A new study has found that a specific drug regimen administered before and after surgery significantly reduces the risk of postsurgical cancer recurrence through metastasis. The research has just been published in Clinical Cancer Research.
Congratulations to Dr. Liad Mudrik for her selection of Forbes Israel’s list of influential women
Liad Mudrik is an esteemed researcher and lecturer with two doctorates, one in philosophy and one in neuroscience from Tel Aviv University.
For years, Mudrik has been able to combine these two worlds and make academic knowledge accessible to the public. In her appearances in the media, she conveys about the wonders of the human brain.
The full article appears in the July issue of Forbes Israel
Brandeis University neuroscientist Prof. Eve Marder, who just received an honorary doctorate from Tel Aviv University, spends most of her time researching lobsters and crabs. Read the full article in Jerusalem Post
Dr. Eran Perlson’s laboratory
“Microrna Transport in Axons of Motor Neurons: Implications In Health and Disease”.
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“Mri Study of the Temporal and Spatial Evolution Of Neuroplasticity”.
Prof. Mark Weiser’s laboratory
A Randomized Controlled Trial Assessing the Combined Effects of Oxytocin and Oxytocin Based Social Intervention (OBSI) in the Treatment of Patients with Schizophrenia.
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Understanding the role of astrocytes as scavenging cells in Alzheimer’s Disease.
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New and Evolving Field of Immune Mediated Neuropathology
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Gene Therapy for Multiple System Atrophy: A Combination of Genes to Treat Oxidative Stress and Excitotoxicity In Animal Models.
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Neural Mechanisms Underlying Voluntary Behavior: Representation of Action Affordance, Selection and Preparation in the Human Brain