Past members of the Lab

Emmy KinartyAmalia (Emmy) Kinarty, M.Sc.

Current position: Microbiology lab, Carmel Medical Center. 
email: ekinarty@gmail.com

 


Lea CeremLea Cerem, M.Sc.

Current position: Nanospun Technologies, Ltd.

email: ceremlea@gmail.com

 


Sharon DaniliucSharon Daniliuc, PhD.

M.Sc. thesis:  Effects of hypoxia and reoxygenation on the expression of iNOS gene expression: divergent regulation in macrophages and endothelial cells (2002) 
Current position: R&D at Biological Industries
email: sharon.daniliuc@gmail.com 


Doron RosenzweigDoron Rosenzweig, PhD.

M.Sc. Thesis: The molecular mechanisms regulating the decrease in tissue inhibitor of metalloproteinase 2 (TIMP-2) by hypoxia in human endothelial cells (2003).
Current position:  Medical Science Liaison, Novartis.
email:  doron.uk.il@gmail.com


Alex RosenthalAlex Rosenthal, M.D., M.Sc.

M.Sc. Thesis: The effects of hypoxia and reoxygenation on the expression of MMP-2 and MMP-9 and their inhibitors TIMP-1 and TIMP-2 in mouse macrophages: Effects of nitric oxide on TIMP-2 (2003)
Current position: MD at the Gastro Institute, Carmel Medical Center
email: rozenal@gmail.com


Barak MaromBarak Marom, PhD.

M.Sc. thesis: The role of hypoxia in the regulation of fibronectin fragmentation and MMPs expression in human macrophages (2004).
Current position: Senior Biologist, Pixcell-Medical Technologies LTD.
email: bmarom@gmail.com


Yael ElbazYael Elbaz-Teboul, M.Sc.,

M.Sc. thesis: Post-translational regulation of iNOS in normoxia and hypoxia in macrophages and tumor cells (2005).

Current position: Project manager, AIT-Applied Immune Technologies
email: yayouel@gmail.com


Miri GorenMiri Goren, PhD.

PhD thesis: Effects of hypoxia on the expression and activity of TIMP-2 in mouse macrophages (2005).
Current position:
email: miri.goren@gmail.com

 


Bat-Chen Amit-CohenBat-Chen Amit-Cohen, PhD.

M.Sc. thesis:  Macrophage functions in a double hit model and its regulation by different oxygen concentrations (2006)
PhD thesis: The hypoxic regulation of EMMPRIN, VEGF and MMP-9 in solid tumors (2011).
Current position: Project Leader, Protalix Biotheapeutics

email: cheni.amit@gmail.com


Daphna Reich, M.Sc.

M.Sc. thesis: Hypoxia increases the secretion of lactate, LDH-A and enolase-1 from mouse macrophages: possible role in induction of inflammatory response (2008). 

Current position:
email: daphis@gmail.com


Sigalit Pinchevsky, M.Sc.

M.Sc. thesis: The effects of hypoxia on macrophage activation via trafficking of secreted proteins: Involvement of the cytoskeleton (2008). 

Current position:
email:


Miriam WalterMiriam Walter, M.Sc. 

M.Sc. thesis: EMMPRIN vaccination: effects on tumor progression and angiogenesis via inhibition of MMP-9 and VEGF (2011).

Current position: Research Assistant, the Otto Yang lab, Department of Medicine, University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), CA
email: miriam.filman@gmail.com