Genady Dobin

Genady Dobin, MD
Exercise Physiology, Human Performance, Sports Medicine, Cardiac Rehabilitation.
Genady is an Associate Clinician in the Clinical Neuroscience Lab. He also holds positions of Head Physician in the “Life-test” Sports Medicine Center and physician in the Sports Medicine and Cardiac Rehabilitation Center, Ziman College of Physical Education & Sport Sciences at the Wingate Institute. He is interested in exercise physiology, human performance, sports medicine and cardiac rehabilitation. Genady received his MD at the State Institute of Medicine, Minsk, Belarus and graduated as sports medicine physician from the Sackler Faculty of Medicine, Tel Aviv University. The main topics of his postgraduate research studies include neurophysiology, electrophysiology and CNS histology.

Publications
Dobin, G. (1992) Survival of functional organization in visual cortex cells of cats following the transplantation of fetal rat cortical xenografts. Tel-Aviv University, Faculty of Medicine; Library of life Sciences Faculty of Medicine, Tel-Aviv University.
Yinon, U., Dobin, G. and Volkon I. (1992) Receptive fields in association and primary visual areas of monocular deprived and normal cats. 22nd Ann. Meeting Soc. Nerosci. Soc. Neurosci. Abst. 18.
Yinon, U., Volkon, I. and Dobin, G. (1992) Receptive field properties of cells in association and primary visual areas of cats. 1st Ann. Meeting Israel Soc. Neurosc., p. 35.
Yinon, U., Shemesh, R., Gelerstein, S., Arda, H. and Dobin, G. (1992) Deafferentation of the visual cortex in neonatal cats: Physiological evidence for recovery of cortical cells. 13th Ann. Meeting Israel Soc. For Eye & Vision Res., p.35. Yinon, U., Shemesh, R., Arda, H., Dobin, G. and Jaros, P.P. (1993). Physiological studies in deafferented visual cortex cells of cats following transplantation of fetal xenografts from the rat’s cortex. Exp. Neurol. 122:335-341.
Yinon, U., Shemesh, R., Gelerstein, S., Arda, H. and Dobin, G. (1993). Physiological evidence for regeneration in visual cortex cells of developing cats. Europ. Jour. Neurosci. Suppl., 6:291.
Spivak, I., Dobin, G., Yinon, U. and Yanko, L. (2000) The effect on physiological properties of single cells of a metal conductor acutely and chronically implanted in the visual cortex of cats. Europ. Jour. Neurosci. Suppl., 12: 195.

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