Institution: Jacobs University, Bremen, Germany
Laboratory/Department : Psychology and Methods
Position: PhD Candidate

Institution: SRH Fernhochschule Riedlingen, Riedlingen, Germany
Position: Neuroscience researcher

Research Interest: What drives my curiosity and motivation is to address particular research questions are mirrored in several neurobiological/psychological processes, and refining potential develop mental and economic theories underlying specific human behaviors.

Methodologies: Integrative experimental and computational approaches.

3 significant publications:

  • Khalil R, Moustafa AA, Moftah MZ and Karim AA (2017) How Knowledge of Ancient Egyptian Women Can Influence Today’s Gender Role: Does History Matter in Gender Psychology? Front. Psychol. 7:2053. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2016.02053.
  • Khalil, R., & Fendt, M. (2017). Increased anxiety but normal fear and safety learning in orexin-deficient mice. Behavioural Brain Research, 320, 210-218.
  • Khalil, R., Elfetoh, N. A., Moftah, M. Z., & Khedr, E. M. (2015). Acquired equivalence associative learning in GTC epileptic patients: experimental and computational study. Frontiers in cellular neuroscience, 9.

Participation in the EMN-Online teaching:

S3 – Computational Neuroscience

  • Partners

  • partner_idex
    Excellence Initiative of the University of Bordeaux
  • partner_erasmus
    Erasmus+ Programme
  • partner_mns
    Mediterranean Neuroscience Society
  • partner_ibro
    International Brain Research Organization