Research Group Leader
Full CV (PDF)
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Molecular dynamics in the brain, control of mRNA translation, molecular mechanisms of memory formation, brain development, newly synthesized proteins during aging, genomic stability and neurodegenerative diseases, cultured fish meat.
PhD 2013, Genetics, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
MsC 2007, Genetics, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
Academic and Research Experience
2021- Head of Molecular Neurodynamics Laboratory, MIGAL.
2020 Postdoctoral researcher, Tel Aviv University.
2019- Initiative for high-throughput production of antibodies in collaboration with Ramot and the Bar Lab of Tel Aviv University.
2013-2019 EMBO and Marie Curie Postdoctoral fellow. Max Planck Institute for Brain Research, Germany.
Learning and memory formation in zebrafish: Protein dynamics and molecular tools
Large-scale cell-type-specific imaging of protein synthesis in a vertebrate brain.
Larval Zebrafish Proteome Regulation in Response to an Environmental Challenge
A high-throughput chemical screen with FDA approved drugs reveals that the antihypertensive drug Spironolactone impairs cancer cell survival by inhibiting homology directed repair
Acetylation of lysine 382 and phosphorylation of serine 392 in p53 modulate the interaction between p53 and MDC1 in vitro
APOBEC3G enhances lymphoma cell radioresistance by promoting cytidine deaminase-dependent DNA repair
The nucleoporin 153, a novel factor in double-strand break repair and DNA damage response
Live imaging of induced and controlled DNA double-strand break formation reveals extremely low repair by homologous recombination in human cell
Acetylcholinesterase modulates stress-induced motor responses through catalytic and noncatalytic properties