• Braginsky Center for the Interface between Science and the Humanities

    Prof. Tzachi Pilpel

    Braginsky Center for the Interface between Science and the Humanities provides funding for projects that focus on the intersection of science and humanities such as neuroscience and psychology; and chemistry and archaeology.

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  • Azrieli Institute for Systems Biology

    Prof. Tzachi Pilpel

    The Azrieli Institute for Systems Biology provides a platform for a large range of disciplines that apply holistic tools to comprehending biological phenomena, from genome architecture and function to model organism development and cancer.

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  • The David and Fela Shapell Family Center for Genetic Disorders Research

    Prof. Elazar Zelzer

    The David and Fela Shapell Family Center for Genetic Disorders Research supports research on Down's syndrome and other genetic disorders. The center utilizes transgenic technologies toward elucidating the molecular mechanisms by which genetic mutations affect cell characteristics.

  • Minerva Center on Live Emulation of Evolution in the Lab

    Prof. Tzachi Pilpel

    The Minerva Center on Live Emulation of Evolution in the Lab was formed in 2014 to conductscientific research in the fields of evolution, genomics and systems biology. The modelorganisms studied in particular are microbial species, worms and humans.

  • The Minerva Center for Decision Making Strategies in Microorganisms

    Prof. Naama Barkai

    The Minerva Center for Decision-Making Strategies in Microorganisms – was established in 2015 and is dedicated to research in probabilistic decision making in bacteria and budding yeast.

  • The Kekst Family Institute for Medical Genetics

    Prof. Ari Elson

    The Kekst Family Institute for Medical Genetics supports research on the genetic mechanisms of life and their application to medicine.

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  • The Aharon Katzir-Katchalsky Center

    Prof. Talila Volk

    The Aharon Katzir-Katchalsky Center was established in 1972, following the tragic death of Aharon Katzir-Katchalski at the hands of terrorists, as a living memorial. The Center promotes activities in physical biology and macromolecular science and in such other areas of science that fall within the wide-ranging interests of Aharon Katzir-Katchalski, especially the impact of scientific and technological advances on human society.

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  • The Kahn Family Research Center for Systems Biology of the Human Cell

    Prof. Naama Barkai

    The Kahn Family Research Center for Systems Biology of the Human Cell fosters high-level research in systems biology, a holistic approach to the study of biology with the objective of simultaneously monitoring all biological processes operating as an integrated system.

  • The Leo and Julia Forchheimer Center for Molecular Genetics

    Prof. Naama Barkai

    The Leo and Julia Forchheimer Center for Molecular Genetics funds research on the molecular and genetic mechanisms that underlie basic biological processes in complex organisms at the level of single-cell organisms and cells in culture.

  • Nella and Leon Benoziyo Center for Neurological Diseases

    Prof. Eran Hornstein

    The Nella and Leon Benoziyo Center for Neurological Diseases promotes research and understanding of the molecular basis of neurological diseases, including developmental disorders of the brain, e.g., fragile X syndrome and Down syndrome, as well as neurodegenerative diseases of the aging brain.