Best Publication Award for Faculty of Medicine

We are proud to announce the winners of 2021

Best Publication Award for Faculty of Medicine

The Preclinical Faculty members published papers in Q1 high impact manuscripts during the year 2021.

 

Each awardee will receive funding towards their research and a certificate.

 

Top winners

 

Uri Ben-David

Aneuploidy renders cancer cells vulnerable to mitotic checkpoint inhibition

 

Israel Hershkovitz 

A Middle Pleistocene Homo from Nesher Ramla, Israel

 

Hila May

A Middle Pleistocene Homo from Nesher Ramla, Israel

 

Rachel Sarig

A Middle Pleistocene Homo from Nesher Ramla, Israel

 

 

Other winners

 

Lihi Adler-Abramovich 

Protection of Oxygen-Sensitive Enzymes by Peptide Hydrogel

 

Karen Avraham

AAV gene therapy rescues hearing in a mouse model of SYNE4 deafness

 

Katy Borodkin 

The Effects of Maternal Smartphone Use on Mother-Child Interaction

 

Nathan Dascal  

Reconstitution of β-adrenergic regulation of CaV1.2: Rad-dependent and Rad-independent protein kinase A mechanisms

 

Natalia Freund 

Human antibodies targeting a mycobacterium transporter protein mediate protection against tuberculosis

 

Yariv Gerber 

Blood Pressure Levels in Young Adulthood and Mildlife stroke Incidence in a Diverse Cohort

 

Illana Gozes 

Introducing ADNP and SIRT1 as new partners regulating

 

Michal Itzhaki 

Emotion work and resilience of nurses and physicians towards Palestinian Authority pediatric patients

 

Orit Karnieli-Miller 

Medical students' experiences and needs from written reflective journal feedback

 

Limor Landsman 

The postnatal pancreatic microenvironment guides beta-cell maturation through BMP4 production

 

Khitam Muhsen

Inactivation of the Caenorhabditis elegans RNF-5 E3 ligase promotes IRE-1-independent ER functions

 

Udi Qimron 

A phage mechanism for selective nicking of dUMP-containing DNA

 

Ronit Satchi-Fainaro 

P-selectin inhibition alters microglia immunophenotype and blocks glioblastoma progression

 

Limor Broday

Inactivation of the Caenorhabditis elegans RNF-5 E3 ligase promotes IRE-1-independent ER functions

 

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