Hebrew University of Jerusalem
English, Hebrew
Research Interests
Our research is at the interface of Computer Science, Physics, and Biology, focusing on the representation, inference and design of multicellular systems. We develop computational frameworks, based on ideas rooted in dynamical systems theory and machine learning to better understand how cells encode multiple layers of spatial and temporal information, and how to efficiently decode that information from single-cell data. We aim to uncover organization principles underlying information processing, division of labor, collective cellular function, and self-organization of multicellular structures.
Selected Awards
Azrieli Early Career Faculty Fellowship
Alon Fellowship
Google Research Scholar Award
Eric and Sheila Samson Prime Minister’s Researcher Recruitment Prize
John Harvard Distinguished Science Fellowship in the Physical Sciences
James S. McDonnell Postdoctoral Fellowship Award for Complex Systems
Eric and Wendy Schmidt Postdoctoral Award
CHE Scholarship Award for Excellent Women Postdoctoral Researchers
Azrieli PhD Fellowship for Sciences
Carl Friedrich Gauss Research Fellowship, Max Planck Society
Multiple competitive research grants (ERC Starting Grant, ISF, MALAG, and more)
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