Lev Tankelevitch

Hello, my name is Lev Tankelevitch. I’ve just finished my PhD in neuroscience at the University of Oxford, which focused on the interaction between reinforcement learning and attention. I used a combination of behavioural experiments, brain imaging, and modelling. Throughout my PhD, I explored ways to engage non-scientists via public events, film, and interactive visualisations. I've also worked on policy research projects about sleep health and the application of AI in healthcare. I am now interested in applying my experience to work at the intersection of behavioural science, technology, design, and social innovation. Use the list below to explore my past projects. Email me at lev.tankelevitch@gmail.com, or find me on Twitter or LinkedIn.

Policy research

Sleep and Health

Public policy research briefings

Parliamentary Office of Science and Technology, 2018

Advancing AI in the NHS

Policy report

Polygeia, 2018

Science communication

Just a Touch

Short film

2017, Best National/International Film at BSFF 2017

Defending science by opening up: Lessons from Understanding Animal Research

Article

Naturejobs, 2017

Oxfordshire Science Festival

Interactive event

Oxford Town Hall, 2016

Brain Power!

Interactive event

Natural History Museum, Museum of the History of Science, 2016

Anatomy of an Experiment

Photography

Phenotype Magazine, 2016

You're a designer — act like one

Article

Naturejobs, 2016

The 'black box' effect in science communication

Article

Naturejobs, 2016, Journalism Competition Winner

Jogging down memory lane: how your brain remembers special places

Blog

Neurosphere, 2016

What does MEG measure?

Blog

Scitable, 2015