The Movement and Brain Interaction Research Laboratory was founded in 2015 by Dr. Alon Kalron, our interdisciplinary team focuses on neurorehabilitation especially in people with multiple sclerosis.
Meet The Team
Sapir Dreyer Alster
MD student (final year)
and data scientist
Research assistant in charge of administration
Investigating physical activity and sleep behavior in people with MS
Exploring the relationship between physical activity and depressive symptoms in women with fibromyalgia
Exploring neural correlates of stroboscopic training in young healthy adults: a MRI study
Investigating the cytokine response following eccentric training in people with multiple sclerosis
Reproducibility and validity of the Blazepod system as a measurement tool for dynamic balance in elders
Manual dexterity and motor imagery in people with multiple sclerosis: A functional near-infrared spectroscopy study
Psychometric properties of patient reported questionnaires assessing dual-task difficulties in daily life in persons with MS
Comparing formats of physical therapy triage: telehealth vs. face-to-face
Neurocorrelates of weight shifting and motor imagery in stroke survivors
Mika Ben David Bauch
Effects of motor imagery practice on balance and sensorimotor properties of the affected lower limb in individuals post CVA
Behavioral functioning during multitasking in normal hearing:
Walking while perceiving speech in noisy background
Click to see published work
Effectiveness of surgery on mobility characteristics in patients with intermittent claudication caused by lumbar spinal stenosis.
Mobility characteristics in patients with intermittent claudication caused by lumbar spinal stenosis.