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Leading Researchers:
2-2022-1756

Homocysteine fibrillar assemblies display crosstalk with Alzheimer’s disease amyloid polypeptide

High levels of homocysteine (Hcy) are reported as a risk factor for Alzheimer’s disease (AD). Correspondingly, inborn hyperhomocysteinemia is associated with an increased predisposition to the development of dementia in later stages of life. Furthermore, despite the apparent association between protein aggregation and AD, attempts to develop a therapy that targets explicitly this process have […] Read More >

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2-2016-1039

Development of Alzheimer Disease therapy based on counteracting the pathological effects of ApoE4

Alzheimer’s disease (AD) is the most common cause of dementia and is the outcome of progressive brain cells death. Due to the disorder’s heterogeneity and in view of the variety of pathological mechanisms inducing the disease    we have undertaken an innovative – science based (Animal model) approach, which is presented here. Our unique approach […] Read More >

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2-2022-1764

Efficient information coding in living organisms

It is clear that DNA can be used as a storage medium, each nucleotide carrying two information bits, which can store vast amounts of data for very long periods of time and with high reliability; as overtime, humans remain human just as cats remain cats. However, it is also clear that it is a very […] Read More >

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4-2022-1771

Automatic Music Transcription in The Wild using Unaligned Supervision

We have developed a novel system that enables automatic transcription of real musical performances. The system detects in unmatched high accuracy which notes were played, at what time, and by which instrument. In other words, the system can parse the musical content from a recording with high precision in timing and instrumentation. The prediction of […] Read More >

Leading Researchers:
7-2022-1848

METHOD FOR GENERATION OF CONTROLLED THz WAVES

We present a method for the generation of THz pulses with tailored temporal shape from nonlinear metasurfaces. The method is based on single-cycle THz emission by the metasurface inclusions. We show that the spatial amplitude and phase structure of the nonlinear response is mapped to the temporal shape of pulses emitted at certain angles. We […] Read More >

Leading Researchers:
11-2019-1265

Bio-inspired flexible piezoelectric layer showing powerful performance

The piezoelectric effect, the conversion of mechanical energy to electrical energy can serve as the basictechnology for many applications such as energy harvesting sensing and actuating. Currently, the fieldof piezoelectric materials is dominate by lead-based ceramic materials such as lead zirconate titanate(PZT). However, lead is toxic and brittle, emerging the need for alternative lead free, […] Read More >

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3-2022-1811

FABRICATION OF ELECTRODES WITH ULTRA-SHORT CHANNEL LENGTH

Nanofabrication represents one of the most important features of modern electronics, optoelectronics, photonics and information technologies. However, the ability to fabricate nanoscale (sub-20 nm) devices, requires the introduction of unconventional techniques for material patterning, which is cumbersome, expensive, time consuming, typically available mainly to big industrial companies or to specific research centers, hence, not reachable […] Read More >

Leading Researchers:
5-2022-1739

Microfluidic Flow-meter and Sensor for Drug Delivery Applications

The current structure of medical pumps does not allow real-time measurement of different parameters of drug delivery in general and low flow rates (μL/min) in particular. The current structure wherein only indirect measurements are performed (commonly pressure) makes it difficult to detect failures (e.g. air bubbles, occlusion, infiltration) in real-time on the one hand and […] Read More >

Leading Researchers:
8-2022-1797

Enhanced Multi-Plex Biosensing based on Spatio-Temporal Control of Multiple Electrokinetically Preconcentrated Plugs of Bioparticles

As is evident from the lateral-flow-assay (LFA) that became so popular with detection of Corona virus, there is an urgent need to increase the sensitivity of detection of both point-of-care (POC) and self-testing (for example, used by individuals at home) devices. Lateral flow kits result in relatively low detection limit as only a small fraction […] Read More >

Leading Researchers:
2022-0002

Optimal retrieval in puzzle-based storage (PBS) systems using automated mobile robots (AMR)

Puzzle-based systems (PBS), store unit loads in very high density, without consuming space for transport aisles. In such systems, each load is stored on a moving device (conveyor module or transport vehicle), making these systems very expensive to build and maintain. We propose a new type of PBS system where loads are moved by a […] Read More >

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8-2016-1049

Antibacterial and Antibiofilm Activity of Self-Assembled Nanostuctures

The self-assembly of peptides and functionalized amino acids into supramolecular nanostructures has yielded a wide variety of nanomaterials with numerous biomedical applications. UNMET NEEDBacterial biofilm formation on wet surfaces represents a significant problem in medicine and environmental sciences. One of the strategies to prevent or eliminate surface adhesion of organisms is surface modification and coating. […] Read More >

Leading Researchers:
11-2020-1355

Peptide-based biomimetic hydrogels for bone regeneration

A multi-component biomimetic hydrogel scaffolds that will guide the architecture of tissue formation in bone defects. UNMET NEEDRegeneration of bone defects is a major clinical challenge worldwide. The main objective is to restore and improve the function of bone tissue by scaffolds, providing a suitable environment for tissue regeneration and repair.  An ideal, predictable, and […] Read More >

Leading Researchers:
11-2021-1544

Protection of Oxygen-Sensitive-Enzymes by Peptide Hydrogel

Molecular oxygen (O2) is a highly reactive oxidizing agent harmful to many biological and industrial systems. A simple encapsulation in a protective aqueous environment of O2  -sensitive reactions is of need. Self-assembling peptide-based hydrogels are simple hydrogels that can be combined with a wide variety of reagents and are able to encage O2 and significantly limit its […] Read More >

Leading Researchers:
11-2021-1544

Anti-Oxidation Agent to be Incorporated Into Cosmetics Leading to More Stable and Longer Shelf-Life Products

Oxidation is the reaction of Oxygen with a wide array of reactants. In cosmetics, product oxidation leads to spoilage of ingredients used in the manufacturing products, the inactivation of oxygen-sensitive enzymes, shortening of product shelf-life, and discolorations of end-product. Self-assembling peptide-based hydrogels are simple hydrogels that can be combined with a wide variety of ingredients […] Read More >

Leading Researchers:
1-2020-1423

Increased Enzyme Shelf-Life by Encapsulation in Peptide-Based Materials

Peptide-based nanomaterials that protect enzymes over time leading to increased shelf-life. UNMET NEED Enzymes are naturally susceptible to environmental changes resulting in their denaturation and loss of activity, thus rendering them less practical for everyday applications. The main objective is the improvement and increase in enzyme shelf-life thereby allowing their practical use in various daily […] Read More >

Leading Researchers:
3-2011-144

Dental Applications for Polypeptide Nano-Structures for antimicrobial composite resin filling

Novel, self-assembled organic aromatic nano-peptides and nano-spheres which exhibit excellent properties such as stability, solubility, transparency and rigidness alongside basic peptide features.  Nanotechnology benefits are achieved with biocompatible ingredients having a non-toxic fabrication process.    The nano-material can be prepared as powder or hydrogels and be easily mixed with common dental materials.  The Need Composite […] Read More >

Leading Researchers:
11-2022-1821

Stabilizing Gelatin-Based Bioinks under Physiological Conditions by Incorporation of Ethylene-Glycol-Conjugated Fmoc-Ff Peptides

Peptide-based bioinks that stabilize gelatin-based 3D printed scaffolds under physiological conditions.  UNMET NEEDGelatin is one of the most widely-used materials for the fabrication of 3D scaffolds. In order to fabricate stable scaffolds under physiological conditions, gelatin need to be methacrylated, allowing the crosslinking and therefore the stabilization of the hydrogel through UV treatment. However, the […] Read More >

Leading Researchers:
1-2022-1849

Enhanced production of collagen in mammalian cells

Collagen is the most abundant protein in the body. It has variety of applications in the fields of food, cosmetics, and pharma. However, the challenges associated to the production of recombinant collagen dictate the use of collagen from animal tissues. Our invention boosts the production of collagen in mammalian cells, making the use of a […] Read More >

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4-2013-513

EFFICIENT PROCESSING OF COMPRESSED COMMUNICATION TRAFFIC

A method for processing communication traffic includes receiving an incoming stream of compressed data conveyed by a sequence of data packets, each containing a respective portion of the compressed data. The respective portion of the compressed data contained in the first packet is stored in a buffer, having a predefined buffer size. Upon receiving a […] Read More >

Dr. Abarbanel Joseph

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Prof. Abelson Avigdor

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Prof. Aboudi Jacob

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Dr. Abramovitz Lilach

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Prof. Adler-Abramovich Lihi

Research in my Laboratory of Bioinspired Materials is focused on mimicking self-assembly processes that occur in nature, including biomineralization and the organization of short peptides and amino acids into ordered nanostructures. We are a material science laboratory with emphasize on organic chemistry and medical-biological applications. The group is developing new organic materials that are used […] Read More >

Prof. Afek Yehuda

My research interests span the range from distributed systems to tightly coupled multiprocessors. In particular, I am interested in the theoretical study of asynchrony and its effects in systems (both shared memory and message passing based), in concurrent programming (concurrent data structures and transactional memory), and in networking (network security, protecting against denial of service […] Read More >

Dr. Afriat Herskovits Anat

Our lab is focused on understanding the interactions between the human bacterial pathogen Listeria monocytogenes and mammalian cells, specifically, macrophage cells. We explore different strategies of L. monocytogenes that allow it to infect and replicate efficiently within mammalian cells, evade recognition by the innate immune system and manipulate host cellular pathways. We combine computational, biochemical and genetic approaches to […] Read More >

Ms. Aharon Ayelet

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Prof. Aharonowitz Yair

My lab is currently researching these topics: A novel bacterial route for the synthesis of glutathione: A multifunctional fused protein (GshF) integrates the two primary catalytic activities. Development of new selective and essential targets for antibiotics, and their use in specific drug discovery programs. The Ribonucleotide reductase system of Staphylococcus aureus and Streptomyces coelicolor. Studies on control of […] Read More >

Dr. Aizikovich Alex

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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 Sackler 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 […] Read More >

Leading Researchers:
12-2011-230

Nanometer Scale Optics of Objects and Devices

The NanoPhotonics LaboratoryThe NanoPhotonics Laboratory research is focused on the optics of nanometer scale objects and devices. In particular, the research involves nano-photonic components for telecommunication and sensing, Bragg and Photonic Crystals (PhC) based waveguides and resonators, slow light, optical polymers, nonlinear optics and secure communication.  Offered Industrial Services: Optical chip design and simulations  Spectral […] Read More >

Leading Researchers:
10-2011-141

Neurodevelopmental, Gestational, Lactational and Maternal Immune Stimulation Animal Model for Schizophrenia

Fields of InterestPharmacology of schizophrenia, animal models of psychopathology, neurodevelopmental model of schizophrenia. Prof. Weiner’s lab has launched and developed the latent inhibition model of schizophrenia which mimics loss of normal attentional control in this disorder, with a focus on the pharmacology of latent inhibition as a basis for the search for novel drugs. In […] Read More >

Leading Researchers:
12-2011-194

Facility for Micro- and Nano-fabrication, Characterization and Clean Rooms

Tel-Aviv University’s NanoCenter is a facility for micro and nano fabrication and characterization. The Tel Aviv University Center for Nanoscience and Nanotechnology is a multidisciplinary research center, committed to advancing society by conducting cutting edge research and developing state of the art technologies, by engaging in close cooperation with TAU research community, industry and society. […] Read More >

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12-2011-195

Animal Research Services in Specific Pathogen Free (SPF) and Standard Facilities

    Tel-Aviv University (TAU) holds several regular and SPF (Specific Pathogen Free) animal care facilities, providing state-of-the-art non-clinical and pre-clinical laboratory research services.   We can perform multi-level studies, using a large variety of animals and supply veterinarian services, to our TAU researchers and to external companies and institutes.  We provide a continuum of […] Read More >

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12-2011-198

Animal Eye Models

    Animal eye models for evaluation of systemic and topical use of new medications, devices and delivery systems. The models include external eye, intraocular, orbital, and optic nerve applications. Webpages:https://www.sheba.co.il/Institutes/Eye_Institute/Eye_Clinics/78.htmhttps://www.tau.ac.il/medicine/ophthalmology/ophth_con.html CONTACT  Department of OpthalmologySackler Faculty of MedicineTel Aviv UniversityRamat Aviv 69978, IsraelFax: 972-3-6405354   Head of the Department:Prof. Arieh S Solomon, MD,PhDEmail: asolomon@post.tau.ac.ilPhone: 972-3-5350702Fax: […] Read More >

Leading Researchers:
12-2011-199

Animal Models for CNS Disorders and Screening Method for Diabetes

In vitro and in vivo animal models for stroke, Alzheimer’s disease (AD), and multiple sclerosis (MS). Rapid screening method for selecting candidates with specific insulin-degrading enzyme inhibitor activity in Types I and II  Diabetes.   https://www.tau.ac.il/lifesci/departments/neuro/members/frenkel/frenkel.html Read More >

Leading Researchers:
12-2011-200

Brain Injury Animal Models

Blast Brain Injury: a combat zone-like mouse model. From the experimental lab to the war against terror and back to the lab. Improvised explosive devices (IEDs) are one of the main causes for casualties among civilians and military personnel in the present war against terror. IEDs induce various degrees of cognitive, emotional and behavioral disturbances […] Read More >

Leading Researchers:
12-2011-201

Behavioral Animal Models

Laboratory of Biological Psychiatry & Behavioral research- Felsenstein Institute   Main Research Topics Cognition, Memory, Social behavior, Motility. Disease: Schizophrenia, Anxiety, Neuropathy pain and Depression Drug Development: Schizophrenia, Depression, Cognition, Pain . Lab facilities The lab is well equipped with the required instruments for molecular and cellular research. At the institute, we have a modern animal room […] Read More >

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12-2011-203

Cardiovascular and Physiological Assessment in Animal Models

Neufeld Cardiac Research Institute at Sheba Medical Center, Tel-Aviv University comprises a fully equipped laboratory to conduct cardiovascular and physiological experiments in small (mice, rat) and large animals (swine, sheep, calf) including heart function studies with special echocardiography system designed for small animals (Vevo660 ultrasound biomicroscope; VisualSonics), molecular imaging, pressure‐volume loop machine (Millar/Power Lab) and […] Read More >

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Adler-Abramovich Lab- Bioinspired Materials & Nanotechnology

Research in my Laboratory of Bioinspired Materials is focused on mimicking self-assembly processes that occur in nature, including biomineralization and the organization of short peptides and amino acids into ordered nanostructures. We are a material science laboratory with emphasize on organic chemistry and medical-biological applications. The group is developing new organic materials that are used […] Read More >

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