Aviv Mizrahi Kliger, MD, PhD

Title(s)Postdoctoral Scholar, Neurology
SchoolSchool of Medicine
Address35 Medical Center Way, #1038
San Francisco CA 94143
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    Hebrew University of Jerusalem, IsraelBSc07/2014Medical Sciences
    Hebrew University of Jerusalem, IsraelMD11/2021
    Hebrew University of Jerusalem , IsraelPhD08/2021Neuroscience
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    Hebrew University of Jerusalem2022  - 2022Aharon Katzir Prize for Exceptional PhD Dissertation
    Hebrew University of Jerusalem2020  - 2020Omer Dauber Prize in Neuroscience
    Hebrew University of Jerusalem 2019  - 2019Nitza Ilan Prize for Excellence in Electrophysiology

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    1. Entrainment to sleep spindles reflects dissociable patterns of connectivity between cortex and basal ganglia. Cell Reports. 2022; 40(12). Mizrahi-Kliger, A.D., Kaplan, A., Israel, Z., Bergman, H. View Publication.
    2. Non-uniform distribution of dendritic nonlinearities differentially engages thalamostriatal and corticostriatal inputs onto cholinergic interneurons. Elife. 2022 07 11; 11. Oz O, Matityahu L, Mizrahi-Kliger A, Kaplan A, Berkowitz N, Tiroshi L, Bergman H, Goldberg JA. PMID: 35815934; PMCID: PMC9302969.
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    3. Spontaneous pauses in firing of external pallidum neurons are associated with exploratory behavior. Commun Biol. 2022 06 21; 5(1):612. Kaplan A, Mizrahi-Kliger AD, Rappel P, Iskhakova L, Fonar G, Israel Z, Bergman H. PMID: 35729350; PMCID: PMC9213498.
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    4. Etiologies of insomnia in Parkinson's disease - Lessons from human studies and animal models. Exp Neurol. 2022 04; 350:113976. Mizrahi-Kliger AD, Feldmann LK, Kühn AA, Bergman H. PMID: 35026228.
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    5. Basal ganglia beta oscillations during sleep underlie Parkinsonian insomnia. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2020 07 21; 117(29):17359-17368. Mizrahi-Kliger AD, Kaplan A, Israel Z, Deffains M, Bergman H. PMID: 32636265; PMCID: PMC7382242.
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    6. Dissociable roles of ventral pallidum neurons in the basal ganglia reinforcement learning network. Nat Neurosci. 2020 04; 23(4):556-564. Kaplan A, Mizrahi-Kliger AD, Israel Z, Adler A, Bergman H. PMID: 32231338.
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    7. Desynchronization of slow oscillations in the basal ganglia during natural sleep. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2018 05 01; 115(18):E4274-E4283. Mizrahi-Kliger AD, Kaplan A, Israel Z, Bergman H. PMID: 29666271; PMCID: PMC5939089.
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    8. Pallidal spiking activity reflects learning dynamics and predicts performance. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2016 10 11; 113(41):E6281-E6289. Schechtman E, Noblejas MI, Mizrahi AD, Dauber O, Bergman H. PMID: 27671661; PMCID: PMC5068334.
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    9. Coinciding decreases in discharge rate suggest that spontaneous pauses in firing of external pallidum neurons are network driven. J Neurosci. 2015 Apr 29; 35(17):6744-51. Schechtman E, Adler A, Deffains M, Gabbay H, Katabi S, Mizrahi A, Bergman H. PMID: 25926452; PMCID: PMC4412894.
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