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Positions | Msc Students
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Prof. Eitan Bibi | 18 Months

Phone:+972-8-934-6435

e.bibi@weizmann.ac.il

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See: http://www.weizmann.ac.il/Biomolecular_Sciences/Bibi/

Prof. Rivka Dikstein | 2 Years

Phone:+972-8-934-2117

rivka.dikstein@weizmann.ac.il

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Regulation of gene expression at the transcriptional and translational levels is fundamental to all biological activities and is frequently altered in disease states. Our broad research interests are (i) to elucidate how the transcription and translation processes control the cellular response to enviromental stimuli; (ii) to reveal the connections between the transcription and translation processes and (iii) to develop tools to manipulate these processes for potential treatment of cancer, chronic inflammation and neurodegenrative diseases.

Prof. Michal Sharon | 2 Years

Phone:+972-8-934-3947

michal.sharon@weizmann.ac.il

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Developing a computational approach to assign mass spectrometry data - a theoretical project.

Prof. Michal Sharon | Rotation: 1st, 2nd, 3rd

Phone:+972-8-934-3947

michal.sharon@weizmann.ac.il

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For a challenging and exciting project focusing on the regulation of the 20S proteasome we are seeking for a motivated MSc student. The study combines biochemical tools, native mass spectrometry and cell biology approaches.

Prof. Yoav Soen | Rotation: 1st, 2nd, 3rd

Phone:+972-8-934-6011

yoavs@weizmann.ac.il

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The composite nature of host-microbiome systems presents major challenges to traditional understanding of animal adaptation and how it comes about. Unlike previously considered cases of unicellular and germ-free multicellular organisms, most (if not all) animals and plants, including human, are composite individuals, consisting of a single host and a large number of rapidly dividing symbiotic microorganisms. This structure is shaped by rapid selection of individual microorganisms within each host and longer-term selection of the animal (or plant) as a whole.