PhD and MSc Theses

PhD and MSc Theses, since 1988

Advisor PROF. Dale Frank
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No of theses 24
Department Medicine
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Student's Name Graduation Year Degree Abstracts Research Name
Fedarenchik Pavel 2023 PhD Abstracts The Changes in TALE Class Meis Proteins during Metazoan Evolution, and their Functional Effects on Neural Patterning
Volovik Yael 2015 PhD Abstracts Functional Interactions between Meis3 and Tsh1 Proteins Control Anterior-Posterior Pattern Formation during Early Nervous System Development in Vertebrate Embryos
Bin-Nun Naama 2014 PhD Abstracts Protein Tyrosine Kinase 7 (PTK7) Interacts with the Canonical Wnt Signaling Pathway in the Developing Xenopus laevis Nervous System
Gutkovich Yoni Evgeni 2014 PhD Abstracts Transcription Factor Network and Signaling Pathway Interactions Specify Posterior Neural Cell Fates in the Xenopus Embryo
Avital-Shacham Meirav 2011 PhD Study of the Interaction between PP2A and the NTPDASE4 Gene Products and their Contribution to Induction of Cell Death by the Adenovirus E4orF4 Protein
Fonar Yuri 2010 PhD Abstracts Focal Adhesion Kinase (FAK) Protein Regulates Wnt Signaling During Xenopus Laevis Development
Elkouby Yaniv 2010 PhD Abstracts The Embryonic Posterior Nervous System is Induced by Paraxial Mesoderm via Wnt3a and Meis3
Snir Mirit 2006 PhD Abstracts The Xenopus POU91 Protein Regulates Cellular Competence during Early Development
Tsabar Nir 2005 PhD Abstracts A Functional Screen to Identify Genes Involved in Neural Crest Induction
Aamar Emil 2003 PhD Abstracts The Role of XMeis3 Protein in Anterior-Posterior Pattern Formation During Early Embryo Development in Xenopus laevis
Dibner Charna 2002 PhD Abstracts The Role of XMeis3 Protein in Xenopus laevis Embryo Nervous System Development
Zetser Anna 2002 PhD Abstracts Involvement of MAP Kinase Signal Transduction Pathways in the Differentiation of Skeletal Muscle
Nachaliel Nira 1999 PhD Molecular Pathways Regulating Axis Formation in the Xenopus Laevis Embryo
Henig Klara 1998 PhD The Role of the Xlpou19 Protein During Early Development of Xenopus Laevis
Bonshtein Lilach 1998 PhD Neural Crest Induction During Early Vertebrate Development
Lavee Dagan 2012 MSc Abstracts Complex Interactions of Morphogens and their Role in Myogenesis
Cohen Yasmin 2018 MSc Abstracts The Role of Protein Tyrosine Kinase 7 (PTK7) in Regulating the Wnt Signaling Pathway
Atweh Shehadeh Nardeen 2018 MSc Abstracts Platelet Function in Inflammatory Disorders
Michaelov Ariel 2014 MSc Abstracts Regulation of Hindbrain or Spinal Cord Cell-Fate Choices during Early Xenopus Laevis Development
Polevoy Hanna 2014 MSc Abstracts FoxD1 Protein Regulates Dorso-Ventral Mesoderm Specification during Early Embryonic Development
Shifman Anastasia 2011 MSc Abstracts FoxD1 Protein Regulates Neural Cell Fate Specification during Early Xenopus Laevis Development
Gefen Aharon 2008 MSc Abstracts XMeis3 Protein Activates a Hindbrain Inducing Center Formation by Turning on FGF3 Expression during Vertebrate Development
Elkouby Yaniv 2007 MSc Abstracts Canonical Wnt Signaling Acts through XMeis3 Protein to Specify Posterior Cell Fates in the Developing CNS of X.laevis Embryos
Re’em Yael 1996 MSc Regulation of Muscle Formation During Amphibian Development