PhD and MSc Theses

PhD and MSc Theses, since 1988

Advisor Full Professor Maroudas Alice
Advisor's Email alice@tx.technion.ac.il
No of theses 16
Department Biomedical Engineering
Department Web Site http://www.bm.technion.ac.il
Student's Name Graduation Year Degree Abstracts Research Name
Emad Nimer 2004 PhD Abstracts Solute Transport and Kinetics of Binding in Cartilage with and without Applied Static Compression
Israel Ziv 1990 PhD The Changes in the Properties of the Intervertebral Disc
Eve Tsitron 2006 MSc Abstracts Molecular Age and Turnover of Proteoglycans and Collagen of the Human Intervertebral Disc
Chaya Ben-Zaken Zilberstei 2001 MSc Age-Dependent Changes Occurring in Human Articular Cartilage and Its Components
Orit Braun Benyamin 2000 MSc Contribution of the Collagen Network to the Load Bearing Properties of Cartilage Tissue: Influence of Age And Cross-Links
Yael Ben Zaken 2000 MSc The Influence of Growth-Factors on the Metabolism of Chondrocytes in Human Cartilage
Neomi Wolff 2000 MSc Osmotic Pressure of Glycosaminoglycans Characteristic Of Connective Tissues and Proteoglycans Extracted From Human Intervertebral Discs: Influence of Differences in Co
David Rigler 1997 MSc The Effect of Dynamic and Static Compression on The Articular Cartilage Metabolism
Nathlia Uchitel 1995 MSc Age Related Changes in the Proteoglycans of Human Articular Cartilage: Use of Aspartic Acid Racemization to Study Turnover of Proteoglycans
Shlomit Cohen )Erlich( 1995 MSc The Influence of Age and Degeneration on Change in the Osmotic Pressure of the Proteoglycans in the Intervertebral Disc
Sharon Vered-Cohen 1994 MSc Solute Transport in Cartilage with and Without Comprssion
Einat Snir 1994 MSc Penetration of Igf1 and Its Complexesrocytes and in Cartilag
Moshe Sayag 1994 MSc A Computerzed System for Monitoring Cartilage Deformation
Orna Popper 1992 MSc Igf1 Partition Coefficient and Metabolic Effet on Cartilage
Netta Weisman 1990 MSc The Physico Chemical Properties of Articular Cartilage
Yulia Merkher 2006 MSc Abstracts The Effect of New Lubricants on the Friction of Human Cartilageon Cartilage