We are delighted to announce that Dr. Yoav Adam has received a European Research Council (ERC) starting grant.
This grant is designed to support talented early-career scientists who show potential to be research leaders in their field. The Adam Lab will use Voltage Imaging, Optogenetics, and other
During the first half of 2020 ELSC members have published over 50 peer-reviewed papers, with publications in leading journals in the field of neuroscience, such as Nature Neuroscience, Cell, Nature Communications, Neuron, J Neuroscience and more.
The list of publications demonstrates the
ELSC congratulates Johannes Niediek, PhD, for being awarded the Shimon Peres Postdoctoral Fellowship for 2020.
Johannes Niediek, PhD, studied mathematics and physics at the University of Bonn, Germany. He completed his doctoral studies in neuroscience at the Department of Epileptology at the
For the first time ever, the Division of Advancement and External Relations of The Hebrew University of Jerusalem organised a collective visit of foreign ambassadors to Israel. On June 17, 2020, 40 diplomats came to visit labs and meet Hebrew University researchers to learn firsthand the progress
Congratulations Dr. Yoav Adam for winning the prestigious Alon Fellowship for outstanding young researchers
We are delighted to inform you that Dr. Yoav Adam has won the prestigious Alon Fellowship for outstanding young researchers. Congratulations, Yoav, on this remarkable and well-deserved
ELSC is taking the Corona Crisis in stride! On top of the academic efforts to ensure a smooth and productive online semester, the staff, faculty, and students of ELSC are donating their knowledge, skills, and time to fight back against coronavirus and serve the community. From developing a new
Together with the global scientific effort to establish and improve laboratories’ technical ability to perform precise tests on pooled samples, the dynamic strategies proposed in the doctoral students’ paper promise to significantly increase the efficiency of the testing process, which is crucial
A team of 15 researchers and students from the Hebrew University and Hadassah Medical Center have developed a faster and cheaper way to test COVID-19. The team is now working on finding a method that will allow testing over 15,000 people simultaneously.