Curriculum Vita – Prof. Pinchas Noy M.D.
Born in Germany 1930
July 1939 – Emigrated to Palestine . His parents, that were unable to leave Germany perished in the holocaust. Was adopted by relatives (uncles and aunts) who lived in Tel-Aviv.
After elementary school studied 4 years in agricultural boarding school “Givat Hashlosha”.
1947 – At 17 years joined the Palmach and participated in the Israel’s War of Independence. At the end of the war joined Kibutz Erez, near Gaza strip. (?)
1950 – 1956 After leaving the kibutz studies in Medical school, at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
1957 Training in Medicine – Tel Hashomer hospital.
1958 – Granted M.D.
1958 – 1966 – Specialization in psychiatry at the Hadassah University Hospital in Jerusalem.
1962-1966 – Appointed Director of the psychiatric clinic.
1966 – Completed training at the Israeli psychoanalytic Institute in Jerusalem. Joined as a member the Israeli and the International psychoanalytic Society.
1967-1968 – Advanced studies in New York – at the Einstein Hospital Psychiatric department and at the Department of Psychological studies in N.Y.U. ( Studied with:
1970 – Established a private psychiatric clinic, specializing in psychoanalysis and psychotherapy. Continued teaching psychiatry and psychoanalysis in different departments of the Hebrew University..
1972 – Appointed as Training analyst in the Israeli psychoanalytic Institute.
1976 – Appointed Visiting Professor in the Hebrew University.
1976 – 1997 Continued teaching in different departments of the Hebrew University – (Medical school, School of Social Work , Department of Psychology, Department of Education), and at the Ben-Gurion University at Beer Sheba ( Department of behavior studies ).
1989 – Appointed head of teaching committee in the Psychoanalytic Institute in Jerusalem.
1997 – Left teaching because of physical illness. Continues clinical work and professional writing in his private clinic .
Has published over 60 scientific papers in leading Journals in English and in Hebrew.
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Personal and family
1958 – First marriage to Hana Lichtner, parenting two daughters: Talia (1959), Yael (1962). Widowed 1987.
1990 – Remarried to Dorit Sharav.
The family lived in Beit Hakerem, Jerusalem. Together they have four children and eleven grandchildren.