PhD and MSc Theses

PhD and MSc Theses, since 1988

Advisor Professor Weihs Daphne
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No of theses 16
Department Biomedical Engineering
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Student's Name Graduation Year Degree Abstracts Research Name
Yulia Merkher 2019 PhD Rapid Cancer Prognosis and Diagnosis Device Based on Mechanical Identification of Cancer Metastasis
Naama Gal 2012 PhD Abstracts Transport and Localization of Particles Internalized in Living Cancer Cells
Natalya Mizrahi 2012 PhD Abstracts The Effect of Therapeutic Ultrasound on Cell Mechanics
Yathreb Asaad 2017 MSc Abstracts Engineered Nanomaterials and Supramolecular Assemblies for Biomedical Applications
Yaniv Ben-David 2017 MSc Abstracts Modeling of Force Application Mechanisms and Morphologies of Invasive Cancer Cells
Shada Abu Hattum 2016 MSc Abstracts Role of Cell Mechanics in Adipogenesis and Migration
Samer Toume 2016 MSc Abstracts Mechanobiology of cell- substrate interactions during cell migration and morphological changes
Sonbula Massalha 2016 MSc Abstracts Mophology and Force Depend on Metastatic Potential and Microenvironment Stiffness in Breast Cancer Cells
Guy Wiener 2015 MSc Abstracts Cellular Mechanics in the Initial Stages of 3D Cancer Cell Invasion
Ronen Nissim 2015 MSc Abstracts Three-Dimensional Structural Measurement of Invading Metastatic Cells and their Significance to Potential Malignancy Classification
Maayan Schvartzer 2014 MSc Abstracts Evaluation of Intracellular Transport; Mechanics and Dynamics of Breast Cancer Cells
Revital Muscal 2013 MSc Abstracts Metastatic Cancer Cells Indent and Attempt to Invade a Soft Substrate
Diana Goldstein 2013 MSc Abstracts The Distribution of Active Forces in Living Cells in vitro
Maayan Lia Yizraeli 2010 MSc Abstracts The Effects of Electric Fields on Micromechanics of Breast Cancer Cells and Associated Fibroblasts
Liron Dvir 2013 MSc Abstracts The Cytoskeleton and the Nucleus Role during Initial Stages of Metastatic Invasion
Avithal Elias 2014 MSc Abstracts Statistical Analysis of Particle Transport and Interactions in Metastatic Cancer