Available Positions

Research areas:
Departments:
  • Dr. Orly Laufman | link for homepage

    Department of Molecular Genetics
    MSc rotation
    Available Rotations: 2nd,3rd

    Molecular and Cell Biology of RNA viruses 

  • Dr. Orly Laufman | link for homepage

    Department of Molecular Genetics
    PhD position

    Molecular and Cell Biology of RNA viruses 

  • Dr. Orly Laufman | link for homepage

    Department of Molecular Genetics
    Postdoc position

    Molecular and Cell Biology of RNA viruses 

  • Prof. Sima Lev | link for homepage

    Department of Molecular Cell Biology
    Postdoc position

    Combination therapies for TNBC

  • Prof. Sima Lev | link for homepage

    Department of Molecular Cell Biology
    Postdoc position

    Ferroptosis in cancer

  • Prof. Sima Lev | link for homepage

    Department of Molecular Cell Biology
    Postdoc position

    BRD4 as a therapeutic target for TNBC

  • Prof. Sima Lev | link for homepage

    Department of Molecular Cell Biology
    PhD position

    Exploiting ferroptosis vulnerability for TNBC therapy

  • Dr. Yaron Antebi | link for homepage

    Department of Molecular Genetics
    MSc rotation
    Available Rotations: 1st,2nd,3rd

    The Language of Cellular Communication

  • Dr. Amnon Bar-Shir | link for homepage

    Department of Molecular Chemistry and Materials Science Kimmelman
    Postdoc position

    A postdoctoral fellow  for a project entitled "Genetically engineered MRI reporters for multicolour MRI"

  • Dr. Amnon Bar-Shir | link for homepage

    Department of Molecular Chemistry and Materials Science Kimmelman
    MSc position

    M.Sc project for developing molecular probes for mapping metal ions in the brain

  • Dr. Amnon Bar-Shir | link for homepage

    Department of Molecular Chemistry and Materials Science Kimmelman
    PhD position

    PhD students for projects that combine molecular biology and in vivo imaging. We engineer extracellular vesicles to express targeting moieties on their surface for improved delivery 

     

     

  • Prof. Gad Asher | link for homepage

    Department of Biomolecular Sciences
    PhD position

    Examining the metabolic consequences and disease states due to misalignment between feeding-activity and disrupted circadian clock

  • Prof. Gad Asher | link for homepage

    Department of Biomolecular Sciences
    MSc rotation
    Available Rotations: 1st,2nd,3rd

    Biochemical identification of metabolic sensors

  • Prof. Gad Asher | link for homepage

    Department of Biomolecular Sciences
    MSc rotation
    Available Rotations: 1st,2nd,3rd

    Computational analyses of rhythmic outputs (e.g. metabolites, gases)

  • Prof. Gad Asher | link for homepage

    Department of Biomolecular Sciences
    MSc rotation
    Available Rotations: 1st,2nd,3rd

    The relationship between hypoxia and the core circadian clock

  • Prof. Gad Asher | link for homepage

    Department of Biomolecular Sciences
    MSc rotation
    Available Rotations: 1st,2nd,3rd

    The interplay between circadian clocks and exercise performance

  • Prof. Gad Asher | link for homepage

    Department of Biomolecular Sciences
    PhD position

    Examining the metabolic consequences and disease states due to misalignment between feeding-activity and disrupted circadian clock

  • Prof. Gad Asher | link for homepage

    Department of Biomolecular Sciences
    PhD position

    Studying circadian clock communication through exosomes mediated signaling

  • Prof. Gad Asher | link for homepage

    Department of Biomolecular Sciences
    PhD position

    Establishing a system for studying the effect of dissolved gases (oxygen/carbon dioxide) on cyanobacteria clock

  • Prof. Gad Asher | link for homepage

    Department of Biomolecular Sciences
    PhD position

    Investigating the effect of time of the day on exercise performance and related metabolic pathways.

  • Dr. Sagi Ben-Ami

    Department of Particle Physics and Astrophysics
    PhD position

    The experimental and instrumentation Astrophysics group at the Weizmann Institute of Science in Israel invites applications for its PhD program. Our group aims to offer outstanding research and training opportunities with excellent instrumental and observational facilities.

  • Prof. Brian Berkowitz | link for homepage

    Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences
    MSc position

    Theoretical/numerical modelling, and laboratory experiments, to investigate a wide range of physical and biogeochemical transport processes in geological materials and other porous materials.

  • Prof. Brian Berkowitz | link for homepage

    Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences
    MSc rotation
    Available Rotations: 1st,2nd,3rd

    Theoretical/numerical modelling, and laboratory experiments, to investigate a wide range of physical and biogeochemical transport processes in geological materials and other porous materials.

  • Prof. Kfir Blum | link for homepage

    Department of Particle Physics and Astrophysics
    MSc position

    Availability for MSc and PhD positions in Kfir Blum's group (theoretical particle/astrophysics).

  • Prof. Doron Lancet | link for homepage

    Department of Molecular Genetics
    Postdoc position

    Bioinformatician/Data scientist for the GeneCards Suite

  • Prof. Doron Lancet | link for homepage

    Department of Molecular Genetics
    MSc rotation
    Available Rotations: 1st,2nd,3rd

    How life arose on earth is the greatest  enigma in biology and chemistry. Our laboratory has developed a computerized model with deep roots in chemistry and biochamistry for an early emergence of life based on the unique, rarely realized propeties of lipid molecules. The model shows a much higher robability of life's emergence than what characterizes the popular but problematic "RNA World" model". Candidates with interst in evolutionary pathways and with multidisiplinary inclination are wolcome.     

  • Prof. Doron Lancet | link for homepage

    Department of Molecular Genetics
    MSc rotation
    Available Rotations: 1st,2nd,3rd

    How life arose on earth is the greatest  enigma in biology and chemistry. Our laboratory has developed a computerized model with deep roots in chemistry and biochamistry for an early emergence of life based on the unique, rarely realized propeties of lipid molecules. The model shows a much higher robability of life's emergence than what characterizes the popular but problematic "RNA World" model". Candidates with interst in evolutionary pathways and with multidisiplinary inclination are welcome.

     

  • Prof. Tsvee Lapidot | link for homepage

    Department of Immunology
    MSc rotation
    Available Rotations: 1st,2nd,3rd

    Functional Pre-Clinical Models for Normal and Leukemic Human Stem Cells: Molecular and cellular communication between stem cells and the bone marrow microenvironment.

  • Prof. Eli Pollak | link for homepage

    Department of Chemical and Biological Physics
    Postdoc position

    Positions are for development of lower bounds to energies which compete with the Ritz variational method in accuracy. They are for one year with option of renewal for another year. For more information visit my website: http://www.weizmann.ac.il/chemphys/pollak/positions

  • Prof. Rafal Klajn | link for homepage

    Department of Molecular Chemistry and Materials Science Kimmelman
    MSc rotation
    Available Rotations: 1st,2nd,3rd

    Stimuli-responsive ("smart") materials

  • Prof. Rafal Klajn | link for homepage

    Department of Molecular Chemistry and Materials Science Kimmelman
    MSc rotation
    Available Rotations: 1st,2nd,3rd

    Self-assembly at the nanoscale

  • Prof. Rafal Klajn | link for homepage

    Department of Molecular Chemistry and Materials Science Kimmelman
    MSc rotation
    Available Rotations: 1st,2nd,3rd

    Chemistry under confinement

  • Prof. Emmanuel Doram Levy | link for homepage

    Department of Chemical and Structural Biology
    Postdoc position

    Post-doc position in structural and/or systems biology

  • Prof. Alexander Milov | link for homepage

    Department of Particle Physics and Astrophysics
    MSc position

    Particle physics data analysis / Particle physics detectors

    A standalone project that will be part of the real work at the lab.

  • Prof. Alexander Milov | link for homepage

    Department of Particle Physics and Astrophysics
    PhD position

    Data analysis from the ATLAS experiment.

    Heavy Ion Physics is about exploring what the Strong Force Interaction is. Our World is not only confined to two- and three-quark particles. Imagine a system built of as many quarks as you want. Do we know enough to tell how such a system would behave? Would it be a quark-gluon plasma, a hadronic gas, or liquid? Does QCD do a good job predicting its properties, or...

    You can help to find answers to these and many other questions. About one month in a year, the LHC collides ions of heavy elements. Each of these collisions is a mini-universe that sends hundreds of times more particles into ATLAS detector than a proton-proton interaction. You can be a part of a team to dive into this sea of quarks and gluons and find an answer to one of many questions.

    Heavy-ion data from the ATLAS experiment is an excellent opportunity for students seeking an academic carrier to do research and get fantastic visibility in the physics community. But if you want to learn the most sophisticated data analysis, create your own algorithms, and get into the world of finance, data mining or high-tech, it's a place for you too. 

  • Prof. Valery Krizhanovsky | link for homepage

    Department of Molecular Cell Biology
    Postdoc position

    The dynamics of senescent cells during ageing - computational (bioinformatic) approach 

  • Prof. Valery Krizhanovsky | link for homepage

    Department of Molecular Cell Biology
    Postdoc position

    We are looking for highly motivated post-doctoral fellow or research associate to an ERC funded project studying the "Biology of Ageing"

  • Prof. Igor Lubomirsky | link for homepage

    Department of Molecular Chemistry and Materials Science Perlman
    MSc rotation
    Available Rotations: 1st,2nd,3rd

    Studies of polarity (piezoelectricity and pyroelectricity + mechanical properties) of doped molecular crystals.

  • Prof. Igor Lubomirsky | link for homepage

    Department of Molecular Chemistry and Materials Science Perlman
    MSc position

    Studies of polarity (piezoelectricity and pyroelectricity + mechanical properties) of doped molecular crystals.

  • Prof. Igor Lubomirsky | link for homepage

    Department of Molecular Chemistry and Materials Science Perlman
    PhD position

    Development of novel electromechanically active materials for bio-compatible MEMS. Solid State Chemotronic devices operating at room temperature (devices changing a certain property due to change in composition induced by electric field)

  • Prof. Igor Lubomirsky | link for homepage

    Department of Molecular Chemistry and Materials Science Perlman
    MSc position

    Development of novel electromechanically active materials for bio-compatible MEMS. Solid State Chemotronic devices operating at room temperature (devices changing a certain property due to change in composition induced by electric field)

  • Prof. Eran Oded Ofek | link for homepage

    Department of Particle Physics and Astrophysics
    Postdoc position

    The Large Array Survey Telescope (LAST) is an under construction
    modular and cost-effective survey telescope.
    The telescope will be composed of 48 telescopes, each of  28 cm diameter.
    The array can act either as a 28 cm telescope, with a huge field of view of 355 deg^2,
    or as a single 1.9 m telescope with a 7.4 deg^2 field of view.
    When completed, in March 2021, it will be the survey telescope with
    the highest grasp (observable volume per unit time) in the world.
    Indeed, its grasp will be about four times that of the best available system today.
    LAST science cases include:
    (1) Searching for optical counterparts of gravitational wave events in order to study the physics of these explosions and the production of the heaviest elements in the Universe;
    (2) The early detection of supernovae and transients; a search for rare short-duration events powered by radioactivity; and a search for shock cooling events that enable us to study supernova progenitors;
    (3) Developing methods for high precision photometry from the ground,
    that are critical for exoplanets detection;
    (4) A search for the optical counterparts of short-duration gamma-ray bursts
    in order to test the hypothesis that these are related to Neutron Stars merger events; and more.
    We are looking for M.Sc./Ph.D. students and postdocs that will lead
    some of these science topics with LAST.

  • Prof. Eran Oded Ofek | link for homepage

    Department of Particle Physics and Astrophysics
    MSc position

    The Large Array Survey Telescope (LAST) is an under construction
    modular and cost-effective survey telescope.
    The telescope will be composed of 48 telescopes, each of  28 cm diameter.
    The array can act either as a 28 cm telescope, with a huge field of view of 355 deg^2,
    or as a single 1.9 m telescope with a 7.4 deg^2 field of view.
    When completed, in March 2021, it will be the survey telescope with
    the highest grasp (observable volume per unit time) in the world.
    Indeed, its grasp will be about four times that of the best available system today.
    LAST science cases include:
    (1) Searching for optical counterparts of gravitational wave events in order to study the physics of these explosions and the production of the heaviest elements in the Universe;
    (2) The early detection of supernovae and transients; a search for rare short-duration events powered by radioactivity; and a search for shock cooling events that enable us to study supernova progenitors;
    (3) Developing methods for high precision photometry from the ground,
    that are critical for exoplanets detection;
    (4) A search for the optical counterparts of short-duration gamma-ray bursts
    in order to test the hypothesis that these are related to Neutron Stars merger events; and more.
    We are looking for M.Sc./Ph.D. students and postdocs that will lead
    some of these science topics with LAST.

  • Prof. Eran Oded Ofek | link for homepage

    Department of Particle Physics and Astrophysics
    PhD position

    The Large Array Survey Telescope (LAST) is an under construction
    modular and cost-effective survey telescope.
    The telescope will be composed of 48 telescopes, each of  28 cm diameter.
    The array can act either as a 28 cm telescope, with a huge field of view of 355 deg^2,
    or as a single 1.9 m telescope with a 7.4 deg^2 field of view.
    When completed, in March 2021, it will be the survey telescope with
    the highest grasp (observable volume per unit time) in the world.
    Indeed, its grasp will be about four times that of the best available system today.
    LAST science cases include:
    (1) Searching for optical counterparts of gravitational wave events in order to study the physics of these explosions and the production of the heaviest elements in the Universe;
    (2) The early detection of supernovae and transients; a search for rare short-duration events powered by radioactivity; and a search for shock cooling events that enable us to study supernova progenitors;
    (3) Developing methods for high precision photometry from the ground,
    that are critical for exoplanets detection;
    (4) A search for the optical counterparts of short-duration gamma-ray bursts
    in order to test the hypothesis that these are related to Neutron Stars merger events; and more.
    We are looking for M.Sc./Ph.D. students and postdocs that will lead
    some of these science topics with LAST.

  • Prof. Eran Oded Ofek | link for homepage

    Department of Particle Physics and Astrophysics
    PhD position

    The Large Array Survey Telescope (LAST) is an under construction
    modular and cost-effective survey telescope.
    The telescope will be composed of 48 telescopes, each of  28 cm diameter.
    The array can act either as a 28 cm telescope, with a huge field of view of 355 deg^2,
    or as a single 1.9 m telescope with a 7.4 deg^2 field of view.
    When completed, in March 2021, it will be the survey telescope with
    the highest grasp (observable volume per unit time) in the world.
    Indeed, its grasp will be about four times that of the best available system today.
    LAST science cases include:
    (1) Searching for optical counterparts of gravitational wave events in order to study the physics of these explosions and the production of the heaviest elements in the Universe;
    (2) The early detection of supernovae and transients; a search for rare short-duration events powered by radioactivity; and a search for shock cooling events that enable us to study supernova progenitors;
    (3) Developing methods for high precision photometry from the ground,
    that are critical for exoplanets detection;
    (4) A search for the optical counterparts of short-duration gamma-ray bursts
    in order to test the hypothesis that these are related to Neutron Stars merger events; and more.
    We are looking for M.Sc./Ph.D. students and postdocs that will lead
    some of these science topics with LAST.

  • Dr. Doron Kushnir | link for homepage

    Department of Particle Physics and Astrophysics
    MSc position

    We live in fortunate times, where there are still many fundamental unsolved problems in astrophysics, while technological progress allows new observations, which may make some of them solvable. Now is the time to attack the most puzzling challenges posed to us by the Universe.

    Join Doron Kushnir's group to study explosions and extreme stars of the Universe. We use theoretical and computational tools to interpret state-of-the-art observations, aiming at resolving fundamental problems in astrophysics. 

     

  • Dr. Doron Kushnir | link for homepage

    Department of Particle Physics and Astrophysics
    Postdoc position

    We live in fortunate times, where there are still many fundamental unsolved problems in astrophysics, while technological progress allows new observations, which may make some of them solvable. Now is the time to attack the most puzzling challenges posed to us by the Universe.

    Join Doron Kushnir's group to study explosions and extreme stars of the Universe. We use theoretical and computational tools to interpret state-of-the-art observations, aiming at resolving fundamental problems in astrophysics. 

  • Dr. Doron Kushnir | link for homepage

    Department of Particle Physics and Astrophysics
    PhD position

    We live in fortunate times, where there are still many fundamental unsolved problems in astrophysics, while technological progress allows new observations, which may make some of them solvable. Now is the time to attack the most puzzling challenges posed to us by the Universe.

    Join Doron Kushnir's group to study explosions and extreme stars of the Universe. We use theoretical and computational tools to interpret state-of-the-art observations, aiming at resolving fundamental problems in astrophysics. 

  • Prof. Moshe Oren | link for homepage

    Department of Molecular Cell Biology
    MSc position

    Deconvoluting bulk expression data from human breast tumors to infer breast cancer heterogeneity

  • Prof. Anthony H. Futerman | link for homepage

    Department of Biomolecular Sciences
    Postdoc position

    We are looking for a postdoctoral fellow to work on a new and exciting project on lipid complexity. There are many more lipids in cells and in cell membranes than once thought and this complexity has significant ramifications for understanding both the roles of lipids in the origin of life and also in modern cell function. A position is available for an enthusiastic candidate to work on lipids in the origin of life, lipid fine-tuning, and functional studies of lipid complexity. For publications and details see the lab web page at

    https://www.weizmann.ac.il/Biomolecular_Sciences/Futerman/

  • Prof. Anthony H. Futerman | link for homepage

    Department of Biomolecular Sciences
    Postdoc position

    We are looking for a postdoctoral fellow to work on a new and exciting project on lipid complexity. There are many more lipids in cells and in cell membranes than once thought and this complexity has significant ramifications for understanding both the roles of lipids in the origin of life and also in modern cell function. A position is available for an enthusiastic candidate to work on lipids in the origin of life, lipid fine-tuning, and functional studies of lipid complexity. For publications and details see the lab web page at

    https://www.weizmann.ac.il/Biomolecular_Sciences/Futerman/

  • Prof. Tamar Geiger | link for homepage

    Department of Molecular Cell Biology
    PhD position

    Looking for PhD students to develop single-cell proteomics technologies to study cancer heterogeneity.

  • Prof. Ayelet Erez | link for homepage

    Department of Biological Regulation
    Postdoc position

    Cancer metabolism

  • Prof. Ayelet Erez | link for homepage

    Department of Biological Regulation
    PhD position

    Cancer metabolism

  • Prof. Ayelet Erez | link for homepage

    Department of Biological Regulation
    MSc rotation
    Available Rotations: 1st,2nd,3rd

    Cancer genetic and metabolic analysis

  • Prof. Yonina Eldar | link for homepage

    Department of Computer Science and Applied Mathematics
    MSc position

    The Signal Acquisition, Modeling,Processing and Learning (SAMPL) lab headed by Prof. Yonina Eldar at the Weizmann Institute of Science is recruiting PhD, MSc and post-doctoral students for cutting-edge research applying machine learning and deep networks to clinical problems in collaboration with leading hospitals in Israel and abroad.
    Candidates with strong algorithmic background are invited to send their CV to yonina.eldar@weizmann.ac.il.

     

  • Prof. Yonina Eldar | link for homepage

    Department of Computer Science and Applied Mathematics
    MSc rotation
    Available Rotations: 1st,2nd,3rd

    Detecting unseen markers for disease using machine-learning image analysis:

    inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) is a serious clinical condition affecting millions around the world. It is evident that some properties of the disease manifest before the onset of clinical symptoms. To date, these properties where shown on the molecular scale. To use them for clinical diagnosis would require adapting them to existing medical imaging methods.

    In this project, we intend to detect the earliest signs of IBD in colonoscopy. Therefore, a machine learning solution capable to find the pre-clinical stages of inflammation through image analysis is required. This would include developing the algorithm and training it, while also tagging the training dataset.

    The work will be performed in collaboration with the groups of Prof. Irit Sagi and Yonina Eldar.

     

  • Prof. Yonina Eldar | link for homepage

    Department of Computer Science and Applied Mathematics
    MSc position

    Detecting unseen markers for disease using machine-learning image analysis:

    inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) is a serious clinical condition affecting millions around the world. It is evident that some properties of the disease manifest before the onset of clinical symptoms. To date, these properties where shown on the molecular scale. To use them for clinical diagnosis would require adapting them to existing medical imaging methods.

    In this project, we intend to detect the earliest signs of IBD in colonoscopy. Therefore, a machine learning solution capable to find the pre-clinical stages of inflammation through image analysis is required. This would include developing the algorithm and training it, while also tagging the training dataset.

    The work will be performed in collaboration with the groups of Prof. Irit Sagi and Yonina Eldar.

     

  • Prof. Yonina Eldar | link for homepage

    Department of Computer Science and Applied Mathematics
    PhD position

    The Signal Acquisition, Modeling, Processing and Learning (SAMPL) lab headed by Prof. Yonina Eldar at the Weizmann Institute of Science is recruiting PhD, MSc and post-doctoral students for cutting-edge research applying signal processing and machine learning for communication and radar systems.

  • Prof. Yonina Eldar | link for homepage

    Department of Computer Science and Applied Mathematics
    MSc position

    The Signal Acquisition, Modeling, Processing and Learning (SAMPL) lab headed by Prof. Yonina Eldar at the Weizmann Institute of Science is recruiting PhD, MSc and post-doctoral students for cutting-edge research applying signal processing and machine learning, AI for communication and radar systems.

  • Prof. Yonina Eldar | link for homepage

    Department of Computer Science and Applied Mathematics
    Postdoc position

    The Signal Acquisition, Modeling,Processing and Learning (SAMPL) lab headed by Prof. Yonina Eldar at the Weizmann Institute of Science is recruiting PhD, MSc and post-doctoral students for cutting-edge research applying machine learning and deep networks to clinical problems in collaboration with leading hospitals in Israel and abroad.
    Candidates with strong algorithmic background are invited to send their CV to yonina.eldar@weizmann.ac.il.

  • Prof. Yonina Eldar | link for homepage

    Department of Computer Science and Applied Mathematics
    Postdoc position

    The Signal Acquisition, Modeling, Processing and Learning (SAMPL) lab headed by Prof. Yonina Eldar at the Weizmann Institute of Science is recruiting PhD, MSc and post-doctoral students for cutting-edge research applying signal processing and machine learning for communication and radar systems.

  • Prof. Yonina Eldar | link for homepage

    Department of Computer Science and Applied Mathematics
    PhD position

    The Signal Acquisition, Modeling,Processing and Learning (SAMPL) lab headed by Prof. Yonina Eldar at the Weizmann Institute of Science is recruiting PhD, MSc and post-doctoral students for cutting-edge research applying machine learning and deep networks to clinical problems in collaboration with leading hospitals in Israel and abroad.
    Candidates with strong algorithmic background are invited to send their CV to yonina.eldar@weizmann.ac.il.

  • Prof. Rivka Dikstein | link for homepage

    Department of Biomolecular Sciences
    MSc rotation
    Available Rotations: 1st,2nd,3rd

    Understanding how the transcription and translation processes control the cellular response to extra-cellular stimuli

  • Prof. Rivka Dikstein | link for homepage

    Department of Biomolecular Sciences
    MSc position

    Understanding how the transcription and translation processes control the cellular response to extra-cellular stimuli

  • Prof. Rivka Dikstein | link for homepage

    Department of Biomolecular Sciences
    PhD position

    Understanding how the transcription and translation processes control the cellular response to extra-cellular stimuli

  • Prof. Rivka Dikstein | link for homepage

    Department of Biomolecular Sciences
    Postdoc position

    Understanding how the transcription and translation processes control the cellular response to extra-cellular stimuli

  • Prof. Deborah Fass | link for homepage

    Department of Chemical and Structural Biology
    PhD position

    Redox regulation of O-linked carbohydrate addition in mucosal tissues.

  • Prof. Igor Ulitsky | link for homepage

    Department of Biological Regulation
    PhD position

    We are interested in understanding what kind of activities can long RNAs, including both long noncoding RNAs (lncRNAs) and mRNAs, or fragments thereof, carry out in mammalian cells. We particularly interested in the question of how these activities are encoded in the genomic sequences of these genes, how they are related to the secondary structures they adopt in cells, how mutations in lncRNA genes or in noncoding regions in mRNA UTRs affect their function, and how to exploit all this knowledge to design better therapeutic approaches for both rare and common diseases. We are addressing these questions using a combination of both experimental biology (including molecular biology, cell biology, stem cell biology, and neurobiology) and computational biology/bioinformatics. PhD projects focused on specific projects related to these questions are available.

  • Prof. Igor Ulitsky | link for homepage

    Department of Biological Regulation
    Postdoc position

    Experimental and computational approaches for studying the biology of long RNAs.

  • Prof. Eli Zeldov | link for homepage

    Department of Condensed Matter Physics
    PhD position

    Scanning probe microscopy of quantum and topological states of matter

  • Prof. Eli Zeldov | link for homepage

    Department of Condensed Matter Physics
    Postdoc position

    Postdoctoral Fellowship

  • Prof. Michael Walker | link for homepage

    Department of Biomolecular Sciences
    MSc rotation
    Available Rotations: 1st,2nd,3rd

    We aim to understand how pancreatic beta cells perform their unique functions, and how beta cell dysfunction may lead to diabetes.

  • Prof. Michael Walker | link for homepage

    Department of Biomolecular Sciences
    Postdoc position

    The goal of our research is to understand how pancreatic beta cells perform their unique functions, and how beta cell dysfunction may lead to diabetes.

  • Prof. David Wallach | link for homepage

    Department of Biomolecular Sciences
    Postdoc position

    Molecular signaling in control of immune defense: regulation of programmed cell death and signaling for gene activation.

  • Prof. David Wallach | link for homepage

    Department of Biomolecular Sciences
    MSc rotation
    Available Rotations: 1st,2nd,3rd

    Exploring the tumor-suppressor role of caspase-8, particularly in lung cancer.

  • Prof. David Wallach | link for homepage

    Department of Biomolecular Sciences
    MSc rotation
    Available Rotations: 1st,2nd,3rd

    Exploring the physiological function of signaling proteins that are activated by receptors of the TNF/NGF family.

  • Prof. Yosef Yarden | link for homepage

    Department of Biological Regulation
    Postdoc position

    Emergence of resistance to anti-cancer drugs currently limits the application of relatively specific new drugs. We are interested in resolving the underlying mechanisms and, accordingly, offer novel combinations of drugs.

  • Prof. Yosef Yarden | link for homepage

    Department of Biological Regulation
    MSc rotation
    Available Rotations: 1st,2nd,3rd

    Mechanisms of signal transduction by growth factors and their relevance to cancer therapy.

  • Prof. Avraham Yaron | link for homepage

    Department of Biomolecular Sciences
    MSc rotation
    Available Rotations: 1st,2nd,3rd

    Master's Rotation positions in Molecular Neuroscience

  • Dr. Yuval Ronen | link for homepage

    Department of Condensed Matter Physics
    PhD position

    Our lab investigates quantum phenomena which focus on the interplay between correlations and topology. This intriguing interplay allows to develop unique realizations of non-abelian quasi-particles (qps) which are neither Boson nor Fermion-like. Among the phases which host these qps are the well-known fractional quantum Hall effect, topological superconductivity, and the recently emerging field of moire-superlattcies (twistronics). We are developing experiments in these arrowheads to unravel this intriguing physics.

    This line of research often utilizes quantum materials whose reduced dimensionality enhances quantum effects. We profit from the use of various van der Waals (vdW) materials (graphene, hBN, TMDs, etc.) as well as high-mobility two-dimensional GaAs electron gas, which are both grown in our department. Fabrication is performed in a state-of-the-art clean room facility, specially designed for vdW materials nanofabrication.

    These devices will be measured with transport techniques including quantum Hall interferometry, Josephson interferometry, capacitance measurements, thermal transport, and shot noise measurements. These measurements require high magnetic fields and low electron temperatures. Our lab will be equipped with an 8mK wet dilution refrigerator with a 20T magnet, a 7mK dry dilution with a 3D vector magnet, as well as a variable temperature cryostat.

    Interested candidates should contact: yuval.ronen@weizmann.ac.il

  • Dr. Yuval Ronen | link for homepage

    Department of Condensed Matter Physics
    MSc position

    Our lab investigates quantum phenomena which focus on the interplay between correlations and topology. This intriguing interplay allows to develop unique realizations of non-abelian quasi-particles (qps) which are neither Boson nor Fermion-like. Among the phases which host these qps are the well-known fractional quantum Hall effect, topological superconductivity, and the recently emerging field of moire-superlattcies (twistronics). We are developing experiments in these arrowheads to unravel this intriguing physics.

    This line of research often utilizes quantum materials whose reduced dimensionality enhances quantum effects. We profit from the use of various van der Waals (vdW) materials (graphene, hBN, TMDs, etc.) as well as high-mobility two-dimensional GaAs electron gas, which are both grown in our department. Fabrication is performed in a state-of-the-art clean room facility, specially designed for vdW materials nanofabrication.

    These devices will be measured with transport techniques including quantum Hall interferometry, Josephson interferometry, capacitance measurements, thermal transport, and shot noise measurements. These measurements require high magnetic fields and low electron temperatures.

  • Dr. Yuval Ronen | link for homepage

    Department of Condensed Matter Physics
    Postdoc position

    Our lab investigates quantum phenomena which focus on the interplay between correlations and topology. This intriguing interplay allows to develop unique realizations of non-abelian quasi-particles (qps) which are neither Boson nor Fermion-like. Among the phases which host these qps are the well-known fractional quantum Hall effect, topological superconductivity, and the recently emerging field of moire-superlattcies (twistronics). We are developing experiments in these arrowheads to unravel this intriguing physics.

    This line of research often utilizes quantum materials whose reduced dimensionality enhances quantum effects. We profit from the use of various van der Waals (vdW) materials (graphene, hBN, TMDs, etc.) as well as high-mobility two-dimensional GaAs electron gas, which are both grown in our department. Fabrication is performed in a state-of-the-art clean room facility, specially designed for vdW materials nanofabrication.

    These devices will be measured with transport techniques including quantum Hall interferometry, Josephson interferometry, capacitance measurements, thermal transport, and shot noise measurements. These measurements require high magnetic fields and low electron temperatures. Our lab will be equipped with an 8mK wet dilution refrigerator with a 20T magnet, a 7mK dry dilution with a 3D vector magnet, as well as a variable temperature cryostat.

    Funding is available for three years. Advantage for prior experience with: vdW materials, fabrication techniques, transport measurements and cryogenic systems.

    Interested candidates should send CV and list of publications to yuval.ronen@weizmann.ac.il

  • Dr. Ofer Shoshani | link for homepage

    Department of Biomolecular Sciences
    Postdoc position

    If you are a curious and motivated PhD graduate interested in how cancer genomes evolve please contact us to learn about our exciting projects. In our lab we study basic mechanisms that drive chromosome abnormalities in cancer, and how such events lead to functional consequnces such as therapy resistance and metastasis. We work with cell cultures, patient samples, and mouse models, and employ cutting-edge microscopy and sequencing technologies. For more information please contact Ofer.

  • Dr. Ofer Shoshani | link for homepage

    Department of Biomolecular Sciences
    MSc position

    If you are a curious and motivated student interested in how cancer genomes evolve please contact us to learn about our exciting projects. In our lab we study basic mechanisms that drive chromosome abnormalities in cancer, and how such events lead to functional consequnces such as therapy resistance and metastasis. We work with cell cultures, patient samples, and mouse models, and employ cutting-edge microscopy and sequencing technologies. For more information please contact Ofer.

  • Dr. Ofer Shoshani | link for homepage

    Department of Biomolecular Sciences
    PhD position

    If you are a curious and motivated student interested in how cancer genomes evolve please contact us to learn about our exciting projects. In our lab we study basic mechanisms that drive chromosome abnormalities in cancer, and how such events lead to functional consequnces such as therapy resistance and metastasis. We work with cell cultures, patient samples, and mouse models, and employ cutting-edge microscopy and sequencing technologies. For more information please contact Ofer.

  • Dr. Ofer Shoshani | link for homepage

    Department of Biomolecular Sciences
    MSc rotation
    Available Rotations: 2nd

    If you are a curious and motivated student interested in how cancer genomes evolve please contact us to learn about our exciting projects. In our lab we study basic mechanisms that drive chromosome abnormalities in cancer, and how such events lead to functional consequnces such as therapy resistance and metastasis. We work with cell cultures, patient samples, and mouse models, and employ cutting-edge microscopy and sequencing technologies. For more information please contact Ofer.

  • Prof. Samuel Safran | link for homepage

    Department of Chemical and Biological Physics
    PhD position

    Theoretical biological physics of cells - including mesoscale structure and dynamics of the cytoplasm and of the nucleus. Most projects are in collaboration with experimental partners.  Strong background in statistical physics and soft matter physics is very useful. For examples of our research and publications see:   https://www.weizmann.ac.il/chembiophys/SafranGroup/ 

  • Prof. Jacob Sagiv

    Department of Molecular Chemistry and Materials Science Perlman
    Postdoc position

    Development and study of a novel class of unconventional organic-inorganic single-layer materials, their multiscale (nanometer-to-centimeter) patterning, and investigation of their unusual electrical properties.

  • Prof. Joel Stavans | link for homepage

    Department of Physics of Complex Systems
    Postdoc position

    Ecological systems biology of natural bacterial communities

  • Prof. Joel Stavans | link for homepage

    Department of Physics of Complex Systems
    PhD position

    Study the interplay of coupled circadian clocks in multicellular cyanobacterial filaments with differentiation processes

  • Prof. Joel Stavans | link for homepage

    Department of Physics of Complex Systems
    PhD position

    Ecological systems biology of natural microbial communities

  • Prof. Joel Stavans | link for homepage

    Department of Physics of Complex Systems
    MSc position

    Target location during horizontal gene transfer in bacteria

  • Prof. Joel Stavans | link for homepage

    Department of Physics of Complex Systems
    MSc position

    Modeling pattern formation in a natural two dimensional system with stochastic Turing instabilities

  • Prof. Joel Stavans | link for homepage

    Department of Physics of Complex Systems
    MSc position

    Study the interplay of coupled circadian clocks in multicellular cyanobacterial filaments with differentiation processes.

  • Prof. Victor Steinberg | link for homepage

    Department of Physics of Complex Systems
    Postdoc position

    Study of dynamics of viscoelastic straight channel flow, the role of inertial effect on its properties, and possible relation between elastic and elasto-inertial turbulence.

  • Prof. Gideon Schreiber | link for homepage

    Department of Biomolecular Sciences
    MSc rotation
    Available Rotations: 1st,2nd,3rd

    Understanding the evolution of variants of SARS-CoV-2, and drug development that will be effective against future variants. 

  • Prof. Gideon Schreiber | link for homepage

    Department of Biomolecular Sciences
    MSc rotation
    Available Rotations: 1st,2nd,3rd

    Investigating protein-protein interactions and interferon actions

  • Dr. Assaf Tal | link for homepage

    Department of Chemical and Biological Physics
    PhD position

    Developing new neuroimaging methods for studying brain physiology in humans and understanding neurological diseases.

  • Dr. Assaf Tal | link for homepage

    Department of Chemical and Biological Physics
    MSc position

    Developing new neuroimaging methods for studying brain physiology in humans and understanding neurological diseases.

  • Dr. Assaf Tal | link for homepage

    Department of Chemical and Biological Physics
    MSc rotation
    Available Rotations: 1st,2nd,3rd

    Developing new methods for imaging the human brain and understanding neurological diseases.

  • Prof. Ziv Reich | link for homepage

    Department of Biomolecular Sciences
    PhD position

    The Reich lab (Weizmann Institute of Science) and the Shental lab (Open University) are looking for outstanding PhD students or postdoctoral researchers for a large-scale environmental microbiome research project. The project would survey the microbiome of plants and soil in high resolution, thus asking both basic science and translational questions. The candidate will be involved in developing novel analysis algorithms, and in large scale analysis of already collected data.

  • Prof. Ziv Reich | link for homepage

    Department of Biomolecular Sciences
    Postdoc position

    The Reich lab (Weizmann Institute of Science) and the Shental lab (Open University) are looking for outstanding PhD students or postdoctoral researchers for a large-scale environmental microbiome research project. The project would survey the microbiome of plants and soil in high resolution, thus asking both basic science and translational questions. The candidate will be involved in developing novel analysis algorithms, and in large scale analysis of already collected data.

  • Prof. Ziv Reich | link for homepage

    Department of Biomolecular Sciences
    MSc rotation
    Available Rotations: 1st,2nd,3rd

    Engineering of drought resistant crops using genome editing techniques

  • Prof. Ziv Reich | link for homepage

    Department of Biomolecular Sciences
    MSc rotation
    Available Rotations: 1st,2nd,3rd

    We are interested in dynamics of microbial communities; the evolution of their lineage, genomic and phenotypic makeup in relation to the environment.

  • Prof. Oren Schuldiner | link for homepage

    Department of Molecular Cell Biology
    PhD position

    Developmental Neurobiology: Molecular mechanisms of neuronal remodeling

  • Prof. Ari Elson | link for homepage

    Department of Molecular Genetics
    MSc rotation
    Available Rotations: 1st,2nd,3rd

    How do fusing cells known when to stop fusing?

  • Prof. Ari Elson | link for homepage

    Department of Molecular Genetics
    MSc position

    How do fusing cells know when to stop fusing?

  • Prof. Ari Elson | link for homepage

    Department of Molecular Genetics
    Postdoc position

    How do fusing cells stop fusing?

  • Prof. Ari Elson | link for homepage

    Department of Molecular Genetics
    PhD position

    How do fusing cells stop fusing?

  • Prof. Ari Elson | link for homepage

    Department of Molecular Genetics
    MSc position

    Formation and function of osteoclasts (bone resorbing cells) in vitro and in vivo, in health and disease.

  • Prof. Ari Elson | link for homepage

    Department of Molecular Genetics
    MSc rotation
    Available Rotations: 1st,2nd,3rd

    Formation and function of osteoclasts (bone resorbing cells) in vitro and in vivo, in health and in disease.

  • Prof. Ari Elson | link for homepage

    Department of Molecular Genetics
    PhD position

    Formation and function of osteoclasts (bone resorbing cells) in vitro and in vivo, in health and in disease.

  • Dr. Baran Eren | link for homepage

    Department of Chemical and Biological Physics
    Postdoc position

    Designing and building electrochemical and thermal micro-reactor cells for in situ XPS measurements. Reactor cells will be designed both in static mode or in flow mode, using a an x-ray and electron-transparent membrane windows. Reactions of interest include Fischer-Tropsch Synthesis with Co nanoparticles, electrochemical CO2 reduction with Cu nanoparticles, and energy storage reactions with battery electrodes and electrolytes. 
    Measurements will be conduced at the Brookhaven National Laboratory in the US. Therefore, flexibility in traveling to the US and staying longer periods are necessary. 
    Applicants should have expertise either in XPS (or other in-situ surface characterization techniques), physical electrochemistry, or handling UHV equipment.

  • Dr. Baran Eren | link for homepage

    Department of Chemical and Biological Physics
    PhD position

    Designing & building micro-reactors for in-situ electron microscopy measurement under electrochemical reaction conditions. In collaboration with the EM-Unit, performing experiments with these micro-reactors, optimizing the process, and revealing insights about various electrodes. Materials of interest include Cu for CO2 reduction in aqueous solutions, and battery electrodes for energy storage in organic solutions. Additional spectroscopy experiments with similar micro-reactors will be performed abroad in user facilities.  

  • Dr. Baran Eren | link for homepage

    Department of Chemical and Biological Physics
    MSc rotation
    Available Rotations: 1st,2nd,3rd

    Participating in our experiments on surface-sensitive microscopy and spectroscopy techniques to monitor the processes at the solid-gas interface. 

  • Dr. Baran Eren | link for homepage

    Department of Chemical and Biological Physics
    MSc position

    Designing & building micro-reactors for in-situ electron microscopy measurement under electrochemical reaction conditions. In collaboration with the EM-Unit, performing experiments with these micro-reactors, optimizing the process, and revealing insights about various electrodes. Materials of interest include Cu for CO2 reduction in aqueous solutions, and battery electrodes for energy storage in organic solutions. Additional spectroscopy experiments with similar micro-reactors will be performed abroad in user facilities.  

  • Dr. Baran Eren | link for homepage

    Department of Chemical and Biological Physics
    PhD position

    PhD position in designing new methods with UHV-AFM that can provide chemical sensitivity from surfaces. The method relies on distinguishing vdW and electrostatic forces, as well retarded non non-retarded regimes in vdW interactions. 
    Experience in either handling UHV, AFM, or Python coding required. 

  • Prof. Michael Fainzilber | link for homepage

    Department of Biomolecular Sciences
    Postdoc position

    Size and growth control in neurons and other large cells - do cells sense their own size and how can they do that?

  • Prof. Michael Fainzilber | link for homepage

    Department of Biomolecular Sciences
    PhD position

    Size and growth control in neurons and other large cells - do cells sense their own size and how can they do that?

  • Prof. Michael Fainzilber | link for homepage

    Department of Biomolecular Sciences
    MSc rotation
    Available Rotations: 1st,2nd,3rd

    Size and growth control in neurons and other large cells - do cells sense their own size and how can they do that?

  • Dr. Amit Finkler | link for homepage

    Department of Chemical and Biological Physics
    PhD position

    Hybrid quantum devices - combining NV centers in diamond with superconducting resonators via mechanical oscillators

  • Dr. Nir Fluman | link for homepage

    Department of Biomolecular Sciences
    MSc rotation
    Available Rotations: 3rd

    Membrane protein folding and quality control

  • Dr. Nir Fluman | link for homepage

    Department of Biomolecular Sciences
    PhD position

    Membrane protein folding and quality control

  • Dr. Nir Fluman | link for homepage

    Department of Biomolecular Sciences
    MSc position

    Membrane protein folding and quality control

  • Dr. Nir Fluman | link for homepage

    Department of Biomolecular Sciences
    Postdoc position

    Membrane protein folding and quality control

  • Dr. Dvir Gur | link for homepage

    Department of Molecular Genetics
    MSc position

    Chameleons, copepods, fish, and many other organisms, use organic crystals for an astonishing variety of optical functions. These crystals are formed by specialized cells, in which remarkable control over crystal shape, size, and assembly is obtained using strategies that are beyond the state of the art in materials science. While these cells were identified many years ago, almost nothing is known about their biology, particularly the cellular processes involved in organic crystal formation. We use biological tools and physical and chemical methodologies to study the processes organisms use to produce either optically functional or pathological bio-organic crystals. Our primary model organisms for these studies are zebrafish and medaka.

  • Dr. Dvir Gur | link for homepage

    Department of Molecular Genetics
    PhD position

    Chameleons, copepods, fish, and many other organisms, use organic crystals for an astonishing variety of optical functions. These crystals are formed by specialized cells, in which remarkable control over crystal shape, size, and assembly is obtained using strategies that are beyond the state of the art in materials science. While these cells were identified many years ago, almost nothing is known about their biology, particularly the cellular processes involved in organic crystal formation. We use biological tools and physical and chemical methodologies to study the processes organisms use to produce either optically functional or pathological bio-organic crystals. Our primary model organisms for these studies are zebrafish and medaka.

  • Dr. Dvir Gur | link for homepage

    Department of Molecular Genetics
    MSc rotation
    Available Rotations: 1st,2nd,3rd

    Chameleons, copepods, fish, and many other organisms, use organic crystals for an astonishing variety of optical functions. These crystals are formed by specialized cells, in which remarkable control over crystal shape, size, and assembly is obtained using strategies that are beyond the state of the art in materials science. While these cells were identified many years ago, almost nothing is known about their biology, particularly the cellular processes involved in organic crystal formation. We use biological tools and physical and chemical methodologies to study the processes organisms use to produce either optically functional or pathological bio-organic crystals. Our primary model organisms for these studies are zebrafish and medaka.
     

  • Dr. Dvir Gur | link for homepage

    Department of Molecular Genetics
    Postdoc position

    Chameleons, copepods, fish, and many other organisms, use organic crystals for an astonishing variety of optical functions. These crystals are formed by specialized cells, in which remarkable control over crystal shape, size, and assembly is obtained using strategies that are beyond the state of the art in materials science. While these cells were identified many years ago, almost nothing is known about their biology, particularly the cellular processes involved in organic crystal formation. We use biological tools and physical and chemical methodologies to study the processes organisms use to produce either optically functional or pathological bio-organic crystals. Our primary model organisms for these studies are zebrafish and medaka.
     

  • Prof. Gilad Haran | link for homepage

    Department of Chemical and Biological Physics
    MSc rotation
    Available Rotations: 2nd,3rd

    Nanoplasmonics- interaction of light with small metallic particles and molecules

  • Prof. Gilad Haran | link for homepage

    Department of Chemical and Biological Physics
    MSc rotation
    Available Rotations: 2nd,3rd

    Single-molecule fluorescence experiments to study protein folding and dynamics.

  • Prof. Jeffrey Gerst | link for homepage

    Department of Molecular Genetics
    Postdoc position

    Intracellular and intercellular RNA trafficking

  • Prof. Jeffrey Gerst | link for homepage

    Department of Molecular Genetics
    MSc rotation
    Available Rotations: 2nd,3rd

    Intracellular and intercellular mRNA trafficking

  • Prof. Jeffrey Gerst | link for homepage

    Department of Molecular Genetics
    PhD position

    Intracellular and intercellular mRNA trafficking

  • Prof. Talila Volk | link for homepage

    Department of Molecular Genetics
    Postdoc position

    Transcriptional sensitivity to nuclear mechanical outputs in muscle fibres.  

  • Prof. Yardena Samuels | link for homepage

    Department of Molecular Cell Biology
    MSc rotation
    Available Rotations: 1st,2nd,3rd

    Immunotherapy has sparked new hope for oncology in recent years, due to its remarkable ability to induce durable response in patients with metastatic cancer. It is therefore essential to accurately delineate the interactions of cancer cells with the immune system. The project will use multiomic tools including whole exome sequencing , RNAseq, ribosome profiling, proteomic, HLA-peptidomics and systems biology to decipher the genetic, neo-antigenic and immune landscape in melanoma. Followup functional and immunological analysis of  relevant genes and neoantigens will be conducted using novel mouse models. 

  • Prof. Yardena Samuels | link for homepage

    Department of Molecular Cell Biology
    Postdoc position

    Immunotherapy has sparked new hope for oncology in recent years, due to its remarkable ability to induce durable response in patients with metastatic cancer. It is therefore essential to accurately delineate the interactions of cancer cells with the immune system. The project will use multiomic tools including whole exome sequencing , RNAseq, ribosome profiling, proteomic, HLA-peptidomics and systems biology to decipher the genetic, neo-antigenic and immune landscape in melanoma. Followup functional and immunological analysis of  relevant genes and neoantigens will be conducted using novel mouse models. 

  • Prof. Yardena Samuels | link for homepage

    Department of Molecular Cell Biology
    PhD position

    Immunotherapy has sparked new hope for oncology in recent years, due to its remarkable ability to induce durable response in patients with metastatic cancer. It is therefore essential to accurately delineate the interactions of cancer cells with the immune system. The project will use multiomic tools including whole exome sequencing , RNAseq, ribosome profiling, proteomic, HLA-peptidomics and systems biology to decipher the genetic, neo-antigenic and immune landscape in melanoma. Followup functional and immunological analysis of  relevant genes and neoantigens will be conducted using novel mouse models. 

  • Prof. Yardena Samuels | link for homepage

    Department of Molecular Cell Biology
    MSc position

    Immunotherapy has sparked new hope for oncology in recent years, due to its remarkable ability to induce durable response in patients with metastatic cancer. It is therefore essential to accurately delineate the interactions of cancer cells with the immune system. The project will use multiomic tools including whole exome sequencing , RNAseq, ribosome profiling, proteomic, HLA-peptidomics and systems biology to decipher the genetic, neo-antigenic and immune landscape in melanoma. Followup functional and immunological analysis of  relevant genes and neoantigens will be conducted using novel mouse models. 

  • Dr. Neta Regev-Rudzki | link for homepage

    Department of Biomolecular Sciences
    Postdoc position

    Applicants with a strong research background at the intersection of molecular biology, biochemistry, imaging and/or biophysics are encouraged to apply. Experience in microbiology, molecular genetics (including CRISPR/Cas9), advanced imaging platforms (including image analysis) or advanced protein chemistry is advantageous.

    This is a full-time position available from June 2021 for a period of three years with a possibility of a further extension subject to funding availability.

    Candidate should send a cover letter and CV (includes a publication list) to Dr. Neta Regev-Rudzki.

    For any informal inquiries please contact us by email at

    neta.regev-rudzki@weizmann.ac.il

  • Dr. Neta Regev-Rudzki | link for homepage

    Department of Biomolecular Sciences
    PhD position

    Applicants with a research background at the intersection of molecular biology, biochemistry, imaging and/or biophysics are encouraged to apply. Experience in microbiology, molecular genetics (including CRISPR/Cas9), advanced imaging platforms (including image analysis) or advanced protein chemistry is advantageous.

    This is a full-time position available from June 2021 for a period of 4 years with a possibility of a further extension subject to funding availability.

    Candidate should send a cover letter and CV (includes a publication list) to Dr. Neta Regev-Rudzki.

    For any informal inquiries please contact us by email at

    neta.regev-rudzki@weizmann.ac.il

  • Dr. Neta Regev-Rudzki | link for homepage

    Department of Biomolecular Sciences
    Postdoc position

    PhD and Post-Doc positions

  • Dr. Rita Schmidt | link for homepage

    Department of Brain Sciences
    Postdoc position

    Imaging the human brain: ultra-high field MRI and new biomarkers for brain function

  • Dr. Rita Schmidt | link for homepage

    Department of Brain Sciences
    MSc position

    Imaging the human brain: ultra-high field MRI and new biomarkers for brain function

  • Dr. Rita Schmidt | link for homepage

    Department of Brain Sciences
    MSc rotation
    Available Rotations: 1st,2nd,3rd

    Imaging the human brain: ultra-high field MRI and new biomarkers for brain function

  • Dr. Rita Schmidt | link for homepage

    Department of Brain Sciences
    PhD position

    Imaging the human brain: ultra-high field MRI and new biomarkers for brain function

  • Dr. Rina Rosenzweig | link for homepage

    Department of Chemical and Structural Biology
    Postdoc position

    NMR studies of transient chaperone-substrate interactions

  • Dr. Rina Rosenzweig | link for homepage

    Department of Chemical and Structural Biology
    PhD position

    NMR studies of transient chaperone-substrate interactions

  • Dr. Rina Rosenzweig | link for homepage

    Department of Chemical and Structural Biology
    MSc rotation
    Available Rotations: 1st,2nd,3rd

    Elucidating the role of molecular chaperones in cancer

  • Dr. Rina Rosenzweig | link for homepage

    Department of Chemical and Structural Biology
    PhD position

    Studying the structure function relationship of molecular chaperone complexes involved in protein disaggregation.

  • Dr. Rina Rosenzweig | link for homepage

    Department of Chemical and Structural Biology
    MSc position

    Understanding the mechanism by which molecular chaperones prevent the formation of amyloid fibers, thereby protecting our cells from neurodegenerative and misfolding diseases

  • Dr. Rina Rosenzweig | link for homepage

    Department of Chemical and Structural Biology
    PhD position

    Elucidating the role of molecular chaperones in cancer

  • Prof. Michal Neeman | link for homepage

    Department of Biological Regulation
    Postdoc position

    The objective of this study is to better understand the state and severity of infection during pregnancy and its effect on fetal development and neonatal outcome.

  • Prof. Michal Neeman | link for homepage

    Department of Biological Regulation
    MSc position

    Covid-19 in pregnancy

  • Prof. Michal Neeman | link for homepage

    Department of Biological Regulation
    PhD position

    ECM crosslinking in pathology and physiology

  • Prof. Michal Neeman | link for homepage

    Department of Biological Regulation
    Postdoc position

    Covid-19 in pregnancy:   Analysis of MRI of the placenta

    Multimodal imaging of vascular morphogenesis in embryo implantation and placenta function

    Targeted therapy of the placenta

  • Prof. Michal Neeman | link for homepage

    Department of Biological Regulation
    MSc rotation
    Available Rotations: 1st,2nd,3rd

    MRI and optical imaging of angiogenesis: reproduction, development and cancer.

    Covid-19 in pregnancy: Analysis of human placenta and maternal-fetal sera dyads 

  • Prof. Michal Sharon | link for homepage

    Department of Biomolecular Sciences
    Postdoc position

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

  • Prof. Michal Sharon | link for homepage

    Department of Biomolecular Sciences
    MSc rotation
    Available Rotations: 1st,2nd,3rd

    Studying large protein complexes involved in the protein degradation pathway using a novel mass spectrometry approach.

  • Prof. Michal Sharon | link for homepage

    Department of Biomolecular Sciences
    MSc rotation
    Available Rotations: 1st,2nd,3rd

    Studying the structure function relationship of protein complexes involved the protein degradation pathway

  • Dr. Rotem Arnon-Friedman | link for homepage

    Department of Physics of Complex Systems
    MSc position

    The study of quantum information unveils new possibilities for remarkable forms of computation, communication, and cryptography. We study the fundamental aspects of quantum entanglement and the unique ways of using them in quantum information processing tasks, such as quantum cryptography. We work on the theory side, utilizing insights and tools from the study of quantum physics, theoretical computer science and classical information theory. 

    The positions are relevant for students with physics, computer science and/or mathematics background. 
    Students from the Physics Department-- no need to come with background in computer science.
    Students from the Computer Science Department-- no need to come with background in physics.