The Krill Prize

The Krill Prize

Krill Prizes for Excellence in Scientific Research are awarded in Honor and in Memory of Benjamin and Gitla Krill Mansbach Shlanger

Krill Prizes for Excellence in Scientific Research are awarded in Honor and in Memory of BENJAMIN AND GITLA KRILL MANSBACH SHLANGER Z’L. Born in Germany, in 1912, he was married to Debora Kretzig Stelzer Z’L. From 1938 on, Mr. Kril Shlanger was highly active on behalf of the community in South America, Where he established a fund for the needy. He died in October 2007

Six Krill Prizes, of $10,000 each, are awarded annually, in Exact Sciences, Life Sciences, Medicine, Agriculture and Engineering, to excelling faculty members at the Universities in Israel, who hold the untenured positions of Lecturer, or Senior Lecturer

Recipients are selected by the Wolf Foundation Scholarship Committee, from among outstanding candidates, submitted by all Israeli Universities. The selection is made on the basis of the candidate´s excellence and the importance of his or her field of research

The Krill Prizes for Excellence in Scientific Research, funded by the Krill Family, were first awarded in March 2005

Laureates

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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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

Dr. Ehud Behar

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 Lapid

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. 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.

Krill Prize call for proposal