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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
Apr 6th, 2020Donated Equipment Aids in Urgent Coronavirus Research Shmunis family gift ramps up the scientific capabilities of the School of Molecular Cell Biology and Biotechnology
Jun 30th, 2019Prof. Judith Berman is Elected Member of European Molecular Biology Organization Prof. Judith Berman was recently named one of 56 new members of the European Molecular Biology Organization (EMBO), a group of more than 1,800 of the most prestigious researchers in Europe and around the world
Apr 16th, 2019The Dvir Lab prints first ever 3D heart using patient’s own cells In a major breakthrough, engineered heart completely matches the cellular and anatomical properties of the patient.
Feb 17th, 2019The 2019 Rappaport Prize for Excellence in the field of Biomedical Research is The Rappaport Prize for Excellence in the field of Biomedical Research is awarded to scientists for groundbreaking or innovative research which has the potential to advance the health of mankind. The research must have real and applicable therapeutic implications for human welfare.
Dec 16th, 2018Dr. Debi Rapaport has been awarded First Prize in the III-Annual Scientific Molecular characterization of CEDNIK syndrome