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AB Biochemistry - Harvard University, 2001
PhD Biology - Stanford University, 2008
Assistant Professor - Hebrew University of Jerusalem, 2010 - present
Academic Director – HUJI International Program in Quantitative Biology
Department of Cell and Developmental Biology, Silberman Building Room 3-536
Alexander Silberman Institute of Life Sciences
Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Edmond J. Safra Campus, Givat Ram
Jerusalem 91904, Israel
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Tirza Arnon - Administrative Assistant
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
B.A. History, 1979
Triana Amen - Jerusalem Brain Community Fellowship Doctoral Student
BS Biology - St. Petersburg University, 2011
MSc Biology - St. Petersburg University, 2013
Bio-engineering Program Doctoral Fellow, 2013-2015
Triana is interested in understanding how yeast manage aggregates and misfolded proteins. She is working on projects dealing with Stress Foci, IPODs, chaperone localization, and is involved in several collaborations.
Shlomi Brielle - Graduate Student
BS Physics and Biology - Amirim Honors Program HUJI, 2013
Rivkah Brown - Graduate Student
BS Biology - Rutgers University, 2013
MA Cell and Developmental Biology - HUJI, 2015
Sundararaghavan Pattabiraman - Graduate Student
MSc Cardiovascular Biology - University of Edinburgh
BTech - Biotechnology - Anna University
Pratibha Siwach - PBC India-Israel Postdoctoral Fellow
PhD - Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur, India.
Netanel Tal - Lab Technician
BS - Yale, 2006
MSc - Berkeley, 2008
PhD - Starbucks, 2010
Shlomi is interested in the nano-scale and micron-scale movement of proteins and organelles in the cytoplasm of living cells. He is using confocal and SIM imaging to quantify protein movement, localization, and oligomerization. Shlomi is also developing a Selective Plane Illumination (SPIM) approach for observing protein dynamics in 3D.
Rivkah is studying the role of intermediate filaments in aging, inclusion formation, and stress response.
Sundar is studying replicative rejuvenation, or the asymmetric partitioning of damage during mitosis in stem cells and differentiated cells.
Pratibha is developing a C. elegans model for exploring the molecular players of protein aggregation in neurons of a living worm. Studying the lives of mammalian cells will better our understanding of dynamic nature of protein folding.