Thu 30 May 2019 | 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Tel Aviv University - Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv,
You want to be a life science and engineering researcher but you do not want to experiment with animals?
The Faculty of Engineering, Animal Animals and Immunology invite you to include short lectures on the subject of the scientific revolution taking place in the field of human research, which leaves the animals outside laboratories.
Thursday, 30.5, Grade 011 in the Faculty of Engineering, Tel Aviv University
Gathering and refreshments at 18:00
• Dr. Ben M. Maoz, a faculty member of the Faculty of Engineering and the Purple School of Neuroscience, will tell us about futuristic technology that will soon be changing the rules of the game – brain on chip
Dr. Adi Stern, a faculty member in the Faculty of Life Sciences, To study the evolution of viruses and how it is going to affect the health of all of us.
• Dr. David Burshtein, a faculty member in the Faculty of Life Sciences, will see how microscopic creatures can be the greatest findings
• Dr. Liron Berkovich, director of the B surgical laboratory at Meir Hospital in cooperation with the Sackler Faculty of Medicine, will give us Was inspired when she told of a drug developed in her laboratory that prevented the recurrence of cancer metastasis in the colon.
• Tehila Bar-Yehuda, a start-up entrepreneur, bio-tech scientist and co-director of The Next Branch, will put it all in the context of the great and important scientific revolution that is taking place here and now and explain how it relates to animals in laboratories.