I was born in Israel in 1986 and grew up in Kiryat-Ono (a small suburb of Tel-Aviv). During high-school I started studying for a B.Sc in math at Bar-Ilan University. During my military service I continued for a master's and Ph.D at the same department. I did both degrees under the supervision of Uzi Vishne, on division algebras. My first postdoctoral experience was a one-year stay (funded by Wallonie-Bruxelles-International) at UCLouvain, under the mentorship of Jean-Pierre Tignol, and later I took a two-year research-scholar position at Michigan State University, where I was working primarily with Rajesh Kulkarni and his PhD students.

My first faculty position in Israel was in the Computer Science department at Tel-Hai College, where I served both as a senior lecturer and the math division head. As of October 2020, I am a faculty member in the school of Computer Science at Tel-Aviv-Yaffo Academic College. Since December 2023, I have served as an editor at Communications in Mathematics.

My areas of expertise include:

- Central Simple Algebras.
- Quadratic Forms.
- Algebraic K-Theory.
- Galois Cohomology.
- Alternative Algebras.