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Eyal- Israeli Epilepsy Association

EYAL is a non-profit organization founded in 1985 by a group of parents with the support of doctors, educators and other professionals for the purpose of improving services for the welfare of adults and children with epilepsy.
EYAL's board (volounteer) consists of people directly or indirectly affected by epilepsy who wish to help children and adults with epilepsy to overcome the obstacles and participate successfully in all walks of life.

Goals and services by Eyal


The MEG clinic is located at the Leslie and Susan Gonda (Goldschmied) Multidisciplinary Brain Research Center at Bar-Ilan University .
The center, which was established in 2002, brings together, under one roof, researchers in a variety of fields all essential for understanding the brain.
Research at the Gonda Center focuses on the study of the brain at all levels - from adult and child behavior through detailed brain mechanisms of cognitive processes, to the analysis of the function of vital molecules within nerve cells. Research approaches covers all techniques from personal interviews, through electro physiology and molecular biology to abstract mathematical modeling.
The head of the center is Prof. Moshe Ables, winner of the 2004 Emmet Prize.



Lavi Industrial and Medical Agencies – Lavi is set out to bring the market the most advanced technological agencies in the medical, industrial and scientific fields.
Lavi purchased and constructed the the MEG system for Bar Ilan.
The company's activity started in 1982- then focusing on the use of radioactivity in the benefit of mankind.
Over the years the company has expanded its areas of activities. Today the it consists of 4 divisions of action:
• Life Sciences
• Radiation and Therapy
• Medical Equipment
• Medical Clinics and Services
Each division guided by skilled professional personnel who set the task to cope with the technological, medical and commercial challenges.