Nov 29th, 2023November 2023: Sas-Chen wins FEBS Excellence Award Congratulations to Dr. Aldema Sas-Chen, Edmond J. Safra affiliate (Life Sciences) who won the FEBS Excellence Award.
Nov 23rd, 2023November 2023: Rechavi: Deciphering the Mechanism of Inheritance In a new study led by Prof. Oded Rechavi, Edmond J. Safra affiliate, and colleagues, the team discovered that certain traits can be inherited from parents to offspring without any direct interaction with DNA.
Nov 16th, 2023November 2023: Poppenwimer & Mayrose: Perennials vs annuals: Big data on A new study, published in Nature, by Dr. Tyler Poppenwimer, Edmond J. Safra postdoc fellow, and Prof. Itay Mayrose, Edmond J. Safra member (Life Sciences), examined for the first time the lifecycles of plants on a global scale, via the creation of a unique database containing huge quantities of data.
Nov 12th, 2023November 2023: Sprinzak is Full Professor Congratulations to Prof. David Sprinzak who was promoted to Full Professor.
Oct 29th, 2023October 2023: Nir Orlansky awarded excellent student prizes in Computer Science Congratulations to Nir Orlansky, bioinformatics BSc student, who won excellent student prizes in Computer Science.
Oct 16th, 2023October 2023: New clinical bioinformatics course in Medicine Faculty A new course in clinical bioinformatics will be starting this Fall in the Faculty of Medicine.
Oct 9th, 2023October 2023: New Edmond J. Safra member: Dr. Jérôme Tubiana Dr. Jérôme Tubiana is a new faculty member in the School of Computer Science and is joining the Edmond J. Safra Center as a member.
Sep 29th, 2023September 2023: Avraham awarded Shambaugh Prize Prof. Karen Avraham, Edmond J. Safra member and the dean of the Faculty of Medicine, was awarded the International Shambaugh Prize.
Sep 20th, 2023September 2023: Martin Kupiec: Control of telomere length A new research by Prof. Martin Kupiec, Edmond J. Safra member (Life Sciences), uncovered a basic molecular mechanism responsible for maintaining the length of the telomeres.
Sep 10th, 2023September 2023: Sharon Sorin, BSc student in Bioinformatics, developed AI study Sharon Sorin, BSc student in Bioinformatics at TAU, developed AI study program for children.