top of page




This is a Neuroscience Online Project supported by FENS: History of Neuroscience 


The FENS History Committee was established in 2010 to promote activities linked to the history of European neuroscience. Its initiatives, aiming to preserve materials related to the history of neuroscience and make them available to the public, include: 

European Brain Museum (EBM) Project

European History of Neuroscience Seminars

European History of Neuroscience Online Projects

The History Corner

Online Library


My name is Roni, and I am a postdoctoral fellow working at the MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit, University of Cambridge. In my studies, I am especially interested in how our brains remember relationships formed between two or more items that were experienced together. I want to understand the processes that help us remembering this kind of information for a long duration. 

Want to know more about me? Read my Frontiers for Young Minds article and check out my Royal Society profile to learn about the memory strategies that I'm exploring, or view my ResearchGate profile to see what I'm working on now. If you want to share your thoughts with me, send me an e-mail to

bottom of page