Noam Dvir


    Noam is a seasoned clinical neuroscientist with a decade of expertise investigating the biological underpinnings of mental disorders and neurodegenerative diseases. Her research, documented in peer-reviewed scientific papers, has centred on the intricate interplay of neuropeptide Y and angiotensin converting enzyme (ACE), shedding light on their correlation with stress and mental health. 

    Currently pursuing a Master's degree in psychology, Noam aspires to leverage her extensive background in both biology and psychology to offer professional support with mental health. Passionate about neurodiversity, she strives to bridge the gap between physiological responses and mental health, translating complex findings into accessible information for a broader audience.