Ben-Gurion University of the Negev
English, Hebrew
Research Interests
We are fascinated by the beautiful structure of eukaryotic flagella & motile cilia and their ability to generate movement. Powering the locomotion of sperm cells, single-cell algae, kinetoplastids (such as Trypanosomes), and many other cell types, motile cilia are considered the largest eukaryotic machines! We use biochemical, structural, and biophysical methods to reconstitute and characterize individual ciliary complexes, with the overall goal of understanding better how cilia beat. We study ciliary proteins from various sources, including algae, mammals, and parasites.
Selected Awards
The Helen Hay Whitney Postdoctoral Research Fellowship
The Hadassah and Sidney Musher Science Award
YSSP (Young Scientists Support Program) Finalist
All rights reserved Postdoc Israel 2024
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