Barak Ravitz

Winner of Kiefer Scholarship 2007

Winner of Kiefer Scholarship in Painting / Sculpture – 2007
a graduate of the Beit Berl College – School of Art, Kfar Saba

Awards and Scholarships

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Dr. Yossi Yovel

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005 Dr. Deborah Fass Department of Structural Biology, Weizmann Institute of Science Research interests: Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005
Dr. Deborah Fass
Department of Structural Biology,

Weizmann Institute of Science

Research interests:

Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Netanel Lindner

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005 Dr. Deborah Fass Department of Structural Biology, Weizmann Institute of Science Research interests: Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005
Dr. Deborah Fass
Department of Structural Biology,

Weizmann Institute of Science

Research interests:

Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Lioz Etgar

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005 Dr. Deborah Fass Department of Structural Biology, Weizmann Institute of Science Research interests: Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005
Dr. Deborah Fass
Department of Structural Biology,

Weizmann Institute of Science

Research interests:

Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Keren Censor

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005 Dr. Deborah Fass Department of Structural Biology, Weizmann Institute of Science Research interests: Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005
Dr. Deborah Fass
Department of Structural Biology,

Weizmann Institute of Science

Research interests:

Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Jakub Abramson

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005 Dr. Deborah Fass Department of Structural Biology, Weizmann Institute of Science Research interests: Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005
Dr. Deborah Fass
Department of Structural Biology,

Weizmann Institute of Science

Research interests:

Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Daniel Deutch

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005 Dr. Deborah Fass Department of Structural Biology, Weizmann Institute of Science Research interests: Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005
Dr. Deborah Fass
Department of Structural Biology,

Weizmann Institute of Science

Research interests:

Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Dana Reichmann

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005 Dr. Deborah Fass Department of Structural Biology, Weizmann Institute of Science Research interests: Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005
Dr. Deborah Fass
Department of Structural Biology,

Weizmann Institute of Science

Research interests:

Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Assaf Rinot

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005 Dr. Deborah Fass Department of Structural Biology, Weizmann Institute of Science Research interests: Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005
Dr. Deborah Fass
Department of Structural Biology,

Weizmann Institute of Science

Research interests:

Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Itay Halevy

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005 Dr. Deborah Fass Department of Structural Biology, Weizmann Institute of Science Research interests: Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005
Dr. Deborah Fass
Department of Structural Biology,

Weizmann Institute of Science

Research interests:

Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr, Maya Bar Sadan

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005 Dr. Deborah Fass Department of Structural Biology, Weizmann Institute of Science Research interests: Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005
Dr. Deborah Fass
Department of Structural Biology,

Weizmann Institute of Science

Research interests:

Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Naama Arad

Winner of Kiefer Scholarship

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005
Dr. Deborah Fass
Department of Structural Biology,

Weizmann Institute of Science

Research interests:

Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Uri Shapira

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005 Dr. Deborah Fass Department of Structural Biology, Weizmann Institute of Science Research interests: Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005
Dr. Deborah Fass
Department of Structural Biology,

Weizmann Institute of Science

Research interests:

Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Sharon Ruthstein

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005 Dr. Deborah Fass Department of Structural Biology, Weizmann Institute of Science Research interests: Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005
Dr. Deborah Fass
Department of Structural Biology,

Weizmann Institute of Science

Research interests:

Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Oded Rechavi

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005 Dr. Deborah Fass Department of Structural Biology, Weizmann Institute of Science Research interests: Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005
Dr. Deborah Fass
Department of Structural Biology,

Weizmann Institute of Science

Research interests:

Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Natalie Elia Herooty

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005 Dr. Deborah Fass Department of Structural Biology, Weizmann Institute of Science Research interests: Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005
Dr. Deborah Fass
Department of Structural Biology,

Weizmann Institute of Science

Research interests:

Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Moran Bercovici

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005 Dr. Deborah Fass Department of Structural Biology, Weizmann Institute of Science Research interests: Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005
Dr. Deborah Fass
Department of Structural Biology,

Weizmann Institute of Science

Research interests:

Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Michael Schapira

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005 Dr. Deborah Fass Department of Structural Biology, Weizmann Institute of Science Research interests: Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005
Dr. Deborah Fass
Department of Structural Biology,

Weizmann Institute of Science

Research interests:

Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Eran Ofek

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005 Dr. Deborah Fass Department of Structural Biology, Weizmann Institute of Science Research interests: Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005
Dr. Deborah Fass
Department of Structural Biology,

Weizmann Institute of Science

Research interests:

Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Barak Dayan

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005 Dr. Deborah Fass Department of Structural Biology, Weizmann Institute of Science Research interests: Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005
Dr. Deborah Fass
Department of Structural Biology,

Weizmann Institute of Science

Research interests:

Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Alex Retzker

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005 Dr. Deborah Fass Department of Structural Biology, Weizmann Institute of Science Research interests: Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005
Dr. Deborah Fass
Department of Structural Biology,

Weizmann Institute of Science

Research interests:

Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Shahal Ilani

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005 Dr. Deborah Fass Department of Structural Biology, Weizmann Institute of Science Research interests: Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005
Dr. Deborah Fass
Department of Structural Biology,

Weizmann Institute of Science

Research interests:

Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Roie Yerushalmi

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005 Dr. Deborah Fass Department of Structural Biology, Weizmann Institute of Science Research interests: Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005
Dr. Deborah Fass
Department of Structural Biology,

Weizmann Institute of Science

Research interests:

Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Orr Dunkelman

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005 Dr. Deborah Fass Department of Structural Biology, Weizmann Institute of Science Research interests: Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005
Dr. Deborah Fass
Department of Structural Biology,

Weizmann Institute of Science

Research interests:

Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Niv Papo

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005 Dr. Deborah Fass Department of Structural Biology, Weizmann Institute of Science Research interests: Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005
Dr. Deborah Fass
Department of Structural Biology,

Weizmann Institute of Science

Research interests:

Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Nathan Keller

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005 Dr. Deborah Fass Department of Structural Biology, Weizmann Institute of Science Research interests: Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005
Dr. Deborah Fass
Department of Structural Biology,

Weizmann Institute of Science

Research interests:

Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Lilach Gilboa

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005 Dr. Deborah Fass Department of Structural Biology, Weizmann Institute of Science Research interests: Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005
Dr. Deborah Fass
Department of Structural Biology,

Weizmann Institute of Science

Research interests:

Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Irit Gat-Viks

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005 Dr. Deborah Fass Department of Structural Biology, Weizmann Institute of Science Research interests: Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005
Dr. Deborah Fass
Department of Structural Biology,

Weizmann Institute of Science

Research interests:

Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Eran Bouchbinder

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005 Dr. Deborah Fass Department of Structural Biology, Weizmann Institute of Science Research interests: Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005
Dr. Deborah Fass
Department of Structural Biology,

Weizmann Institute of Science

Research interests:

Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Ass.Prof. Daniel Podolsky

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005 Dr. Deborah Fass Department of Structural Biology, Weizmann Institute of Science Research interests: Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005
Dr. Deborah Fass
Department of Structural Biology,

Weizmann Institute of Science

Research interests:

Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Prof. Amir Yehudayoff

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005 Dr. Deborah Fass Department of Structural Biology, Weizmann Institute of Science Research interests: Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005
Dr. Deborah Fass
Department of Structural Biology,

Weizmann Institute of Science

Research interests:

Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Tamar Harpaz

Winner of Kiefer Scholarship 2013

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005
Dr. Deborah Fass
Department of Structural Biology,

Weizmann Institute of Science

Research interests:

Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Prof. Itai Ynai

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005 Dr. Deborah Fass Department of Structural Biology, Weizmann Institute of Science Research interests: Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005
Dr. Deborah Fass
Department of Structural Biology,

Weizmann Institute of Science

Research interests:

Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Prof. Amit Kanigel

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005 Dr. Deborah Fass Department of Structural Biology, Weizmann Institute of Science Research interests: Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005
Dr. Deborah Fass
Department of Structural Biology,

Weizmann Institute of Science

Research interests:

Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Tomer Volansky

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005 Dr. Deborah Fass Department of Structural Biology, Weizmann Institute of Science Research interests: Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005
Dr. Deborah Fass
Department of Structural Biology,

Weizmann Institute of Science

Research interests:

Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Sagiv Shifman

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005 Dr. Deborah Fass Department of Structural Biology, Weizmann Institute of Science Research interests: Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005
Dr. Deborah Fass
Department of Structural Biology,

Weizmann Institute of Science

Research interests:

Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Nirit Dudovich

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005 Dr. Deborah Fass Department of Structural Biology, Weizmann Institute of Science Research interests: Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005
Dr. Deborah Fass
Department of Structural Biology,

Weizmann Institute of Science

Research interests:

Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Jacob Hanna

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005 Dr. Deborah Fass Department of Structural Biology, Weizmann Institute of Science Research interests: Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005
Dr. Deborah Fass
Department of Structural Biology,

Weizmann Institute of Science

Research interests:

Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Jacob Gal

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005 Dr. Deborah Fass Department of Structural Biology, Weizmann Institute of Science Research interests: Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005
Dr. Deborah Fass
Department of Structural Biology,

Weizmann Institute of Science

Research interests:

Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. David Nicolas Waldmann

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005 Dr. Deborah Fass Department of Structural Biology, Weizmann Institute of Science Research interests: Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005
Dr. Deborah Fass
Department of Structural Biology,

Weizmann Institute of Science

Research interests:

Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Avinoam Zadok

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005 Dr. Deborah Fass Department of Structural Biology, Weizmann Institute of Science Research interests: Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005
Dr. Deborah Fass
Department of Structural Biology,

Weizmann Institute of Science

Research interests:

Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Anat Levin

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005 Dr. Deborah Fass Department of Structural Biology, Weizmann Institute of Science Research interests: Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005
Dr. Deborah Fass
Department of Structural Biology,

Weizmann Institute of Science

Research interests:

Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Yoel Shkolnisky

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005 Dr. Deborah Fass Department of Structural Biology, Weizmann Institute of Science Research interests: Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005
Dr. Deborah Fass
Department of Structural Biology,

Weizmann Institute of Science

Research interests:

Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Nachum Ulanovsky

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005 Dr. Deborah Fass Department of Structural Biology, Weizmann Institute of Science Research interests: Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005
Dr. Deborah Fass
Department of Structural Biology,

Weizmann Institute of Science

Research interests:

Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Louisa Meshi

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005 Dr. Deborah Fass Department of Structural Biology, Weizmann Institute of Science Research interests: Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005
Dr. Deborah Fass
Department of Structural Biology,

Weizmann Institute of Science

Research interests:

Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Gil Alexandrowicz

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005 Dr. Deborah Fass Department of Structural Biology, Weizmann Institute of Science Research interests: Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005
Dr. Deborah Fass
Department of Structural Biology,

Weizmann Institute of Science

Research interests:

Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Erez Levanon

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005 Dr. Deborah Fass Department of Structural Biology, Weizmann Institute of Science Research interests: Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005
Dr. Deborah Fass
Department of Structural Biology,

Weizmann Institute of Science

Research interests:

Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Amos Tanay

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005 Dr. Deborah Fass Department of Structural Biology, Weizmann Institute of Science Research interests: Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005
Dr. Deborah Fass
Department of Structural Biology,

Weizmann Institute of Science

Research interests:

Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Alex Bronstein

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005 Dr. Deborah Fass Department of Structural Biology, Weizmann Institute of Science Research interests: Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005
Dr. Deborah Fass
Department of Structural Biology,

Weizmann Institute of Science

Research interests:

Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Gilad Ratman

Winner of Kiefer Scholarship 2011

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005
Dr. Deborah Fass
Department of Structural Biology,

Weizmann Institute of Science

Research interests:

Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Yuval Shaked

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005 Dr. Deborah Fass Department of Structural Biology, Weizmann Institute of Science Research interests: Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005
Dr. Deborah Fass
Department of Structural Biology,

Weizmann Institute of Science

Research interests:

Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Shai Meiri

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005 Dr. Deborah Fass Department of Structural Biology, Weizmann Institute of Science Research interests: Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005
Dr. Deborah Fass
Department of Structural Biology,

Weizmann Institute of Science

Research interests:

Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Reuven Cohen

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005 Dr. Deborah Fass Department of Structural Biology, Weizmann Institute of Science Research interests: Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005
Dr. Deborah Fass
Department of Structural Biology,

Weizmann Institute of Science

Research interests:

Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Oren Cohen

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005 Dr. Deborah Fass Department of Structural Biology, Weizmann Institute of Science Research interests: Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005
Dr. Deborah Fass
Department of Structural Biology,

Weizmann Institute of Science

Research interests:

Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Avishay Gal-Yam

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005 Dr. Deborah Fass Department of Structural Biology, Weizmann Institute of Science Research interests: Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005
Dr. Deborah Fass
Department of Structural Biology,

Weizmann Institute of Science

Research interests:

Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Amir Amedi

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005 Dr. Deborah Fass Department of Structural Biology, Weizmann Institute of Science Research interests: Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005
Dr. Deborah Fass
Department of Structural Biology,

Weizmann Institute of Science

Research interests:

Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Taleb Mokari

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005 Dr. Deborah Fass Department of Structural Biology, Weizmann Institute of Science Research interests: Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005
Dr. Deborah Fass
Department of Structural Biology,

Weizmann Institute of Science

Research interests:

Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Masha Niv

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005 Dr. Deborah Fass Department of Structural Biology, Weizmann Institute of Science Research interests: Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005
Dr. Deborah Fass
Department of Structural Biology,

Weizmann Institute of Science

Research interests:

Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Kinneret Keren

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005 Dr. Deborah Fass Department of Structural Biology, Weizmann Institute of Science Research interests: Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005
Dr. Deborah Fass
Department of Structural Biology,

Weizmann Institute of Science

Research interests:

Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Eran Halperin

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005 Dr. Deborah Fass Department of Structural Biology, Weizmann Institute of Science Research interests: Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005
Dr. Deborah Fass
Department of Structural Biology,

Weizmann Institute of Science

Research interests:

Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Ehud Altman

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005 Dr. Deborah Fass Department of Structural Biology, Weizmann Institute of Science Research interests: Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005
Dr. Deborah Fass
Department of Structural Biology,

Weizmann Institute of Science

Research interests:

Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Dan Thomas Major

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005 Dr. Deborah Fass Department of Structural Biology, Weizmann Institute of Science Research interests: Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005
Dr. Deborah Fass
Department of Structural Biology,

Weizmann Institute of Science

Research interests:

Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Anne Bernheim

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005 Dr. Deborah Fass Department of Structural Biology, Weizmann Institute of Science Research interests: Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005
Dr. Deborah Fass
Department of Structural Biology,

Weizmann Institute of Science

Research interests:

Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Ruti Sela

Winner of Kiefer Scholarship 2009

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005
Dr. Deborah Fass
Department of Structural Biology,

Weizmann Institute of Science

Research interests:

Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Nathalie Questembert-Balaban

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005 Dr. Deborah Fass Department of Structural Biology, Weizmann Institute of Science Research interests: Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005
Dr. Deborah Fass
Department of Structural Biology,

Weizmann Institute of Science

Research interests:

Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Julia Kempe

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005 Dr. Deborah Fass Department of Structural Biology, Weizmann Institute of Science Research interests: Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005
Dr. Deborah Fass
Department of Structural Biology,

Weizmann Institute of Science

Research interests:

Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Ilan Koren

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005 Dr. Deborah Fass Department of Structural Biology, Weizmann Institute of Science Research interests: Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005
Dr. Deborah Fass
Department of Structural Biology,

Weizmann Institute of Science

Research interests:

Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Eli C. Lewis

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005 Dr. Deborah Fass Department of Structural Biology, Weizmann Institute of Science Research interests: Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005
Dr. Deborah Fass
Department of Structural Biology,

Weizmann Institute of Science

Research interests:

Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Debbie Lindell

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005 Dr. Deborah Fass Department of Structural Biology, Weizmann Institute of Science Research interests: Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005
Dr. Deborah Fass
Department of Structural Biology,

Weizmann Institute of Science

Research interests:

Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Boaz Tsaban

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005 Dr. Deborah Fass Department of Structural Biology, Weizmann Institute of Science Research interests: Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005
Dr. Deborah Fass
Department of Structural Biology,

Weizmann Institute of Science

Research interests:

Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Yuval Dor

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005 Dr. Deborah Fass Department of Structural Biology, Weizmann Institute of Science Research interests: Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005
Dr. Deborah Fass
Department of Structural Biology,

Weizmann Institute of Science

Research interests:

Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Shiri Artstein-Avidan

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005 Dr. Deborah Fass Department of Structural Biology, Weizmann Institute of Science Research interests: Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005
Dr. Deborah Fass
Department of Structural Biology,

Weizmann Institute of Science

Research interests:

Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Roy Bar-Ziv

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005 Dr. Deborah Fass Department of Structural Biology, Weizmann Institute of Science Research interests: Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005
Dr. Deborah Fass
Department of Structural Biology,

Weizmann Institute of Science

Research interests:

Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Jeff Steinhauer

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005 Dr. Deborah Fass Department of Structural Biology, Weizmann Institute of Science Research interests: Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005
Dr. Deborah Fass
Department of Structural Biology,

Weizmann Institute of Science

Research interests:

Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Ido Dagan

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005 Dr. Deborah Fass Department of Structural Biology, Weizmann Institute of Science Research interests: Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005
Dr. Deborah Fass
Department of Structural Biology,

Weizmann Institute of Science

Research interests:

Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Eli Berger

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005 Dr. Deborah Fass Department of Structural Biology, Weizmann Institute of Science Research interests: Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005
Dr. Deborah Fass
Department of Structural Biology,

Weizmann Institute of Science

Research interests:

Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Barak Ravitz

Winner of Kiefer Scholarship 2007

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005
Dr. Deborah Fass
Department of Structural Biology,

Weizmann Institute of Science

Research interests:

Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Zeev Zalevsky

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005 Dr. Deborah Fass Department of Structural Biology, Weizmann Institute of Science Research interests: Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005
Dr. Deborah Fass
Department of Structural Biology,

Weizmann Institute of Science

Research interests:

Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Yoav Tsori

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005 Dr. Deborah Fass Department of Structural Biology, Weizmann Institute of Science Research interests: Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005
Dr. Deborah Fass
Department of Structural Biology,

Weizmann Institute of Science

Research interests:

Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Tal Alexander

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005 Dr. Deborah Fass Department of Structural Biology, Weizmann Institute of Science Research interests: Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005
Dr. Deborah Fass
Department of Structural Biology,

Weizmann Institute of Science

Research interests:

Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Roded Sharan

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005 Dr. Deborah Fass Department of Structural Biology, Weizmann Institute of Science Research interests: Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005
Dr. Deborah Fass
Department of Structural Biology,

Weizmann Institute of Science

Research interests:

Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Oren Froy

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005 Dr. Deborah Fass Department of Structural Biology, Weizmann Institute of Science Research interests: Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005
Dr. Deborah Fass
Department of Structural Biology,

Weizmann Institute of Science

Research interests:

Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Amir Orian (Oryan)

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005 Dr. Deborah Fass Department of Structural Biology, Weizmann Institute of Science Research interests: Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005
Dr. Deborah Fass
Department of Structural Biology,

Weizmann Institute of Science

Research interests:

Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Tal Pupko

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005 Dr. Deborah Fass Department of Structural Biology, Weizmann Institute of Science Research interests: Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005
Dr. Deborah Fass
Department of Structural Biology,

Weizmann Institute of Science

Research interests:

Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Shulamit Levenberg

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005 Dr. Deborah Fass Department of Structural Biology, Weizmann Institute of Science Research interests: Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005
Dr. Deborah Fass
Department of Structural Biology,

Weizmann Institute of Science

Research interests:

Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Itamar Simon

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005 Dr. Deborah Fass Department of Structural Biology, Weizmann Institute of Science Research interests: Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005
Dr. Deborah Fass
Department of Structural Biology,

Weizmann Institute of Science

Research interests:

Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Eli Barkai

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005 Dr. Deborah Fass Department of Structural Biology, Weizmann Institute of Science Research interests: Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005
Dr. Deborah Fass
Department of Structural Biology,

Weizmann Institute of Science

Research interests:

Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Dorit Aharonov

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005 Dr. Deborah Fass Department of Structural Biology, Weizmann Institute of Science Research interests: Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005
Dr. Deborah Fass
Department of Structural Biology,

Weizmann Institute of Science

Research interests:

Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Talia Keinan

Winner of Kiefer Scholarship 2005

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005
Dr. Deborah Fass
Department of Structural Biology,

Weizmann Institute of Science

Research interests:

Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Yoram Louzoun

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005 Dr. Deborah Fass Department of Structural Biology, Weizmann Institute of Science Research interests: Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005
Dr. Deborah Fass
Department of Structural Biology,

Weizmann Institute of Science

Research interests:

Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Yonina C. Eldar

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005 Dr. Deborah Fass Department of Structural Biology, Weizmann Institute of Science Research interests: Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005
Dr. Deborah Fass
Department of Structural Biology,

Weizmann Institute of Science

Research interests:

Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Oded Regev

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005 Dr. Deborah Fass Department of Structural Biology, Weizmann Institute of Science Research interests: Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005
Dr. Deborah Fass
Department of Structural Biology,

Weizmann Institute of Science

Research interests:

Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Deborah Fass

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005 Dr. Deborah Fass Department of Structural Biology, Weizmann Institute of Science Research interests: Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005
Dr. Deborah Fass
Department of Structural Biology,

Weizmann Institute of Science

Research interests:

Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Yael Bartana

Winner of Kiefer Scholarship 2003

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005
Dr. Deborah Fass
Department of Structural Biology,

Weizmann Institute of Science

Research interests:

Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Uri Nir

Winner of Kiefer Scholarship 2002

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005
Dr. Deborah Fass
Department of Structural Biology,

Weizmann Institute of Science

Research interests:

Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Rona Yefman

Winner of Kiefer Scholarship 2001

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005
Dr. Deborah Fass
Department of Structural Biology,

Weizmann Institute of Science

Research interests:

Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Zoya Cherkasski

Winner of Kiefer Scholarship 2000

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005
Dr. Deborah Fass
Department of Structural Biology,

Weizmann Institute of Science

Research interests:

Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Ruti Nemet

Winner of Kiefer Scholarship 2000

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005
Dr. Deborah Fass
Department of Structural Biology,

Weizmann Institute of Science

Research interests:

Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Yigal Nizri

Winner of Kiefer Scholarship 1999

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005
Dr. Deborah Fass
Department of Structural Biology,

Weizmann Institute of Science

Research interests:

Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Michal Helfman

Winner of Kiefer Scholarship 1998

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005
Dr. Deborah Fass
Department of Structural Biology,

Weizmann Institute of Science

Research interests:

Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Doron Ravina

Winner of Kiefer 1997

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005
Dr. Deborah Fass
Department of Structural Biology,

Weizmann Institute of Science

Research interests:

Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Yehudith Sasportas

Winner of Kiefer Scholarship

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005
Dr. Deborah Fass
Department of Structural Biology,

Weizmann Institute of Science

Research interests:

Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Sigalit Landau

Winner of Kiefer Scholarship 1995

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005
Dr. Deborah Fass
Department of Structural Biology,

Weizmann Institute of Science

Research interests:

Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Gil Shachar

Winner of Kiefer Scholarship 1994

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005
Dr. Deborah Fass
Department of Structural Biology,

Weizmann Institute of Science

Research interests:

Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Guy Ben-Ner

Winner of Kiefer Scholarship 1993

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005
Dr. Deborah Fass
Department of Structural Biology,

Weizmann Institute of Science

Research interests:

Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Max Friedman

Winner of Kiefer Scholarship 1992

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005
Dr. Deborah Fass
Department of Structural Biology,

Weizmann Institute of Science

Research interests:

Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Daniel Sack

Winner of the Kiefer Scholarship 1991

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005
Dr. Deborah Fass
Department of Structural Biology,

Weizmann Institute of Science

Research interests:

Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Yael Frank

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005 Dr. Deborah Fass Department of Structural Biology, Weizmann Institute of Science Research interests: Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.

Dr. Deborah Fass Winner of Krill Prize in Medicine – 2005
Dr. Deborah Fass
Department of Structural Biology,

Weizmann Institute of Science

Research interests:

Protein structure, folding, and design; the role of conformational changes and dynamics in protein function, and high-resolution “snapshots” of proteins, using X-ray crystallography.