A lncRNA survey finds increases in neuroprotective LINC‐PINT in Parkinson’s disease substantia nigra
Authors: Alon Simchovitz, Mor Hanan, Nadav Yayon, Songhua Lee, Estelle R. Bennett, David S. Greenberg, Sebastian Kadener, Hermona Soreq
During the second half of 2019 ELSC members have published over 50 peer-reviewed papers, with publications in leading journals in the field of neuroscience, such as Cell, PNAS, Nature Communications and more. The list of publications presented here demonstrates the commitment of ELSC members to
Authors: Julijana Gjorgjieva, Markus Meister, Haim Sompolinsky
Published in PLOS Computational Biology, November 2019
Yoav Matov, from ELSC class 23, wrote a review in The Marker of the most inspiring neuroscience research projects of the year. From genetic editing to a potential cure for Alzheimer's, read his take on the latest groundbreaking work. (In Hebrew)
A research led by Prof. Alexander Binshtok uses cannabidiol to open a channel for drugs to target cancer cells only. This method can deliver chemotherapy drugs directly to malignant cells and bypasses healthy ones. This can mean a significant decrease in serious side effects of chemotherapy, making
The research, which provided the first anatomical reconstruction of the elusive Denisovans, was conducted by Prof. Liran Carmel (Life Sciences), in collaboration with Prof. Eran Meshorer (ELSC and Life Sciences).
In a recent vote, 49% of the readers of Science online chose this incredible research
Prof. Hermona Soreq gave an interview (in Hebrew) on the Israeli TV show "Haolam Hayom" (The world today), in Kan 11. In the interview she addressed a new study that was done on scientists coming back from Antarctica, which showed parts of their brain appeared smaller in MRI scans.
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A research lead by Prof. Hermona Soreq was recently highlighted in an article published in ISRAEL21c, an American online magazine which focuses on technological and scientific advances in Israel.
In this research Prof. Soreq suggests that treatment for mental illness should be different for men