The Israeli developmental biology community encompasses several dozens of research groups engaged in the exploration of the different cellular and molecular mechanisms underlying the highly coordinated development of multicellular organisms. Local researchers virtually utilize all the well established model organisms (e.g., fly, warm, fish, mouse, plants, etc.), and the varied research touches almost every aspect in the area of developmental biology.
- Ben-Gurion University of the NegevThe role of cytoskeleton in cell polarity
Tal Burstyn-CohenHomepage of Tal Burstyn-CohenHebrew University of JerusalemPROS1 and TAM signaling in health and disease – from development to ad
Yosef GruenbaumHomepage of Yosef GruenbaumHebrew University of JerusalemThe nuclear lamina in health and disease
Jacob HannaHomepage of Jacob HannaWeizmann Institute of ScienceMolecular regulation of embryonic potency
Karl SkoreckiBar-Ilan UniversityMolecular genetics and human disease
Karina YanivHomepage of Karina YanivWeizmann Institute of ScienceMechanisms of blood and lymphatic vessel formation