I grew up in Kibbutz Ketura in the Arava and went to school at Maaleh Shaharut in Kibbutz Yotvata. For my bachelor's degree in life sciences, I studied in the biology/marine biotechnology track at BGU. Then I continued on to PhD studies on the direct track, in the Shraga Segal Department of Microbiology and Immunology in BGU's Faculty of Health Sciences. My post-doc was at the Institute for Stem Cell Biology and Regenerative Medicine (ISCBRM) and the Marine Institute at Stanford University, California.
I love to hike, especially during a full moon. Today, my joy is spending time with my family.
B.Sc in life sciences at Ben- Gurion University. I started my M.Sc in health sciences in October 2019. Working on pregnancy immunology, the maternal fetus immune response.
B.Sc in marine biology at Ruppin Academic Center.
Currently working on the project of Stem cell transplantation in nonclassical model organisms.
I did my B.Sc in medical laboratory sciences at Ben-Gurion University and started my M.Sc on October 2020. I did my project on a novel brachytherapy technic for solid cancer tumors and for my M.Sc I wanted to expend my knowledge and creativity. Currently I am working on a novel stem cell transplantation therapy in Hexacorallians
I did my B.Tech. and M.Tech in Biotechnology from Karunya Institute of Technology and currently pursuing M.Sc. in Ben Gurion University. Working on the analysis of immune response in fish using flow cytometry.