Past Recipients

2013 GRUSS LIPPER POSTDOCTORAL FELLOWS

Shahaf Armon, Ph.D.
The Hebrew University, Ph.D. 2013
Postdoctoral Lab- Stanford University, Prof. Manu Prakash
A living two-dimensional active fluid: fundamental mechanobiology in the World's simplest animal.


Daniel Soudry, Ph.D.
Technion-Israel Institute of Technology, Ph.D. 2013
Postdoctoral Lab- Columbia University, Prof. Liam Paninski
Combining neuronal activity with anatomical connectivity on a large scale.


Shay Stern, Ph.D.
Weizmann Institute- Ph.D. 2013
Postdoctoral Lab- The Rockefeller University, Prof. Cori Bargmann
Non-genetic differences underlying behavioral variability among individuals.





2013 GRUSS LIPPER POSTDOCTORAL FELLOWS

Nadav Sharon, Ph.D.
Hebrew University, Ph.D. 2012
Postdoctoral Lab- Harvard University- University of Massachusetts Medical School, Dr. Victor Ambros
Human embryonic stem cells differentiation towards β-cells using gene expression based high throughput screening (GE-HTS).





2012 GRUSS LIPPER POSTDOCTORAL FELLOWS

Gal Haimovich, Ph.D.
Technion Israel Institute of Tehnology, Ph.D. 2011
Postdoctoral Lab- Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Prof. Robert Singer
RNA transport and localized translation in neurons.


Ori Bar-Nur, Ph.D.
Hebrew University, Ph.D. 2012
Postdoctoral Lab- Center for Regenerative Medicine/Cancer Center, Massachusetts General Hospital, HHMI
Department of Stem Cell and Regenerative Biology, Harvard University, Prof. Konrad Hochedlinger
Molecular analyisis of direct in-vitro and in-vivo reprogramming of somatic cells to neurons.





2011 GRUSS LIPPER POSTDOCTORAL FELLOWS

Ariel Jaimovich, Ph.D.
Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Ph.D. 2010
Postdoctoral Lab- Stanford University School of Medicine, HHMI, Department of Biochemistry,
Dr. Patrick Brown
Towards A System-level View of mRNA Localization and its Regulation.


Oded Rechavi, Ph.D.
Tel Aviv University, Ph.D. 2010
Postdoctoral Lab- Columbia University, HHMI, Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biophysics, Dr. Oliver Hobert
RNA-Mediated Inheritance of an Acquired Memory.


Past Recipients