Dr. Keren Keinan-Adamsky

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Head of the solid state NMR unit
Dr. Keren  Keinan-Adamsky
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Academic career

 

2000-2006    Tel Aviv University, Ph.D in Chemistry (direct path). Thesis subject:

Studies of Articular Cartilage using Multiple Quantum Filtered NMR and MRI.

Supervisor: Prof. Gil Navon

 

1996-1999    Tel  Aviv  University, B.Sc in Chemistry, magna cumm laude.

Honors: Dean Awards (1998/1999)

 

Publications

1. U. Eliav, K. Keinan-Adamsky, G. Navon. A new method for suppressing the 23Na central transition in ordered biological tissues. J. Magn. Reson., 136, 276-281, 2003.

 

2.  K. Keinan-Adamsky, H. Shinar, G. Navon. The effect of detachment of the articular cartilage from its calcified zone on the cartilage microstructure, assessed by

2H-spectroscopic double quantum filtered MRI. J. Ortho. Res., 23, 109-117, 2005.

 

3.  K. Keinan-Adamsky, H. Shinar, G. Navon. The effect of decalcification on the microstructure of articular cartilage assessed by 2H double quantum filtered MRI. MAGMA., 18, 231-237, 2005.

 

4. K. Keinan-Adamsky, H. Shinar, G. Navon. A Multinuclear NMR study of the maturation of pig articular cartilage. MRM., 55, 532-540, 2006.

 

5. A. Hoffmann, G. Pelled, G. Turgeman, P. Eberle, Y. Zilberman, H. Shinar, K. Keinan-Adamsky, A. Winkel, S. Shahab, G. Navon, G. Gross, D. Gazit. Neotendon formation induced by manipulation of the Smad8 signalling pathway in mesenchymal stem cells. JCI., 116, 940-952, 2006.

6. K. Keinan-Adamsky, H. Shinar, Shay Shabat, Yaron S B, Meir Nyska, G. Navon. 23Na and 2H magnetic resonance studies of osteoarthritic and osteoporotic articular cartilage. MRM., 64, 653-661, 2010.

7. G. Saar, Y. Zilberman, H. Shinar, K. Keinan-Adamsky, G. Pelled, D. Gazit, G. Navon. Monitoring of the effect of intervertebral disc nucleus pulposus ablation by MRI. NMR Biomed 23, 554-562, 2010.

8. L Ghindes-Azaria, E. Levy, K. Keinan-Adamsky, G. Goobes. Conformational and dynamics of organic tethers bound to MCM41-type surfaces using solid state NMR techniques. J. Phys. Chem, Accepted.