PhD and MSc Theses

PhD and MSc Theses, since 1988

Advisor PROF. Simone Engelender
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No of theses 13
Department Medicine
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Student's Name Graduation Year Degree Abstracts Research Name
Savyon Mor 2023 PhD Phosphorylation by CDK5 Regulates Synphilin-1 Homeostasis and Aggregation: Implications to Parkinson's Disease
Abu Alhiga Fatimah 2023 PhD Abstracts SIAH Proteins Regulate the Degradation and Intra-Mitochondrial Aggregtion of PINK1: Implications for Mitochondrial Pathology in Parkinson's Diesease
Shani Vered 2014 PhD Abstracts Study of LRRK2 in the Pathogenesis of Parkinson's Disease
Haskin Joseph 2009 PhD Abstracts Characterization of AF-6 as a Novel Parkinson's Disease Related Protein
Avraham Eyal 2009 PhD Abstracts Implication of Protein Phosphorylation in the Pathogenesis of Parkinson's Disease
Liani-Gura Esti 2008 PhD Abstracts Ubiquitylation of Synphilin-1 and its Role in Parkinson's Disease
Eyal Allon 2007 PhD Abstracts Characterization of Synphilin-1 Isoforms and Their Role in Neuronal Toxicity
Farhoud Malik 2022 MSc Abstracts Characterization of Synphilin-1 Knockout Mice: Implications for Chronic Hydrocephalus and Neurodegeneration
Khononov Irina 2018 MSc Study of CDK5 in the Pathogenesis of Parkinson's desease
Abu Alhiga Fatimah 2017 MSc Abstracts Regulation of PINK1 homeostasis in Parkinson's disease
Bishara Sleman 2014 MSc Abstracts Regulation of PINK1 in Parkinson's Disease
Harel Yafit 2012 MSc Abstracts Interaction Between Cdk5 and Synphilin-1 Implications to the Pathogenesis of Parkinson's Disease
Mekies Lucy Naomi 2012 MSc Abstracts Role of Synphilin-1 on the Cellular Pathway of PINK1 and Parkin: Implications for Mitochondrial Dysfunction in Parkinson's Disease