Karen presented a webinar on advances in gene therapy - Rutgers & TAU April 6, 2021
Claire Elsousou received Dean’s Award for Academic Excellence
Danielle Galber admitted as a PhD student to the Sagol School of Neuroscience
Our paper on a silent MYO15A variant is accepted to EJHG!
Our US-Israel Binational Science Foundation Grant with Jeffrey Holt
and Gwen Geleoc is funded Oct 1!
Mor’s paper on cochlear microRNAs is out!
Tal’s paper on inner ear lncRNAs is out!
Our paper "Spectrum of genes for inherited hearing loss in the Israeli Jewish population, including the novel human deafness gene ATOH1” is out in Clinical Genetics!
Amiel Dror & Shahar Taiber’s paper on " mouse model for benign paroxysmal positional vertigo with genetic predisposition for displaced otoconia" is accepted to Genes Brain and Behavior
Congratulations Mor Bordeynik-Cohen, MD-PhD student, for winning the Yitzhak Navon Scholarship of the Ministry of Science and Technology
Congratulations to Shahar Taiber for winning a poster prize at the 2nd International Symposium on Inner Ear Therapeutics in Hannover, Germany and giving a lecture!
Our review on “Genetic therapies for hearing loss: Accomplishments and remaining challenges” was accepted to Neuroscience Letters
Congratulations to Shahar for getting the top scores on his poster at the Broad-ISF Symposium! And as a result, giving a short presentation.
Our paper on "Shear forces drive precise patterning of hair cells in the mammalian inner ear" is on bioRXiv!
Congratulations to Karen Avraham for the Beutler Research Program of Excellence in Genomic Medicine Award
Shahar Taiber has been invited to attend the XIN Innovation Forum event in Beijing in October 2018!