At the Edmond J. Safra research center we study questions of universal practical importance. Our scientists strive to capture and assess the basic mechanisms of human learning in behavior and health, using novel technologies including brain imaging, brain stimulation and augmented reality.
A key field of expertise is learning disabilities, in which we propose a pioneering approach for diagnosis and treatment, to improve learning and promote the successful acquisition of essential skills. Using an approach of “living labs”, we seek to transform learning processes into a constructive and rewarding experience.
Study conducted in our center is practice-oriented and directly aligned with fieldwork. These endeavors further serve to establish intervention and remedial programs.