PhD and MSc Theses

PhD and MSc Theses, since 1988

Advisor PROFESSOR EMERITUS Benjamin Brenner
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No of theses 13
Department Medicine
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Student's Name Graduation Year Degree Abstracts Research Name
Levin Carina 2017 PhD The Role of Microparticles in the Pathophysiology and Complications of BETA-Thalassemia
Harlev Shimrit 2015 PhD Abstracts Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia Cell Exhibit Regulatory B-cell Properties as a Mechanism of Immune Evasion
Shomer-Prital Einat 2012 PhD Abstracts Identifying Mechanisms through which Microparticles Contribute to Pregnancy Related Complications
Hamed Saher 2010 PhD Abstracts Mechanisms for Impaired Endothelial Progenitor Cell Migration in Type II Diabetes Mellitus
Snir Ayelet 2008 PhD Abstracts Coagulation and Angiogenesis in Placenta
Nadir Yona 2008 PhD Abstracts Regulatory Effect of Heparanase on Tissue Factor and Tissue Factor Pathway Inhibitor
Aharon Anat 2002 PhD Abstracts Procoagulant and Anticoagulant Mechanisms in Human Placenta
Waked Samah 2017 MSc Abstracts The effect of Lenalidomide on Multiple Myeloma Associated Macrophages
Katzenell Sarah 2010 MSc Abstracts Microparticles Involvement in Gestational Vascular Complications Characterized by Excess Coagulability
Bar-on Ortal 2005 MSc Abstracts Human Cancer Procoagulant Purification and Characterisation
Greenberg Theodore 1999 MSc Interaction of Autoantibodies with Platelets in Autoimmune Disorders
Silberman Michal 1996 MSc The Association Between Lupus Anticoagulant Antibodies And Endothelial Cells
Issman Liron 2013 MSc Abstracts Self-Assembly of cell Membrane Shed Microparticles: a Nanostructural Study by Novel Electron Microscopy Methodologies