About me

I’m a physician, educator, and researcher.


I graduated in Medicine from Ben-Gurion University, Israel; completed my Master of Health Administration cum laude from Bar-Ilan University, Israel; and am currently during my Ph.D. in quantitative epidemiology from Tel-Aviv University, Israel.

Research experience

I have published over 40 scientific articles, received grants totaling 400K NIS + 40K USD, served as a reviewer for eight journals, mentored MD students, and wrote a book chapter.

Professional experience

I started volunteering as a first responder in Magen David Adom, Israel. During my studies, I worked as a physician assistant in internal medicine. Later, I served as the director of physician assistants in Soroka Medical Center, Israel, where I did my internship. Currently, I’m an internal medicine resident at Sheba Tel-Hashomer Medical Center, Israel

Teaching experience

For over eight years, I taught physics at Ben-Gurion University, Israel to biology, pharmacy, nursing, and medical students. Later, I taught leadership and tactical medicine to paramedics and physicians. Currently, I teach medical students internal medicine and R for biomedical research.


I won twice the Best Speaker award at the Israeli National Debating Championship (2013, 2014); an Intern’s Award of Excellence from Soroka Medical Center, Israel; an Award of Excellence from the Technological and Logistics Directorate, Israel Defense Forces (2017). In 2019, an assay I first authored won a creative writing contest by the Technological and Logistics Directorate, Israel Defense Forces. In 2020, my team won a Medical Data Science Hackathon of the Israel Defense Forces Medical Corps.

Research interests

My main research interest is cardiology. However, I love to clean and wrangle data of all sorts.


I’m married to Miriam and a father to Barack and Guy.