PhD and MSc Theses

PhD and MSc Theses, since 1988

Advisor PROF. Amir )Oryan )Orian
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No of theses 15
Department Medicine
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Student's Name Graduation Year Degree Abstracts Research Name
Erez Neta 2021 PhD Abstracts Identification of Ub/UbL-Related Genes that Maintain the Differentiated Identity of Adult Drosophila Gut
Tocci Stefania 2021 PhD Abstracts Novel PRMT5 Targets in Melanoma and Pancreatic Cancer
Khateb Ali 2019 PhD RNF5 in Acute Myeloid Leukemia Development and Progression
Avitan-Hersh Emily 2019 PhD The Role of RNF4, A SUMO-Targeted-Ubiquitin-Ligase, in Melanoma Development and Resistance to Chemotherapy
Flint Brodsly Naama 2018 PhD Abstracts Elucidating a Genetic Network that Maintains the Differentiated-State of Adult Drosophila Melanogaster Gut Enterocytes
Thomas Jane Joy 2017 PhD Abstracts The Role of RNF4 in Activation of Oncogenic Pathways by Selective Protein Stabilization
Koltun Bella 2015 PhD Abstracts The Roles of Degringolade (Dgrn), a SUMO Targeted Ubiquitin Ligase, in Embryonic Development and in Innate Immunity of Drosophila
Yanku Yifat 2015 PhD Abstracts The roles of dHectH9, a Hect Ubiquitin Ligase during Drosophila Development
Boico Olga 2013 PhD Abstracts The Role of dHey, a Transcriptional Repressor, during Drosophila Development
Abed Mona 2012 PhD Abstracts Regulation of Genetic Networks by a SUMO-Targeted Ubiquitin Ligase
Oknin Vaisman Avital 2022 MSc Characterization of a Ubiquitin and RNF4-Dependent Protein Stabilization Pathway in Cancer
Abu Ahmad Yamen 2021 MSc RNF4-Dependent Resistance to Therapy in Melanoma; from Mechanisms to Inhibitors
Israitel Elena 2020 MSc Abstracts Delineating Perturbation(s) of Differentiated Cell Identity During Aging in the Drosophila Midgut
Bukin Elena 2015 MSc Abstracts The Role of Degringolade (Dgrn), a SUMO-Targeted Ubiquitin Ligase, in IMD Signaling and Innate Immunity In Drosophila Melanogaster
Knaneh Hanaa 2009 MSc Abstracts Characterization of the Role of dMyc-Groucho Shared Novel Target Genes in Drosophila Development