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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,... Read More >

Prof. Perlson Eran

Research Interest Nanomotors and microfluidic platforms reveal neurodegeneration mechanisms Neuron cell death and synapse disruption seen in neurodegenerative diseases like ALS. It is a non-cell-autonomous process and involve a multi system... Read More >

Prof. pinkas-Kramarski Ronit

Research topic: Study the involvement of Autophagy in neurodegenerative diseases. Research methods: Cell biology, Biochemistry, Molecular Biology, microscopy, Immunohistochemistry. Projects in the lab include: The role of autophagy in... Read More >

Prof. Prag Gali

Research topic: Elucidating the decoding mechanisms of ubiquitin signals and their significance in neurodegenerative diseases Research methods: Biophysical measurements including SPR, AUC, MST and SEC, X-ray crystallography,... Read More >

Prof. Rechavi Oded

Prof. Oded Rechavi’s mission is to challenge fundamental long-held scientific dogmas. He found an exception to the original “Cell Theory”, provided the first direct evidence that an acquired trait can be inherited, elucidated an alternative... Read More >


Head of the Laboratory of Experimental Pharmacology and Oncology

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Dr. Ruban Angela

Steyer School of Health Professions Sagol School of Neuroscience Sackler Faculty of Medicine Sackler building, Room 740 Read More >

Prof. Satchi-Fainaro Ronit

Our research interests include investigations related to tumor biology, tumor dormancy, mechanism of action of angiogenesis inhibitors, self-assembly of polymeric architectures and novel approaches to target cancer. Throughout, we have... 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... Read More >

Prof. Shabat Doron

Research Self-immolative dendrimers are unique structural molecules that can release all of their tail units, through a domino-like chain fragmentation, which is initiated by a single cleavage at the dendrimer's core. Incorporation of drug... Read More >