I am a Ph.D. student in the lab. I hold a B.A (magna cum laude) in philosophy, political science and economics (PPE program) from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Following graduation I worked in strategic consulting for three years, whilst pursuing an MBA in Coller School of Management. In 2015 I started my Ph.D. (direct track) in Levy’s lab. My research focuses on economic inconsistency, as measured by the satisfaction of the General Axiom of Revealed Preference (GARP). I aim to investigate methodological aspects of GARP violations enquiry, as well as trace its neural footprints. To do so, I run both behavioral and fMRI experiments. I truly believe in the interdisciplinary approach the lab promotes, and think the scientific community has only just begun to expose the complex neural and computational processes underlying economic behavior. In my free time, I enjoy painting, TRX workouts and hiking.