Prof. Avi Peled

Technion Israel Institute of Technology

Relevant Psychiatric Research

Chair of adult psychiatric department at Shaar-Menashe mental health center. Senior Lecturer at the Bruce and Ruth Rappaport Faculty of Medicine, Technion - Israel Institute of Technology
Medical school Universality of Rome ‘La Sapienza’ Residency Rambam Medical Center affiliated with the Technion - Israel Institute of Technology. Post doctorate psychiatric department of UCDMC (University of California Davis Medical Center).
Research interests: applications of systems theories e.g., computational neuroscience and nonlinear dynamics, to the reformulation of mental disorders as disturbances to the dynamic optimal brain organization.
Author of NeuroAnalysis a novel approach to psychiatric diagnosis Author of the book NeuroAnalysis and related publications http://neuroanalysis.org.il/

A Long Shadow over the Soul: Molecular and Quantum Approaches to Psychopathology An Interdisciplinary Dialog with Psychiatrists FANO - March 2012

Clinical Brain Profiling; A future Diagnostic System for Psychiatry

Even though everyone talks about the importance of neuroscience to psychiatry, in reality the common psychiatric clinical work is unrelated to neuroscience. The diagnostic taxonomy used by psychiatrists (the DSM) is not related to the brain, and none of the advanced insights gained from neuroscience has reached all the way to everyday clinical work of the psychiatrist.
Clinical Brain Profiling (CBP) is a novel and unique approach for conceptualizing mental disorders designed to overcome this problem. Using integrated knowledge from complex-system-theories, neural-computation, neuroscience, psychology, neurology and psychiatry, it is possible to generate a testable-prediction conceptual framework that re-conceptualizes mental disorders as brain disorders.
In my talk I will explained the theoretical background for a novel diagnostic approach to mental disorders, and will show how it is relevant to the clinician at the forefront of the clinical setting, http://neuroanalysis.org.il/