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Jan 20th, 2022Dr. Aldema Sas-Chen won the Eclipse Award for Innovation in High Throughput The award is granted by the RNA Society and is sponsored by Eclipse BioInnovations, a leading commercial genomics company based in San Diego, California
Jan 10th, 2022Viruses and Game Theory A new study from Tel Aviv University has found that, just like humans with Game Theory, viruses called bacteriophages (or phages) weigh all options and finally make an informed decision - whether the time has come to exit the dormant state and attack their bacterial host
Oct 20th, 2021An Open Faculty Position: the Shmunis School of Biomedicine and Cancer Research The Shmunis School of Biomedicine and Cancer Research seeks excellent candidates for a tenure-track faculty position. The position will start either in July or October 2022
Apr 18th, 2021HSTalks with Prof. Isaac P. Witz - Now available for free watch Watch Prof. Isaac Witz fascinating online lecture on the significance of the tumor microenvironment in cancer progression
Apr 11th, 2021The COVID-19 vaccine is less effective against the South African variant The study is the result of a collaboration between researchers at the Clalit Research Institute and Tel Aviv University - Prof. Adi Stern. At this stage, it is difficult to quantify the reduction in the vaccine's effectiveness against the South African variant. However, researchers estimate that this reduction is not extreme.
Mar 11th, 2021Vaccinating breastfeeding mothers against COVID-19 may help protect their According to a new study published by Dr. Yariv Wine and Ph.D Student Aya Kigel of the Shmunis School, joint with the Sourasky Medical Center, vaccinating breastfeeding mothers promotes the production of important antibodies in their breastmilk, potentially contributing to the protection of their nursing babies
Mar 10th, 2021What's new at the Shmunis School for Biomedicine and Cancer Research? Read all the latest news and keep track on February's publications
Jan 25th, 2021Researches created a Chemical Pigment Rainbow A new research sheds some new “colors” on melanin pigments. This research has been conducted by Dr. Ayala Lampel, of the Shmunis school of Biomedicine and Cancer Research and Prof. Rein V. Ulijn of The City University of New York (CUNY)
Oct 1st, 2020Tilapia Lake Virus research is one of most impactful research projects granted The US-Israel Binational Agricultural Research and Development Fund (BARD) has ranked the virology research conducted by Prof. Eran Bacharach (SBCR, TAU) and co-workers as one of the top impactful research projects that it funded over 40 years.
Sep 21st, 2020Faculty Position Faculty Position in the Shmunis School of Biomedicine and Cancer Research, Faculty of Life Sciences, Tel Aviv University, Israel