PhD and MSc Theses

PhD and MSc Theses, since 1988

Advisor ASSOCIATE PROF. Arnon Henn
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No of theses 12
Department Biology
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Student's Name Graduation Year Degree Abstracts Research Name
Mangapuram Sivasubramanya 2021 PhD Abstracts Characterizing the Auxiliary Nucleotide Binding Sites in RecBCD DNA Helicase, towards Deciphering their Functional Role
Shneyer Boris 2018 PhD Abstracts New Function for the Actin-Based Molecular Motor Myo19 in Mitochondrial Motility and Filopodia Formation
Zananiri Rani 2018 PhD Abstracts Ensemble and Single Molecule Studies of DNA Unwinding by RecBCD
Gaydar Vera 2016 PhD Abstracts Unique Enzymatic Adaptation for the Super Fast RecBCD DNA Helicase
Zattelman Lilach 2020 PhD Abstracts From Enzymatic Adaptation to Cellular Function, How Myosin 1C Isoforms Impact Nucleolus Structure and Function
Elisha Dolev 2024 MSc Role of Myo19, an Actin-based Mitochondria Motor, during Collective Cell Migration
Trestin Alina 2023 MSc MyolC's Effect on Nucleolar Structure and Organization
Jain Kapil 2022 MSc Regulation of Mitochondrial Trafficking by Myosin 19 During Cell Migration
Siegelman Roi 2021 MSc Abstracts A Single-Molecule Study of the Roles of the RecC Subunit in DNA Unwinding by RecBCD
Jbara Alaa 2020 MSc Abstracts Investigation of the Mechanochemistry Properties of the Actin-Based Mitochondria Transporter Myo19 Molecular Motor
Lansky Zipora 2015 MSc Pumilio and its Interaction with RNA
Qadi Johara 2024 MSc Uncovering an Association Between the Human Myosin16 Actin-based Motor and the Peroxisome Supporting its Cytoplasmic Role