Lilach Soreq have a BSc in computer science (with division in mathematics and in cognitive sciences). MSc in bioinformatics and PhD in neurobiology from the faculty of medicine in Hadassah Jerusalem hospital, Israel. He did all his degrees in the Hebrew university of Jerusalem. He was supervised by Dr. Nissim Ben Arie in his MSc (published a paper on Math1 developmental transcription factor in mice) and his PhD under the supervision of Prof. Hagai Bergman (that developed DBS). During his PhD, he studied Parkinson’s disease RNA expression changes in PD patients blood leukocytes in his PhD prior to and following deep brain stimulation (DBS) on and off stimulus. Published 21 papers a book chapter and 2 patents.
He did his post doc in UCL Institute of Neurology (London UK) and Francis Crick Institute studying aging (published in Cell Reports). He had a Marie Curie 2 year fellowship, fellowship from the Hebrew university friends and 3 years Alzheimer’s society fellowship.
He presented posters and oral presentations in several international conferences, he have several national and international scientific collaborations (some yielded published papers). He can analyse complex biological data using Matlab, R, MySQLPython. He read and write papers and review for several journals. He watch online webinars and take professional courses in Coursera (mainly machine learning, data mining).