Our lab studies the intracellular trafficking machineries, their regulation, their normal function, and dysfunction in human diseases.
Using high content screening approaches we perform genetic and drug screens to identify (i) novel pathways that facilitate trafficking of proteins to their cellular destination and (ii) new therapeutic avenues to combat protein accumulation and development of cellular traffic jams (a hallmark of many devastating diseases).
Israel Science Foundation- personal grant
The Zuckerman STEM Fellowship Program for returning scientists
Alon Fellowship, The Planning and Budgeting Committee
Institutional grant for a High Content Screening setup by The Planning and Budgeting committee