Merav Segal (PhD student)

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Merav completed the chemistry/biology program in TAU and got her B.Sc. in 2013. She joined the group to work on controlling the rate of enzymatic disassembly of smart micelles and defended her MSc thesis in April 2016. Merav is now a PhD student in the group and her research focuses on the synthesis of multifunctional PEG-dendrimer hybrids for biomedical applications.

   

Gadi Slor (PhD student)

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Gadi graduated from the chemistry/biology program in TAU and received his B.Sc. in 2015 (with distinction). In the last year of his undergraduate studies, Gadi did a research project in the group, working on covalent encapsulation of fluorescent dyes. He then joined the group in March 2015 as M.Sc. student and moved into the direct PhD program in early 2016. Gadi's current research is focusing on design and characterization of biocompatible hydrogels based on PEG-dendron hybrids.

   
Nicole Edelstein

Nicole Edelstein-Pardo (PhD student)

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Nicole completed her B.Sc. in the chemistry research excellence program in TAU in 2017.  In the 3rd year of her undergraduate studies, Nicole did a research project in the group, working on the synthesis, study and characterization of a tri-block copolymers with fluorescence tags.  Nicole is a PhD student in collaboration with Dr. Amit Sitt's group. Her research focuses on the fabrication of active microfibers and nanopatricles from enzyme responsive block copolymers for biomedical applications.

   
 

 Shreyas Wagle (PhD student)

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Shreyas graduated from Institute of Chemical Technology, Mumbai with a B. Tech in Fibres and Textiles Processing Technology and conducted research on Superabsorbent Microcellulose as part of his undergraduate studies. Subsequently, he moved to Germany for his M.Sc. in Polymer Material Sciences from Martin Luther University, Halle-Wittenberg, where he worked on developing CuAAC based optical damage sensing and self-healing epoxy composites as part of his master thesis. In Novmber 2018, he joined the group as PhD student as part of an ITN project and his research focuses on developing multi-functional polymeric amphiphiles for catalytic activation of anti-cancer prodrugs.

   
Shahar Tevet  Shahar Tevet (MsC student)

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Shahar is a third-year student at the prestigious Adi Lautman Interdisciplinary Program for Outstanding Students - a direct M.Sc. program at TAU. Shahar  joined the group in October 2019 and is currently working on the design and synthesis of catalytic micelles, as well as on enzyme-responsive tri-block copolymers.