Inflammation

 

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Leading Researchers:
10-2007-103

Improved Calcitonin-based Therapeutics

TechnologyThe aggregation site on human calcitonin has been identified, paving the way for development of specific inhibitors of calcitonin amyloid fibril formation. Such inhibitors will enable development of improved calcitonin therapeutics as well as greatly facilitate in vitro calcitonin manipulations. The NeedThe therapeutic use of human calcitonin is severely limited by its tendency to associate […] Read More >

Prof. Avraham Karen B.

Genomic Analysis of Hereditary Hearing Loss Our primary interest is the genetic basis of hereditary hearing loss or deafness. Our group is working towards the identification, characterization and regulation of genes associated with hereditary hearing loss. For gene discovery, we focus on the Israeli Jewish and Palestinian Arab populations in the Middle East. Our studies […] Read More >

Prof. Bacharach Eran

Eran Bacharach is the head of a research laboratory for molecular virology at the Department of Cell Research and Immunology, and teaches courses on microbiology, molecular virology and cell biology, at the Faculty of Life Sciences, where he has been on the faculty since 2000. He received his B.Sc., M.Sc. and Ph.D. degrees from the […] Read More >

Prof. Benayahu Dafna

Nanomedicine is medical treatment at the level of single molecules or molecular assemblies that provide structure, control, signaling, homeostasis, and motility in cells, i.e., at the “nano” scale of about 100 mm or less. There have been many scientific and technological advances in both physical and biological sciences over the past several years that make nano medicine […] Read More >

Prof. Gazit Ehud

The central dogma in the study of protein folding suggests that the thermodynamically-favorable state of proteins under physiological conditions is their folded one. However, there are number of cases in which the favorable states of proteins are rather unfolded, partially folded (e.g., “molten globular”), or misfolded (e.g., nonspecific aggregates or amyloid fibrils). These observations lead […] Read More >

Prof. Golberg Alexander

Our goal is to generative fundamental knowledge on biological systems organization and function, and to apply this knowledge to develop technologies that address critical challenges in energy generation and health. Our laboratory conducts research in a wide range of research subjects including: BioEnergy systems Bioenergy systems efficiency analysis We develop models to analyze the efficiency […] Read More >

Prof. Margalit Rimona

Research Interests 1. Micro- and nano-particulate drug delivery technologies for topical, regional and systemic applications:  Our efforts in the drug delivery arena focus on two drug delivery technologies, one veteran and one novel, that are inventions of our group. These technologies each yield, micro and nano sized particles that are composed of biomaterials with particular […] Read More >

Prof. Munitz Ariel

Our laboratory is focused on elucidating cellular and molecular mechanisms that are involved in mucosal inflammation. Specifically, we are interested in the roles of immune inhibitory receptors in the lung and gastrointestinal tract especially in type-2-associated and innate immune responses. Read More >

Prof. Peer Dan

Our lab is studying how to manipulate cells’ functions in order to generate novel strategies to treat inflammatory diseases and cancers. We are combining multidisciplinary approaches including immunology, cell and molecular biology, genetics, protein engineering, material sciences, nanotechnology and computational techniques for drug discovery and potentially for therapeutics. In addition, we are developing nanomedicines by […] Read More >

Dr. Ruban Angela

Steyer School of Health Professions Sagol School of Neuroscience Faculty of Medicine building, Room 740 angellruban@tauex.tau.ac.il Read More >

Prof. Segal Daniel

‘Conformational diseases’ are diseases caused by misfolding of a protein, often as a result of a missense mutation that does not necessarily disrupt the active site of the protein. As a result, the protein may lose its function, and often the misfolded monomers self-assemble to form cytotoxic aggregates. We study the structural causes of such […] Read More >

Leading Researchers:
12-2015-949

The Strauss Computational Neuroimaging Center

Prof. Galit Yovel is the Head of the SCAN@TAU Center   SCAN@TAU Center The Strauss Computational Neuroimaging Center George S. Wise Faculty of Life Sciences  https://mri.tau.ac.il/about   The center’s services SCAN@TAU center is a new MRI multidisciplinary research center at Tel Aviv University that offers cutting edge MR technologies and innovative, high-resolution imaging methods. The […] Read More >

12-2011-209

Functional genomics

The Shomron research team focuses on the analysis of genomics aimed at understanding human diseases. Combining high-throughput methods and bioinformatics (such as AI and deep learning), our team’s research explores DNA changes and gene regulators. Our goal is to reach a global perspective on the roles DNA and RNA play during disease development. Among our […] Read More >

Leading Researchers:
12-2011-198

Unique Animal Models for Inflammatory Lung, GI, and Bowel Diseases

The Laboratory of Mucosal Immunology The Laboratory of Mucosal Immunology is new at the faculty of Medicine and deals primarily with mucosal inflammation. We focus on diseases affecting the lungs, such as asthma, COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease), acute lung injury and gastrointestinal (GI) tract, inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) and colorectal cancer.   In lungs models […] Read More >

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