Diagnostics

 

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5-2012-286

Novel Class of Turn-ON Near-Infrared Probes for Diagnosis and Imaging of Inflammation and Cancer

Complete tumor removal during surgery has a great impact on patient survival. To that end, the surgeon should detect the tumor, remove it and validate that there are no residual cancer cells left behind. Residual cells at the incision margin of the tissue removed during surgery are associated with tumor recurrence and poor prognosis for […] Read More >

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8-2008-70

CT Image Single Display and Contrast Enhancement

The Invention An improved algorithm for handling CT scan information which enables the display of all relevant anatomical features in a single image.   Potential Applications CT scans are a basic tool of most medical centers and are in constant use.  An improved algorithm for simultaneous viewing of all relevant anatomical features would not only save […] Read More >

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8-2007-75

An MRI technique for imaging of pathologies of collagen, myelin and amyloid plaques

The TechnologyCharacterization of pathologies related to macromolecules (MM) can now be carried out in a more comprehensive manner using these new MRI sequences. For example: Collagen in connective tissue and myelin in the nerves of brain and spinal cord are imaged with intensity proportional to the amount of MM. These pulsing sequences emphasize white matter […] Read More >

8-2013-461

3D Flexible Electrode for Electrochemical Cell Diagnostics

TechnologyA compact 3D electrochemical sensor constructed on a pliant substrate for in-vitro and in-vivo measurements of cells and tissues. The device includes a specially designed sensing layer containing reference and measurement electrodes that are connected to contact pads on the back side of the device by uniquely designed via interconnects. The sensor is enclosed in […] Read More >

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2-2017-1081

3D Bioprinting of Tumor Models for Personalized Drug Screening and Disease Modeling

This technology aims to provide a three-dimensional (3D) bioprinted tumor model based on natural and synthetic polymers containing several types of cells, which resembles cancer tissue. Our 3D-bioprinted tumor model has potential to predict the clinical outcome of a treatment compared to the other existing solutions, which either rely solely on genetic profiling or do […] Read More >

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5-2021-1520

Antibody-Based Biosensor Diagnostic tool for Pathogenic Bacteria Detection

UNMET NEED• Antibiotic resistance crisis is driven by extensive and inappropriate usage of antibiotics and is predicted to result in an annual death toll of 10 million people by 2050. The ability to provide a rapid and accurate surveillance and diagnosis of multiple-drug resistant (MDR) bacteria is pivotal to the efficiency of controlling the growing crisis. […] Read More >

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2-2020-1376

New Chemiluminescent Protease Probe for Rapid, Sensitive, and Inexpensive Detection of Live Mycobacterium tuberculosis

Tuberculosis (TB) is a top-ten cause of death worldwide. Successful treatment is often limited by insufficient diagnostic capabilities, especially at the point of care in low-resource settings. The ideal diagnostic must be fast, be cheap, and require minimal clinical resources while providing high sensitivity, selectivity, and the ability to differentiate live from dead bacteria.OUR SOLUTION• We […] Read More >

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5-2020-1401

Diagnostics of Covid19 infection

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2-2020-1415

Novel method for assessing sublethal genetic damage in sperm

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5-2007-42

Non-invasive Diagnostics for Liver Diseases

The Technology The human asialoglycoprotein receptor (ASGPR) is expressed on the sinusoidal membrane of hepatocytes and serves in the clearance of asialoglycoproteins from the plasma. A soluble form of the ASGPR, termed sH2a, is formed by cleavage in the endoplasmic reticulum of its precursor. In healthy humans, sH2a is secreted to the serum at surprisingly […] Read More >

Prof. Arad (Abboud) Shimon

Research Interests: Signal processing of ECG waveforms. Fetal ECG monitoring. Solving the volume conductor problem in biological tissue. Modeling the electrical heart and brain activities. Lung function tests (Spirometry). Telemedicine. Electrical Impedance Tomography (Congestive Heart Failure, Osteoporosis). Bio-Impedance (brain activity). Read More >

Prof. Borenstein Elhanan

Research: Computational biology Metagenomics Human microbiome The Borenstein lab focuses on computational study of the human microbiome and of other complex microbial ecosystems. We are broadly interested in the integration of systems biology approaches, computational modeling, data science, and integrative meta-omic analysis to address fundamental questions in microbial ecology and to gain a systems-level, principled, […] Read More >

Dr. Burstein David

Dr. Burstein is a faculty member in The Shmunis School of Biomedicine and Cancer Research in the Life Science Faculty at Tel Aviv University. His research focuses on CRISPR-Cas systems, secretion systems of pathogens, and the discovery of novel antibiotic resistance genes to better understand fundamental interaction mechanisms within microbial communities and to promote their […] Read More >

Prof. Ebenstein Yuval

Our lab specializes in many areas of optical imaging and spectroscopy with emphasis on single molecule detection and development of imaging based techniques. Our research is focused on the application of novel imaging and optical detection approaches to genomic studies and biomarker detection. We are developing new spectroscopy and microscopy methodologies that combine advanced optics […] Read More >

Dr. Eliav Uzi

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Prof. Eyal Avishay

Research Interests: Photonic signal processing Propagation of light in optical fibers Polarimetric measurements Read More >

Dr. Freund Natalia

Senior Lecturer (Guest), Department of Clinical Microbiology and Immunology, Faculty of Medicine Research My laboratory is interested in understanding the molecular basis of human antibody responses to diseases. Antibodies are key components of most licensed vaccines; nevertheless many aspects of how antibodies recognize and neutralize their targets are still unknown. Pathogen-specific B cells are stimulated […] Read More >

Prof. GANNOT Israel

Research Interests: Optical biopsy -optical diagnostic methods in medicine Laser tissue interaction Fibers and waveguides for medical applications Lasers and optics in medicine Read More >

Prof. Yftach Gepner

Prof. Yftach Gepner is a graduate of Ben-Gurion University’s (Beer-Sheva, Israel) in the school of Public Health (2016). His PhD Thesis established the role of combined low-carbohydrate/Mediterranean or low-fat diet, with or without physical activity on various body fat depots (mentor: Prof. Iris Shai). He then continued his training in the Department of Sport and […] Read More >

Prof. LEDERKREMER Gerardo Zelmar

Research Prof. Lederkremer’s lab has been interested in the mechanisms of protein folding and trafficking in the early secretory pathway of mammalian cells. He has focused especially on mechanisms of ER protein quality control and on recognition and delivery of misfolded proteins from the ER to the cytosolic proteasomes for ERAD. These processes are intimately […] Read More >

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GepnerLab – Health and Exercise Science

Our research focuses on understanding the impact of exercise training, combined with dietary strategies on physiology and metabolic changes across a range of populations. Specific Research interests/topics: Our primary research interests revolve around comprehending the effects of exercise training and dietary strategies on muscle mass, adipose distribution, metabolism, and performance across diverse populations. We employs a […] Read More >

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