Integrative Physiology

Specifically, I am interested in three main areas: the interplay between circadian physiology and metabolism, the examination of dietary supplements for attenuating metabolic syndrome, and an emerging topic of inquiry – insects as an alternative protein source.

 

Principal Researcher

Dr. Roee Gutman

Dr. Roee Gutman
Integrative Physiology
972-52-8422601
972-4-6944980

My field of interest is Integrative Physiology, i.e. the broader aspects of physiology, involving and integrating mechanisms and regulatory functions at all biological levels spanning from molecular, cellular, tissue and organs

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Latest Publications

Editorial: Circadian Desynchrony: Consequences, Mechanisms, and Open Issues

Gutman R., J. S. Pendergast, W. Nakamura, and S. Kojima
Frontiers in Physiology 14, 1177643.
2023

The effect of short-wavelength white LED illumination throughout the night on the milk fatty acid profile of high-yielding dairy cows

Asher A., M Fialko, F. Fares, U. Moallem, S. Yaacoby, and R. Gutman
2022

Does consumption of baker’s yeast (Saccharomyces cerevisiae) by black soldier fly (Diptera: Stratiomyidae) larvae affect their fatty acid composition

Opatovsky I., Vitenberg T., Jonas-Levi A., Gutman R.
Journal of Insect Science
2021

Mice held at an environmental photic cycle oscillating at their tau-like period length do not show the high-fat diet-induced obesity that develops under the 24-hour photic cycle

Steckler, R, S. Tamir, and R. Gutman
Chronobiology International 38 (4) 598-612
2021

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We are recruiting Ph.D. and M.Sc. curious students with the background in biotechnology, Nutrition, Life-sciences.

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Dr. Roee Gutman
roeeg@migal.org.il
972-4-8181719
972-52-8422601

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