קורות חיים - Curriculum vitae

Niv Reggev

1568 William James Hall, Department of Psychology, Harvard University

33 Kirkland St., Cambridge, MA, 02139, USA

nivreggev@fas.harvard.edu

 

PROFESSIONAL POSITIONS

Post-doctoral Fellow                        Harvard University, Department of Psychology, 2016-Present

                                                Advisor: Jason Mitchell (Social Cognitive Affective Neuroscience Lab)

 

EDUCATION

2010 - 2016        PhD, Department of Cognitive Sciences, Hebrew University of Jerusalem (HUJI).

                           Advisor: Anat Maril (Neurocognition Lab)

2008 - 2010      M.A., Magna cum Laude, Department of Cognitive Science, HUJI.

2004 - 2008       B.A., Summa cum Laude, Department of Cognitive Science and Department of Media & Journalism, HUJI.

 

AWARDS, FELLOWSHIPS AND HONORS

 

2016 - Present   Fellowship, Harvard Mind, Brain and Behavior (MBB) initiative.

2016 - Present   Fellowship, Rothschild (Yad-Hanadiv) Post-doctoral fellow.

2014 - 2016       Fellowship, The President of Israel’s scientific excellence and innovation program.

2013 - 2016       Fellowship, Hoffman leadership and responsibility program, HUJI.

2016                   Travel Award, the Israeli Ministry of Science and Technology.

2016                   Travel Award, the International Neuropsychological Society.

2015                   Travel award, the Jerusalem Brain Community.

2013                   Principal author of research grant proposals (Principal investigator: Dr. Anat Maril): Bi-national Science Foundation (No. 2013-177, awarded), National Institute for Psychobiology in Israel (No. 232-13-14, awarded).

2009 - 2014       Fellowship, Rudin foundation, HUJI.

2012                   Travel award, National Institute for Psychobiology in Israel.

2011                   Outstanding M.A. thesis award, Cognitive Science department, HUJI

2011                   Travel award, National Institute for Psychobiology in Israel.

  1.        Academic achievements award, Cognitive Science department, HUJI.

2007                   Dean's list member, The Faculty of Social Sciences, HUJI.

2006                   Rector's scholarship for academic excellence, The Faculty of Social Sciences, HUJI.

 

PUBLICATIONS

 

Reggev, N., Bein, O., Maril, A. (2016). Distinct neural mechanisms for conceptual novelty and familiarity. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 28, 1455-1470.

 

Bein, O., Gilead, M., Goshen-Gottstein, Y., Reggev, N., Livneh, N., Maril, A. (2015). Delineating the effect of semantic congruency on episodic memory: the role of integration and relatedness. PLoS ONE 10(2): e0115624.

           

Bein, O., Reggev, N., Maril A. (2014). Prior knowledge influences on hippocampus and medial prefrontal cortex interactions in subsequent memory. Neuropsychologia, 64, 320-330.

 

Reggev, N., Maril, A. and Hassin, R. R. (2012). When two sources of fluency meet one cognitive mindset. Cognition, 124 (2), 256-260.

 

Zuckerman, M., Levy, D. A., Tibon, R., Reggev, N., Maril, A. (2012) A. Rings a bell? An fMRI study of different retrieval states elicited by semantic musical stimuli. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 24 (11), 2155-2170.

 

Maril, A., Avital, R., Reggev, N., Zuckerman, M., Sadeh, T., Ben-Sira, L., Livneh, N. (2011). Event congruency and episodic encoding: a developmental fMRI study. Neuropsychologia, 49(11), 3036-3045.

 

Reggev, N., Zuckerman, M. and Maril, A. (2011). Are all judgments created equal? An fMRI study of semantic and episodic metamnemonic predictions. Neuropsychologia, 49(5), 1332-1342.

 

Sadeh, T., Shohamy, D., Levy, D., Reggev, N. and Maril, A. (2011). Cooperation between the Hippocampus and the Striatum supports Episodic memory in Humans. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 23 (7), 1597-1608.

 

Maril A., Davis PE, Koo JJ, Reggev N., Ehrenfeld L., Mulkern RV, Waber DP and Rivkin MJ. (2010). Developmental fMRI Study of episodic verbal memory encoding in children. Neurology, 75 (23), 2110-2116.

 

Submitted/In Preparation

 

Reggev, N., Sharoni, R., Maril, A. The role of experimental proportions in the novelty mnemonic effect: the prior knowledge perspective. Under Review.

 

Bein, O., Reggev, N., Maril, A. Associative learning, associative memory, and the role of prior knowledge. In Preparation.

Reggev, N., Tompary, A., Yacoby, A., Bein, O., Davachi, L., Maril, A. Baseline connectivity between the hippocampus and medial prefrontal cortex is associated with processing and encoding schema-consistent events. In Preparation.

 

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

 

Maril, Anat, Reggev, Niv (2016). Successful encoding of conceptual novelty is sensitive to (experimental) proportions. Poster presented at the Psychonomic Society Annual meeting.

 

Reggev, Niv, Tompary, Alexa, Yacoby, Amnon, Bein, Oded, Davachi, Lila, Maril, Anat (2016). Baseline connectivity between the hippocampus and medial prefrontal cortex is associated with processing and encoding previous-knowledge-consistent events. Paper presented at the International Conference on Memory (ICOM).

 

Reggev, Niv, Tompary, Alexa, Yacoby, Amnon, Bein, Oded, Davachi, Lila, Maril, Anat (2016). Schema-consistency modulates post-encoding neural connectivity in the hippocampus and cortical regions. Poster presented at the Cognitive Neuroscience Society annual meeting and the 3rd Jerusalem Brain Community annual meeting.

 

Bein, Oded, Reggev, Niv, Maril, Anat (2016). Associative learning, associative memory, and the role of prior knowledge. Poster presented at the 2016 Cognitive Neuroscience Society annual meeting.

 

Reggev, Niv, Tompary, Alexa, Yacoby, Amnon, Bein, Oded, Davachi, Lila, Maril, Anat (2016). Distinct post-encoding neural patterns in the hippocampus and cortical regions for schema-consistent and inconsistent information. Paper presented at the Israeli Cognitive Psychology Society Annual meeting.

 

Reggev, Niv, Tompary, Alexa, Yacoby, Amnon, Bein, Oded, Davachi, Lila, Maril, Anat (2015). Schema-consistency modulates post-encoding neural connectivity in the hippocampus and cortical regions. Paper presented at the Israeli Society for Neuroscience annual meeting.

 

Reggev, Niv, Maril, Anat (2015). Successful encoding of semantic novelty is sensitive to (experimental) frequency. Poster presented at the Israeli Cognitive Psychology Society meeting.

 

Reggev, Niv, Bein, Oded, Maril, Anat (2014). When the banana is purple: Semantic novelty, subsequent memory and the default network. Paper presented at the Hebrew University Psychology Department Annual meeting.

 

Reggev, Niv, Maril, Anat (2014). When the banana is purple: Semantic novelty, subsequent memory and the default network. Paper presented at the Israeli Cognitive Psychology Society Annual meeting.

 

Reggev, Niv, Maril, Anat (2013). The case of the purple banana: Semantic novelty and repetition enhancement in the default network. Paper presented at the Israeli Society for Neuroscience annual meeting.

 

Niv Reggev, Anat Maril (2012). Semantic influence on episodic encoding: evidence from fMRI repetition suppression. Poster presented at the Society for Neuroscience annual meeting.

 

Yaakov Hoffman, Oded Bein, Niv Reggev, Anat Maril (2012). Differential fMRI subsequent memory for context unattended to at both study and test vs. attended items. Poster presented at the Cognitive Neuroscience Society annual meeting.

 

Niv Reggev, Talya Sadeh, Maya Zuckerman, Rinat Avital, Anat Maril (2011). Memory encoding and the Hippocampus-vmPFC link: a subsequent memory study. Poster presented at the Society for Neuroscience annual meeting.

 

Niv Reggev, Maya Zuckerman, Anat Maril (2010). Are all judgments created equal? An fMRI study of semantic and episodic metamnemonic predictions. Paper presented at the Israeli Society for Neuroscience annual meeting.

 

Anat Maril, Niv Reggev, Liat Ben Sira, Neta Livneh (2010). Verbal subsequent memory effect: A developmental fMRI study. Poster presented at the 16th annual meeting of the Organization for Human Brain Mapping.

 

Anat Maril, Rinat Avital, Niv Reggev, Liat Ben Sira, Neta Livneh (2010). Event congruency and episodic encoding: A developmental fMRI study. Poster presented at the Cognitive Neuroscience Society annual meeting.

Maya Zuckerman, Daniel A. Levy, Roni Tibon, Niv Reggev, Anat Maril (2010). Electrophysiological correlates of metamemory judgments: Comparing retrieval of semantic knowledge using musical and verbal cues. Poster presented at the Cognitive Neuroscience Society annual meeting.

 

Niv Reggev, Maya Zuckerman, Anat Maril (2010). Metamemory judgments of episodic and semantic memory: An fMRI study. Poster presented at the Cognitive Neuroscience Society annual meeting.

 

Talya  Sadeh,  Dana  Levy,  Niv  Reggev,  Maya  Zuckerman and Anat  Maril  (2008). Mnemonic operations of the rostral prefrontal cortex: A subsequent-memory and reinstatement study. Poster presented at the 4th Israel Human Brain Mapping Meeting.

 

TEACHING

Cognitive Science Department, Hebrew University of Jerusalem

2015 - 2016      Teaching assistant, "Introduction to Cognitive Neuroscience".

2013 - 2015      Lecturer, "Research Methods".

2010 - 2013      Teaching assistant, "Research Methods".

2008 - 2009      Teaching assistant, "Functional Neuroanatomy".

 

PROFFESIONAL EXPERIENCE

2008 - 2014       Lab manager, Dr. Anat Maril's lab, Department of Psychology, HUJI.

2013 - 2014       Leader of a graduate students’ fMRI discussion group, HUJI.

2013 - 2015       Reviewer for Association for Psychological Science (APS) student competitions.

2006 - 2008       Research assistant, Dr. Anat Maril's lab, Department of Psychology, HUJI.

 

COMMUNITY SERVICE

2012 - 2016      Co-founder and an active volunteer in the Tel Aviv branch of Mechane Meshutaf (“Common Ground”) program, promoting awareness to gender-related stereotypes and behaviors in high-schools.

2010 - 2011        National manager of project UNICO, promoting gender discourse in the academia.

2009 - 2010        An instructor at "Bat Kol" program, aimed at encouraging creative and critical thinking at high school students.

2008 - 2012        Hebrew University "Student Ambassador" program.

 

MILITARY SERVICE

2000 - 2003     Various roles in the Israeli Defense Force Intelligence core. Honorable discharge received August 2003, Rank: First Sergeant. Role's requirements included managing human and technological resources, analyzing vast amounts of details in real time and working with a multitude of contact persons.

 

MEMBERSHIPS

Association for Psychological Science (APS)

Cognitive Neuroscience Society (CNS)

Israeli Society for Neuroscience (ISFN)

Israeli Society for Cognitive Psychology (ISCOP)

Psychonomic Society

Society for Neuroscience (SFN)

Society for Affective Neuroscience (SANS)