Rosenblum Lab Molecular and Cellular Mechanisms Underlying Learning and Memory


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    Cogratulations to Bella and Sivan on their recently published paper in Nucleic Acids Research!

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    Looking for an intersting Ph.D. research project?

    The Rosenblum and Stern labs are looking for a joint, highly motivated PhD student for the study of bipolar disorder using neurons derived from human patients with genomic variations that are highly associated and documented in bipolar disorder. We have a unique and characterized cohort of patients with these genomic variants. Starting from induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSCs), the student will learn to differentiate iPSCs into hippocampal neuronal cultures and organoids. We are interested in finding disease mechanisms using electrophysiology (such as imaging of calcium transients and whole cell patch clamp) and molecular biology for better understanding of the disease and with the goal of improving treatment. Applicants are invited to send their CV and the names of 2 referees to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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    Prof. Kobi Rosenblum Head of lab

    Tel: 04-8288421

    I am interested in understanding brain and cognitive function in normal and disease states. I hope that better understanding of the normal brain function will enable us to find new ways to fight brain diseases that affect our behaviour and personality. 

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