mentor for more than 50 Ph.D., M.D, M.Sc. students and M.D. research fellows

Activity besides the university: Editor for six and reviewer for thirteen scientific journals.


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