1994. B.Sc. in Chemistry, Summa cum Laude, at the honorary Amirim program of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
1997 . M.Sc. in Physical Chemistry, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem
2002 Ph.D. in Chemistry, The Weizmann Institute of Science
2003. Post-doc in Soft Matter and biophysics. University of California at Santa Barbara.
2006 Senior Lecturer, Institute of Chemistry, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
2011 Associate Professor, Institute of Chemistry, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
2018 Full Professor, Institute of Chemistry, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Our research group focuses and experts at studying macromolecular assemblies in realistic solution conditions. Our lab is developing pioneering solution X-ray scattering-based technology to address and resolve these challenges. By applying state-of-the-art data analysis, integrated with simulations, theory, and various algorithms (maximum entropy optimization, for example), we have been resolving the structures and intermolecular interactions in complex, weakly ordered, and dynamic self-assembling biological structures. Our research spans virus self-assembly, the assembly of cytoskeletal filamentous proteins and their associated proteins, and lipid membranes.