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Genetics & Cell Bio SuperGroup - Dr. Daniel Benhalevy (NIH)

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Genetics & Cell Bio SuperGroup - Dr. Daniel Benhalevy (NIH), "Studying RNA Binding Proteins at Subcellular Resolution"

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In the talk, Dr. Benhalevy will present his work on Studying RNA Binding Proteins at Subcellular Resolution to Uncover their Roles in Health and Dysregulation in Disease.

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Dr. Benhalevy did his PhD at the Weizmann Institute of Science. Today, he is a postdoc at the NIH with Professor Markus Hafner. Dr. Benhalevy’s interests lie in how cellular pathways are affected by the spatial organization of organelles and molecules. He is studying the mechanisms that rely on RNA localization and RNA-protein interactions.

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The SuperGroups are medium-size (15-30 participitants) virtual meetings, where a postdoctoral reseracher presents their recent findings, in a 40-45 minute talk. The meeting is informal, not recorded, and includes an active discussion during the talk about the results and their interpetation (similar to a lab meeting). We encourage trainees and PIs to attend. PIs from Israel are invited to the meeting, in order to facilitate interactions with faculty members in Israel, increase collaborations, and better prepare scientists abroad towards their return to faculty positions in Israel.

Following the talk, there will be an organic networking session between the participitants.

הפעילות ממומנת ע”י משרד העלייה והקליטה – המרכז לקליטה במדע ואגף יזמות עסקית

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Organizer of Genetics & Cell Bio SuperGroup - Dr. Daniel Benhalevy (NIH)

ScienceAbroad is an Israel-based nonprofit organization that harnesses the power of senior Israeli scientists living abroad. Through its wide-reaching professional and social network, ScienceAbroad inspires connections with local communities, international scientists and with Israel. The network advances scientific achievements, bolsters the Israeli identity of scientists living overseas, and helps facilitate the return of great minds to Israel.

Since its inception in 2006, ScienceAbroad has grown to over 3,900 members across 300 campuses and has established 32 branches worldwide run by scientists who volunteer their time and expertise.

 

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