Eran Amichai

Post-doctoral Researcher

How an animal interacts with its biotic and a-biotic environment, and how individuals and species interact with each other, are among the most important forces shaping the evolution of ecosystems. For that reason, animal behavior is one of the most central themes for the study of organismal biology. My research is focused on animal behavior through the lens of sensory biology as a way to understand how the animal perceives the world in order to interpret its responses correctly. Bats are the perfect study system for such questions, as they use active sensing - echolocation - which can be measured and analyzed to open a window into the bats' inner world.


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  • BSc: Tel Aviv University
  • MSc: Tel Aviv University
  • PhD: Tel Aviv University

Selected Publications