PhD and MSc Theses

PhD and MSc Theses, since 1988

Advisor ASSOCIATE PROF. Raymond Coleman
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No of theses 12
Department Medicine
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Student's Name Graduation Year Degree Abstracts Research Name
Bar-Shai Marina 2007 PhD Abstracts The Involvement of Oxidative Stress and NF-kB Activation in the Degradation of Skeletal Muscle Proteins in Immobilization and Aging
Khalilieh Edita 2002 PhD Effects of Hyperbaric Oxygen Treatment on Musculoskeletal Tissues of Aging Female Rats
Fuchs Dror 2002 PhD Abstracts Model of Rat Femoral Head Endoprostheses: Caracterization, Acceleration and Prevention of the Aseptic Loosening Process
Zarzhevsky Nataly 2001 PhD Abstracts Capacity for Recovery and Molecular Mechanisms of Skeletal Muscle Degeneration in Immobilization and Aging
Roisman Isaac 1996 PhD Atrophy and Oxidative Damage of Skeletal Muscles of Aged Rats Subjected to Limb Immobilization – the Effects of Growth Hormone
Klorin Geula 1992 PhD Effects of Growth Hormove (Gh)and Glucocrticoids on Developm
Bar-Shira Batia 1989 PhD Mouse Model for Age-Nealated Bone Loss in Lumbar Vertebrae
Ben-Eliezer Miri 2002 MSc Abstracts Leptin as a Skeletal Growth Factor
Shoham Efrat 2008 MSc Abstracts Efficiency Estimation and Safety of Intratumor Chemotherapy Treatment via a Multi-needle Device of a Superficial Bladder Cancer
Gurman Marina 2008 MSc Abstracts The Effects of Nuclear and Membrane-bound Estrogen Receptors on Accelerated Skeletal Growth: Involvement of Cellular Pathways
Reshef Bankay Ella 2004 MSc Abstracts The Signal Transduction Pathway Involved in the Effect of Metabolic Acidosis on the Development of Chondrocytes in Growth Centers in Mice
Keren Aviad 2004 MSc Abstracts Influence of Estrogen on Endochondral Ossification