We are involved in clinical studies led
by key opinion leaders across the globe
Sam Goldstein, PhD is an Adjunct Assistant Professor at the University of Utah School of Medicine. He is the Clinical Director of the Neurology Learning and Behavior Center. The center conducts evaluations, consultation and provides treatment services to 300 individuals and families each year. Dr. Goldstein has authored over 50 trade and science texts as well as over 36 science-based book chapters and 30 peer reviewed research articles. He has also co-authored ten psychological tests.
He currently serves as Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Attention Disorders and sits on the editorial boards of 6 peer reviewed journals. He is co-editor of the Encyclopedia of Child Development. Recent books include the Handbook of Intelligence: Evolutionary Theory, Historical Perspective and Current Concepts, Handbook of Resilience – 2nd Edition, Raising Resilient Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders, Handbooks of Neurodevelopmental and Genetic Disorders in Children and Adults, Assessment of Intelligence and Achievement, Assessment of Autism Spectrum Disorders, Handbook of Executive Functioning, Assessment of Impairment and Managing Children’s Classroom Behavior: Creating Sustainable Resilient Classrooms. He is the co-author of the Autism Spectrum Rating Scales, Comprehensive Executive Functioning Inventory, Rating Scales of Impairment and the Cognitive Assessment System Second Edition.
He has lectured to thousands of professionals and the lay public in the U.S., South America, Asia, Australia and Europe.
César Soutullo, MD, PhD
Prof. César Soutullo is Professor of Psychiatry and Director of ADHD Outpatient Program at The University of Texas Health Science Center in Houston, Texas, USA, McGovern Medical School, at the Louis A. Faillace MD Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences. He moved there in 2019, after working 20 years as Director of the Child & Adolescent Psychiatry (CAP) Unit, and Training Director of the CAP Fellowship program at the University of Navarra Clinic, in Pamplona, Spain.
Prof. Soutullo graduated from the Complutense University of Madrid College of Medicine, Spain. After two years of general training (Intern al Medicine, Surgery & Emergency Medicine) in the U.K., he completed his Residency in Psychiatry, and Fellowships in Biological Psychiatry and Child & Adolescent Psychiatry at the University of Cincinnati, Ohio, USA., where he then was Assistant Professor in Clinical Psychiatry.
He completed his PhD at the University of Navarra (2002), in Psychiatry & Neurosciences and his dissertation on Phenomenology of Children at High Risk for Bipolar Disorder obtained the “Extraordinary Thesis Award”.
He received awards such as the AACAP Presidential Scholar Award, the Association for Academic Psychiatry Bristol-Myers Fellowship in Academic Psychiatry, and the Society of Biological Psychiatry Eli Lilly Fellowship Award, and has been Mentor twice in the Donald J. Cohen Fellowship.
His main research interests are ADHD, pediatric mood disorders (especially bipolar), and pediatric psychopharmacology, with research funding from national and international private and public sources. He is member of EUNETHYDIS´ Guidelines Group and of the Scientific Program Committee of the World Federation of ADHD.
Prof. Soutullo is a reviewer of 29 international journals, and is author of 98 original reports, 108 book chapters, 241 abstracts at national or international conferences and has authored or edited 22 books (H Factor: 28), and has been invited to give hundreds of talks at National and international conferences/meetings/courses.
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Research & Publications
Neurotech is extensively involved in ongoing clinical studies led by key opinion leaders around the globe in various areas of ADHD, such as: malingering, mood disorders, anxiety, other disorders and co-morbidities. We strive to convey the most updated knowledge to our clients and keep you updated in recent developments.
We welcome leading researchers to share new ideas and thoughts with us concerning the area of attentional difficulties
|Using environmental distractors in the diagnosis of ADHD||Hanoch Cassuto, Anat Ben-Simon, Itai Berger||Frontiers in Human Neuroscience||2013||Read document||Distractors|
|Usefulness and Validity of Continuous Performance Tests in the Diagnosis of Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder Children||Itai Berger, Ortal Slobodin, Hanoch Cassuto||Oxford University Press||2017||Read document||assessment , Sustained attention, Kids, Comorbidity|
|The effect of physical activity on spatial perception and attention in early childhood||Sima Zach, Varda Inglis, Orly Fox, Itay Berger, Ayelet Stahl||Science Direct||2015||Read document||Sustained attention, Kids|
|The effect of environmental distractors incorporation into a CPT on sustained attention and ADHD diagnosis among adolescents||Itai Berger||Journal of Neuroscience Methods||2013||Read document||Adolescents, Sustained attention, Distractors|
|The effect of alpha-linolenic acid supplementation on ADHD symptoms in children: a randomized controlled double-blind study||Gal Dubnov-Raz, Zaher Khoury, Ilana Wright, Raanan Raz, Itai Berger||Frontiers in Human Neuroscience||2014||Read document||Kids, drugs|
|The dynamics of attentional and inhibitory functions in the presence of distracting stimuli in children with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, high-functioning autism and oppositional defiant disorder||Aneta Rita Borkowska||Psychiatr Psychol Klin||2016||Read document||Comorbidity, inhibition|
|Monitoring Attention in ADHD with an Easy-to-Use Electrophysiological Index||Goded Shahaf, Uri Nitzan, Galit Erez, Shlomo Mendelovic, Yuval Bloch||Frontiers in Human Neuroscience||2018||Read document||EEG, drugs|
|Maturational delay in ADHD: evidence from CPT||Itai Berger, Ortal Slobodin, Merav Aboud, Julia Melamed, Hanoch Cassuto||Frontiers in Human Neuroscience||2013||Read document||Kids, assessment|
|Individualized Neurofeedback Training May Help Achieve Long-Term Improvement of Working Memory in Children With ADHD||Grażyna Łebecka, Paweł Dobrakowski||SAGE- Journal of Attentional disorders||2020||Read document||EEG, assessment|
|Gender Differences in Objective and Subjective Measures of ADHD Among Clinic-Referred Children||Ortal Slobodin, Michael Davidovitch||Frontiers in Human Neuroscience||2019||Read document||assessment , Kids|
|Differential Diagnosis in Patients with Substance Use Disorder and/or attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder Using Continuous Performance Test||Ortal Slobodin, Matthijs Blankers, Máté Kapitány-Fövény, Sharlene Kaye, Itai Berger, Brian Johnson, Zsolt Demetrovics, Wim van den Brink, Geurt van de Glind||European Addiction research||2020||Read document||inhibition , drugs|
|Beating Their Chests: University Students With ADHD Demonstrate Greater Attentional Abilities on an Inattentional Blindness Paradigm||Ephraim S. Grossman, Yaakov S. G. Hoffman, Itai Berger, Ari Z. Zivotofsky||Psyc Net||2015||Read document||assessment , inhibition , Distractors|
|Age-Related Changes in Distractibility: Developmental Trajectory of Sustained Attention in ADHD||Itai Berger ,Ortal Slobodin, Hanoch Cassuto||Journal of Attentional disorders||2015||Read document||Adolescents, Distractors, development , assessment|
|Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder symptoms in patients with cystic fibrosis||Malena Cohen-Cymberknoh, Tzlil Tanny, Oded Breuer, Hannah Blau, Huda Mussaffi, Diana Kadosh, Silvia Gartner, Alma Salinas, Lea Bentur, Vered Nir, Michal Gur, Joel Reiter, David Shoseyov, Eitan Kerem, Itai Berger||Journal of Cystic fibrosis||2017||Read document||Comorbidity|
|Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder in Neurofibromatosis Type 1: Evaluation with a Continuous Performance Test||Rony Cohen, Ayelet Halevy, Sharon Aharon, Avinoam Shuper||Journal of Clinical Neurology||2017||Comorbidity|
|A Machine-Based Prediction Model of ADHD Using CPT Data||Itai Berger, Ortal Slobodin, Inbal Yahav||Frontiers in Human Neuroscience||2020||Read document||Kids, assessment|
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