Hebrew University of Jerusalem
English, Hebrew
Research Interests
The Meshorer lab is studying epigenetic regulation in pluripotent stem cells, and is using embryonic stem cells (ESCs) and induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSCs) to model human neurodegenerative diseases (e.g. Huntington’s disease). In parallel, we are studying Paleo-epigenetics, where we introduce epigenetic changes that differentiate modern from archaic humans into iPSCs, and differentiating those into brain organoids.
Selected Awards
2022 Coordinator, EIC Pathfinder (‘RT-SuperES’)
2019 Gokhman et al. Cell won People’s Choice, Science’s breakthrough
2018 Coordinator, Marie Curie ITN Project award (‘EpiSyStem’)
2016 Gold Medal, 1st Faculty of Medicine, Charles University, Prague
2016 Arthur Gutterman Chair in Stem Cell Research
2015 Vigevani Research Prize
2014 Top ten discoveries of 2014, Archaeology magazine
2013 Zelman Cowen Award (HUJ & Sydney Univ)
2012 Associate PI, EpiGeneSys
2012 Hestrin Prize
2011 ERC starting grant
2010 Elkes Psychobiology Award
2007 Alon Fellow
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