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Prof. Shlomo Margel

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Professor Margel received his Ph.D. from the Department of Materials Science, at the Weizmann Institute in 1976. He completed his postdoctoral studies at the California Institute of Technology (CALTECH), Department of Inorganic Chemistry in 1977 and then served two years as a senior scientist at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory at CALTECH. From 1980 to 1986 he worked as a senior scientist,and from 1985 as an associate Professor, at the Department of Materials Science, the Weizmann Institute. He was a visiting scientist at DuPont, Central Research and Development in 1986-87, in 1992 at the Polymer Section, University of Ulm, Germany, in 1997 at the Department of Physical Electronics, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan and in 2005 at the Institute for Soldiers' Nanotechnologies, MIT, Cambridge, MA.

He joined Bar-Ilan Chemistry Department as an Associate Professor at Oct. 1987 and was appointed full professor in 1994. Professor Margel was the head of the Department of Chemistry at Bar-Ilan between 1999 -2001, and the dean of the Faculty of Exact Sciences for the next 2 academic years. Prof. Margel was also the Head of the National Committee for Chemistry in High School Education and the president of the Israel Chemical Society between 2006n -2009. Currently Prof. margel was nominated by the Israel Academy of Sciences as chairman of the National Committee of Chemistry towards IUPAC.

Professor Margel is a polymer chemist whose main interest lies in the fields of polymers, biopolymers, colloidal chemistry, surface chemistry and biotechnology. He has published some 170 publications, has been awarded 29 patents and he is the author of a few chapters in several books.

CURRICULUM VITAE

Name:                         Shlomo Margel

Place of birth:            Israel

Marital Status:           Married + 4

Military Service:        1965-1967

 

Education:

1951-1959       Bilu Elementary School, Tel Aviv

1960-1964       Secondary School, Bnei Brak

 

University:

1971                B.Sc., Bar-Ilan University, Department of Chemistry, Ramat Gan,

                        Israel

1973                M.Sc., Weizmann Institute of Science, Department of Materials

                        Science, Rehovot, Israel

1976                Ph.D., Weizmann Institute of Science, Department of Materials

                        Science, Rehovot, Israel

 

Work Experience:

 

1977                Post-Doctorate, California Inst. of Technology. Depart. of Chemistry,

                        Pasadena, CA

1978-1979       Senior Scientist, California Inst. of Technology, Jet Propulsion Lab.,

                        Pasadena, CA

1980-1984       Senior Scientist, Weizmann Institute of Science, Department of

                        Materials Science, Rehovot, Israel

1985                Associate Professor, Weizmann Institute of Science, Department  of

                        Materials Science, Rehovot, Israel

1986-1987       Visiting Scientist, Du Pont, Central R&D, Wilmington, Delaware,

1990                Visiting Scientist, Du Pont, Central R&D, Wilmington, Delaware,

                        (July-Nov.)

1992                Visiting Scientist, Univ. of Ulm, Department of Chemistry, Polymer

                        Section, Ulm, Germany (July-Sept.)

1988-1994       Associate Professor, Bar-Ilan University, Ramat Gan, Israel

1994-current    Full Professor, Bar-Ilan University, Ramat-Gan, Israel

1997                Visiting Scientist, Department of Physical Electronics, Tokyo Institute

                        of Technology (TIT), Tokyo, Japan (July-Sept.)

1999-2001       Head, Chemistry Department, Bar-Ilan University.

2000-2003       Head of the National Committee for Chemistry in High School

Education.

2002-2003       Dean, Faculty of Exact Sciences

2005                Visiting Scientist, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)      

                        Institute for Soldiers' Nanotechnologies, Cambridge, MA.

2006-2009       President of the Israel Chemical Society

2010–2013      Chairman of the National Committee of Chemistry Towards IUPAC                         (Nomination by the Israel Academy of Science and Humanities)

2010-2014      Dean of Students, Bar-Ilan University

2014-2017      President and head of Washington College for Education, Bet-Raban,

                       Yavne

2016-2018      Establishement of agro-nanotechnology center in Volcani Institute,

                       of Agriculture & Food.

 

INVITED LECTURES

 

1.        Rhone-Poulenc Recherches, July 9, 1982, Aubervilliers, France. S. Margel: Synthesis and applications of polyaldehyde microspheres.

2.        Microspheres and Drug Therapy, November 1-3, 1983, Amsterdam, Holland.
S. Margel: Agarose-Polyaldehyde microsphere beads and their use for specific removal of unwanted materials by hemoperfusion.

3.        Nippon Kiaki, December 12, 1983, Tokyo, Japan. S. Margel: Polyacrolein Microspheres.

4.        The Second National Conference on Delivery Systems in Biology and Medicine, March 5, 1984, Jerusalem, Israel. S. Margel, L. Marcus, H. Savin, A. Mashiah, D. Horowitz and R. Azhari: Extracorporeal specific removal of antibodies and drugs by agarose acrobeads.

5.        Bio-Rad, February 15, 1984, Richmond, California, USA. S. Margel: Polyaldehyde microspheres.

6.        Gordon Conference on Immunobilized Systems, August 13-17, 1984, New England, USA. S. Margel: Polyacrolein microspheres and their use for extracorporeal specific removal of "unwanted" compounds.

7.        DuPont, August 9, 1984, Glen Olden, Philadelphia. USA. S. Margel: Development and applications of polyaldehyde microspheres.

8.        Kodak, August 20, 1984, Rochester, New York, USA. S. Margel: Design and use of polyacrolein microspheres.

9.        Gordon Conference on Reactive Polymers, Ion Exchangers and Adsorbents, August 5-9, 1985, New England, USA. S. Margel: Polyacrolein monospheres and their use for cell labeling and separation.

10.       The United Kingdom-Israel Binational Symposium on Biomaterials, March 17019, 1986, Tel Aviv, Israel. S. Margel: Immobilization of reactive ligands with polyaldehyde microspheres and their biological applications.

11.       Gelman Sciences, Inc., May 19, 1986, Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA. S. Margel: Design and applications of reactive submicroscopic monospheres.

12.       Smith Kline Beecham, May 21, 1986, Swedeland, PA., USA. S. Margel: Submicroscopic monospheres: design and applications.

13.       DuPont, Central Research and Development, Sept. 14, 1987, Wilmington, Delaware, USA. S. Margel: Biochemical Reactions at the Interface.

14.       The University of the Negev, Department of Chemistry, January 1988, Beer-Sheva, Israel. S. Margel: Polyacrolein microspheres.

15.       Tel Aviv University, Department of Chemistry, May 1988, Tel Aviv, Israel. S. Margel: Biointeractions at the interface.

16.       E. Merck, CR&D Chromatography, May 1989, Darmstadt, Germany. S. Margel: Design, synthesis and characterization of monodispersed reactive polymeric microspheres.

17.       The Johan Wolfgang Goethe University, Institute for Pharmacology Technology, May 1989, Frankfurt, Germany. S. Margel: Monodispersed nanoparticles and biomedical applications.

18.       The Johannes Gutenberg University, Institute for Organic Chemistry, May 1989, Mainz, Germany. S. Margel: Design of polymeric microspheres for biomedical applications.

19.       Case Western Reserve University. Joint Seminar Chemistry and Macromolecular Sci., August 1989, Cleveland, USA. S. Margel: Design of reactive polymeric microspheres for chemical and biological applications.

20.       NIH, Organic Chemistry Discussion Group, August 1989, Baltimore, Maryland.
S. Margel: Monodispersed reactive polymeric microspheres: design, synthesis and biological applications.

21.       Dow Chemicals, Advanced Polymeric Systems, August 1989, Midland, USA.
S. Margel: Design, synthesis and biological applications of reactive monodispersed polymeric microspheres.

22.       LeHigh University, The Emulsion Polymerization Institute, August 1989, Pa, USA.
S. Margel: Polyaldehyde microspheres and their applications.

23.       Smith, Kline and French, CR&D, August 1989, Philadelphia, USA. S. Margel: Design of monodispersed reactive polymeric microspheres.

24.       Matronics, CR&D, Minneapolis, Min., USA. S. Margel: Biomaterials - polymeric surface interactions.

25.       BF Goodrich, CR&D, August, 1989, Avon Lake, OH., USA. S. Margel: Organized polymeric surfaces as model surfaces for studying biointeractions.

26.       Cleveland Clinic, August 1989, Cleveland, OH, USA. S. Margel: Specific Hemoperfusion Therapy.

27.       International Symposium on Chromatography, November 14-17, Rehovot, Israel.
S. Margel, E. Vogler, L.Y. Firment and D.Y. Sogah: Biomaterials - monolayer surface interactions.

28.       The Israel Chemical Society, The 54th Annual Meeting, February 1989, Rehovot, Israel.  S. Margel: Polymeric microspheres: past, present and future.

29.       Joint Israel (NCRD) - German Status Seminar on Heart Disorders, May 1989, ULM, Germany. S. Margel and M. Fainaro: Specific removal of LDL cholesterol through polymeric beads.

30.       The Sixth Gentner Symposium on Chemistry (Sponsored by Minerva). Structure, Bonding and Reactivity in Organized Systems, September 1989, Eilat, Israel.
S. Margel and D.Y. Sogah: Organized monolayers as model surfaces for studying biointeractions.

31.       Macromolecules 89, September 1989, Oxford, England. S. Margel and D.Y. Sogah: Biomaterials - polymeric surface interactions.

32.       Affinity Chromatography and Biological Recognition, October/November 1989, Jerusalem, Israel. S. Margel and D.Y. Sogah: Biomaterials adsorption onto organized defined surfaces.

33.       The Nuclear Center, Nachal Soreq, January 1990, Yavneh, Israel. S. Margel: Polymeric microspheres: Perspective.

34.       Weizmann Institute of Science, The Polymer Chemistry Department, March 1990, Rehovot, Israel. S. Margel: Monolayer - surface interactions.

35.       The Israeli Society of Polymers and Plastics, June 1990, Haifa, Israel. Novel polymeric microspheres.

36.       Gordon Conference on Synthetic Membranes, July 1990, New England, USA.
S. Margel: Novel polymeric microspheres.

37.       International Conference on Biomedical Polymers, June 1991, Jerusalem, Israel.
S. Margel, E. Nov. et. al.: Functionalized colloids: design, synthesis, characterization and use.

38.       The Second G.I.F. Meeting on Materials: Science and Properties, December 1991, Heidelberg, Germany. S. Margel: Organized, packed, functionalized monolayer coated polymeric microspheres.

39.       The Nuclear Center, Nachal Soreq, April 1992, Yavneh, Israel. S. Margel: Functionalized colloids.

40.       DRK-Blutspendezentrale, Seminar der Abteilung Transfusionmedizin, August 1992, ULM, Germany. S. Margel: Colloidal particles: Synthesis, characterization and biomedical applications.

41.       University of ULM, Department of Chemistry, Polymer Section, August 1992, ULM, Germany. A series of 8 hour lectures on heterogeneous polymerization and ultrathin organic films.

42.       Bar-Ilan University, Biophysics Seminar, December 1992, Ramat Gan, Israel.
S. Margel: Functional nanoparticles: Design and biomedical applications.

43.       Peptides and Drug Controlled Release; Organized by the Israeli Biotechnology Committee, February 1993, Jerusalem, Israel. S. Margel, S. Sturchak, et. al. Colloids and their use for drug targeting.

44.       Polymerization Techniques and Polymer Modifications; Organized by the Israeli Polymer Society, April 1993, Tel Aviv, Israel. S. Margel: Heterogeneous polymerization systems.

45.       34th IUPAC Congress: Chemistry for 21st Century, August 1993, Beijing, China.
S. Margel: Functionalized polymeric microspheres and their biological applications.

46.       Johnson and Johnson, Biomedical Group, September 1993, Stirling, Scotland.
S. Margel: Bioactive cellulose conjugates and their use for wound treatment.

47.       The Technion, Chemical Engineering Department, February 1994, Haifa, Israel.
S. Margel: Heterogeneous polymerization systems.

48.       Cornell University, Department of Chemistry, Baker Lab., February 1994, Ithaca, N.Y. USA.

49.       Johnson & Johnson, Ortho Diagnostics, February 1994, New Jersey, USA. S. Margel: Nanoparticles.

50.       The 6th Israeli Conference on Surface and Colloid Science, October 1994, Zichron-Yaakov, Israel. S. Brandriss and S. Margel: Synthesis and characterization of self-assembled monolayers and multilayers on nanoparticles.

51.       The Technion, Chemistry Department, December 1994, Haifa, Israel. S. Margel: Bioactive polymers.

52.       The 60th Annual Meeting of the Israeli Chemical Society, February 1995, The Weizmann Institute, Rehovot, Israel. S. Margel, S. Sturchak and V. Reznikov: Bioactive polymer surfaces and their use for wound treatment.

53.       Beiersdorf Medical, February 1995, Hamburg, Germany. S. Margel: Bioactive dressings.

54.       The Hebrew University, Casali Inst. of Applied Science, March 1995, Jerusalem. S. Margel and S. Sturchak: Immobilized enzymes for biomedical applications.

55.       The 41st Annual Meeting of the Israel Physical Society, April 1995, Bar-Ilan University, Ramat-Gan, Israel. S. Margel and S. Brandriss: Self-assembled monolayer and multilayers on nanoparticles.

56.       Israel Polymer & Plastics Society, October 1995, Herzliya, Israel. S. Margel, S. Sturchak, V. Reznikov and J. Mandel: Bioactive molecules for wound healing.

57.       Russia-Israel Binational Symposium on Polymers, October 1995, Moscow, Russia.
S. Margel: Solid and hollow, magnetic and non-magnetic, organic-inorganic microspheres: synthesis, characterization and viological uses.

58.       The University of the Negev, Department of Chemistry, November 1995, Beer-Sheva, Israel.  S. Margel: Immobilized enzymes for biomedical applications.

59.       The 24th Annual Meeting of the Israel Polymer and Plastics Society, December 1995, Tel-Aviv, Israel. S. Brandriss and S. Margel: Synthesis and characterization of self-assembled monolayers and multilayers on silica nanoparticles.

60.       Israel Chemicals Ltd., TAMI, December 1995, Haifa, Israel. S. Margel: Bioactive polymers.

61.       Beiersdorf Medical,  July 1996, Hamburg, Germany. S. Margel: Bioactive cellulose conjugates prepared by carbonyl diimidazole activation: structure - activity relationship.

62.       Scientific and Clinical Applications of Magnetic Carriers, Sept. 1996, Rostock, Germany.S. Margel and S. Gura: New magnetic, organic-inorganic, core-shell monodispersed functional microspheres and their  biomedical use.

63.       The 7th Otto Meyerhoff  Symposium on Mechanism of Drug-Receptor Interaction, Oct. 1996, Ramat-Gan, Israel. S. Margel: Bioactive polymers and their use in wound healing.

64.       The Hebrew University , Faculty of Pharmacy, Jan. 30, 1997, Jerusalem. S. Margel: Bioactive polymers, structure-activity ratio and use for wound healing.

65.      3rd Israeli-Polish Symposium on the Chemistry and Biology of Peptides and Proteins, May, 1997, Warshow, Poland. S. Margel: Bioactive polymers, structure-activity ratio and use for wound healing.

66.       The 10th Meeting On Optical Engineering in Israel, March, 1997, Jerusalem. B. Sfez, Z. Kotler, S. Margel and B. Nitzan: Lasing without cavity.

67.      The Biological Institute, July 10, 1997, Nes-Ziona. S. Margel: Immobilized enzymes, structure-activity ratio and use for wound healing.

68.       The 4th IUMRS International Conference in Asia, Sept., 1997, Makuhari, Chiba, Japan. S. Margel: Ferrite-coated nanospheres for biomedical use.

69.       Tokyo Institiute of Technology, Dept. of Physical Electronics, Sept. 1997, Ookayama, Tokyo, Japan. S. Margel: Functional nanoparticles.

70.       Kyoto University, Dept. of Synthetic Chemistry & Biological Chemistry, Sept. 1997, Kyoto, Japan. S. Margel: Biomedical applications of monodispersed functional nanoparticles.

71.      Osaka Hospital, National Cardiovascular Center Research Institute, Sept. 1997, Osaka, Japan. S. Margel: Biomedical applications of nanoparticles.

72.      Tokyo Institiute of Technology, Dept. of Biological Sciences, Sept. 1997, Yokohama, Japan. S. Margel: Functional nanoparticles.

73.       Annual Meetings of Chemistry Teachers, Weizmann Inst. of Science, Rehovot, Dec. 1997. S. Margel: Polymers in medicine.

74.       Chemical, Structural and Biomedical Applications of Supramolecular Systems, Dan Panorama Hotel, Tel-Aviv, Jan. 98. S. Margel et al: Ferrite-coated nanospheres: synthesis and biomedical use.

75.      Foundation for Incurable Diseases (in memory of Ami Vansover, Chief Virologist of the State of Israel), Weizmann Inst. of Science, Rehovot, Feb. 1998. S. Margel: Functional nanoparticles in disease therapy.

76.       Scientific and Clinical Applications of Magnetic Carriers, Cleveland, Ohio, May 98. S. Margel, S. Gura and Y. Mendel: New uniform magnetic nanoparticles: synthesis, characterization and potential use

77.       Indigo, Science-Based Industry, Nes-Ziona, Feb. 98. S. Margel: Functional nanoparticles and applications

78.       The University of the Negev, Department of Chemical Engineering, March 1998, Beer-Sheva, Israel. S. Margel: Immobilized enzymes for biomedical applications.

79.       2nd International Symposium on Natural Polymers and Composites, May (1998), Atibia, San-Paulo, Brazil. H. Seliger, M. Hinz, P. Jaisankar, F. Eisenbieb, S. Manolache, F. Denes, S. Gura, B. Nitzan and S. Margel: Polymer-supported nucleic acids for applications in biomedicine.

80.       8th International Conference on Polymer-Based Technology (POC 98), June (1998), Maale Hahamisha, Israel. S. Wizel, R. Prozorov, Y. Cohen, S. Margel and A. Gedanken: The preparation of iron and cobalt polymer composite materials using ultrasound radiation.

81.       8th International Conference On Polymer  Based Technology (POC 98), June (1998), Maale Hachamisha, Israel. H. Seliger, R. Bader, M. Hinz, P. Aisankar, F. Eisenbiss, S. Gura, B. Nizan and S. Margel: Polymer-supported nucleic acid fragments - tools for biotechnology and biomedical research.

82.        Miltenyi Biotec GmbH, Bergisch Gladbach, Germany, August 98. S. Margel: New magnetic nanoparticles.

83.       Boehringer Mannheim, Tutzing, Germany, August 98. S. Margel: Functional nanoparticles.

84.       IDF, Institute for Diagnostics, Berlin, Germany, August 98. S. Margel: New functional magnetic microspheres.

85.       The Second Conference on Material Science & Technologies, Ramat-Gan, Israel, Nov. 98. S. Margel, I. Burdigin, S. Gura, Y, Mendel & L. Sheichat: New uniform magnetic nanoparticles: Preparation and medical applications. 

86.       27th Annual Israeli Polymer Society Conference, Ramat-Gan, Dec. 98. S. Margel, I. Burdigin, S. Gura, Y, Mendel & L. Sheichat: New uniform magnetic nanoparticles: Preparation and medical applications. 

87.       XIII International Round Table “Nucleosides, Nucleotides and their Biological Applications, Montpellier, France, Sept. 6-10, 1998. H. Seliger, M. Hinz, J. Simanowski, S. Hahner, F. Hillenkamp, F. Denes, S. Gura, B. Nitzan, S. Margel and F. Eisenbeiβ: Solid-supported oligonucleotides systems for special biomedical applications.

88.       IBC’s 2nd Annual Conference “Oligonucleotide Technologies”, San Diego, Brazil, 1998. H. Seliger, M. Hinz, C. Scharpf, F. Denes, S. Gura, B. Nitzan and S. Margel: Core-shell type supports for high efficiency oligonucleotide synthesis.

89.       The Weizmann Institute, Dept. of Materials & Interfaces, Rehovot, March 3 (1999). S. Margel: New uniform magnetic nanoparticles.

90.       Pedagogical Teaching Center, Netanya, Israel, March 14 (1999). S. Margel: Polymers in Medicine.

91.       7th Dresden Polymer Sympossium, Meiben, Dresden, Germany, April 19 (1999).
S. Margel: Functional nanoparticles of narrow size distribution.

92.       Annual Meeting of the Israel Society for Physiology and Pharmacology, Maale Hahamisha, Israel, October (1999). S. Margel: New uniform magnetic nanoparticles: synthesis, characterization and use for drug delivery.

93.        8th International Symposium on Field-Flow Fractionation FFF '99,September 6 - 8, 1999, Paris, France. M. Hoyos, L.R. Moore, K. McCloskey, M. Nakamura, J.J. Chalmers, S. Margel, M. Zborowski: Study of magnetic particles pulse-injected into an annular SPLITT channel in a quadrupole magnetic field.

94.       18th Annual Conference of the Israel Vacuum Society, Nov. 17 (1999), The Weizmann Institute of Science. S. Margel: New uniform magnetic nanoparticles – synthesis, characterization and biomedical use.

95.       The Technion, Chemistry Department, Nov. 9 (1999), Haifa, Israel. S. Margel: Functional nonoparticles.

96.       The 9th Israel Materials Engineering Conference – IMEC9, Dec. (1999) Technion, Haifa, Israel. S. Margel: New functional nanoparticles: synthesis, characterization and biomedical use.

97.       The 65th Meeting of the Israel Chemical Society, Feb. 2000, Beer-Sheva, Israel. S. Margel et al: New functional nanoparticles.

98.        Scientific and Clinical Applications of Magnetic Carriers, Cleveland, Ohio, May 2000. S. Margel, S. Gura et al: Functional magnetic & non-magnetic polymeric nanoparticles of narrow size distribution: design, synthesis & biomedical uses.

99.      Scientific and Clinical Applications of Magnetic Carriers, Cleveland, Ohio, May 2000. M. Hoyos, L. Moore, K. McCloskey, M. Nakamura, J.J. Chamlers, S. Margel and M. Zborowski: Hydrodynamic separation of magnetic particles and magnetically-labeled blood cells in a quadrupole magnetic field.

100.     Scientific and Clinical Applications of Magnetic Carriers, Cleveland, Ohio, May 2000. L. Moore, M. Zborowski, M. Nakamura, K. McClosky, S. Gura, M. Tsubery, S. Margel and J. Chalmers: The use of magnetite-doped polymeric microspheres in calibrating cell tracking velocimetry.

101.     International Conference on Materials Science, Agil 2000, Jerusalem, Nov. 2000.
S. Margel, M. Scheinowitz, H .Hod & M. Frid: New bioactive materials: Synthesis, characterization & use for fibrinolysis and hemostasis.

102.     Polysciences, Inc. Warrington, PA, U.S.A., Sept. 2000. S. Margel et al: Functional nanoparticles and uses.

103.     CC-NanoChem, 2nd Workshop NanoMed, Medical Applications of Nanotechnology, Berlin, Germany. Feb. 2001. S. Margel et al: Biomedical applications of new functional uniform nanoparticles.

104.     Particles 2001, Orlando, Florida, U.S.A. Feb. 2001. S. Margel: Functional micro- and nano-scaled uniform particles: synthesis, characterization, surface modification and uses.

105.     Cornell University, Nanoscale Bioengineering, Ithaca, U.S.A. August 2001. S. Margel: Design of nano and micro-scaled particles of narrow size distribution.

106.     New Jersey Inst. of Technology, Electronic Imaging Center, New Jersey, U.S.A. August 2001. S. Margel: Design of nano and micro-scaled particles of narrow size distribution.

107.     Cost 523 Conference on Nanostructures, Limerick, Ireland, October 4 (2001).
S. Margel: Functional nanoparticles and their biomedical applications.

108.     Bar-Ilan University, Minerva Symposium, Israel, October 2001. S. Margel: Nano- and microscaled particles of narrow size distribution.

109.     Nanotechnology Forum-Tel-Aviv University, Sheraton Tower City Hotel, Ramat-Gan, Israel, Dec. 2001. S. Margel: Functional nanoparticles of narrow size distribution and their biomedical applications.

110.     Israel-Italy Symposium on Polymer Blends and on Polymeric Multi-Component Systems, Iskia, Italy, August 2002. S. Margel: Functional nanoparticles for biomedical applications.

111.     UlM University, Section Polymer, Ulm, Germany, Nov. 2002. S. Margel: Tailor-made functional spherical & non-spherical nanoparticles for biomedical applications.

112.    Minerva Symposium, Mainz, Germany, Nov. 2002. S. Margel: Nano- and micro-scaled particles of narrow size distribution.

113.     ACS National Meeting, Boston, MA, USA, Aug. 18, 2002. M. Bockstaller, E. Thomas, Y. Lapatnikov and S. Margel: Targeted nanocrystal sequestering and effect on self-assembled block copolymer morphologies.

114.     Particles 2002, Orlando, Florida, U.S.A. April. 2002. S. Margel: New uniform functional micro and nano-scaled particles and their biomedical applications.

115.     The Second Israeli-Russian Bi-National Workshop, Jerusalem, July 2003. S. Margel et al: Synthesis and characterization of spherical and non-spherical nano- and micro-particles of narrow size distribution.

116.     Rutgers University, Dept. of Chemistry, New Jersy August ‏2003. S. Margel et al: Functional nanoparticles – review.

117.      Particles 2003, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. August. 2003. S. Margel, T. Tenenbaum, M. Tsubery and A. Galperin: Functional micro- and nano-scaled spherical and non-spherical uniform particles: synthesis, characterization, surface modification and uses.

118.     Cleveland Clinic, Clevland, OH, U.S.A. August 2003. S. Margel et al: Overview on functional narrow size nano & micro-scaled particles of narrow size distribution.

119.     Air Force Research Lab. Dayton, OH, Dec. 15 2003. S. Margel et al: Overview on functional nanoparticles and biological applications.

120.     12th International Congress of Immunology, Montreal, Canada July 18-23, 2004.
M. Sinyakov, S. Margel and R. Avtalion: Natural Antibodies Revisited.

121.     3rd Russian – Israel Workshop on Materials, St. Petersburg June 13-23, 2004. L. Boguslavsky and S. Margel: PAN microspheres of narrow size distribution: synthesis & characterization via a single-step swelling process.

122.      23rd IVS Annual Conference Tel-Aviv, Israel Sept. 27 (2004). S. Margel et al. Symmetrical & non-symmetrical nano & micron-scaled particles of narrow size distribution: synthesis, characterization & potential applications.

123.      Annual Conference of FOCIS (Federation of Clinical Immunology Societies), Abstracts, Clin. Invest. Med. 27, No.4, p.96C, 2004; Montreal, Canada (2004). Sinyakov M.S., Dror M., Zhevelev H.M., Salzberg S., Margel S., Avtalion R.R. Natural Antibodies Revisited.

124.      12th International Congress of Immunology and 4th Annual Conference of FOCIS; Montreal, Canada, July 18-23, 2004. In: IMMUNOLOGY 2004, Medimond Int. Proceedings, pp.5-8, (2004). inyakov M., Dror M., Zhevelev H., Salzberg S., Margel S., Avtalion R. Natural Antibodies Revisited.

125.      Technion, Mat. Eng. Faculty, Nov. 25 (2004), Haifa, Israel. S. Margel: Symmetrical & non-symmetrical functional nonoparticles.

126.       The 8th Conference of the Israel Analytical Chemical Society, David Intercontinental Hotel, Tel-Aviv, Jan. 12 ( 2005). T.  Zimirin, Y. Haruvy & S. Margel. Studying water permeability and solubility in highly hydrophobic composite polymeric microelectronic packaging.

127.     Institute for Soldier Nanotechnologies, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge,  June 23 (2005). S. Margel. Nano & micro-scaled particles of narrow size distribution: synthesis & bio-medical applications.

128.     Tel-Aviv University, Dept. of Chemistry, Tel-Aviv Jan. 29 (2006). S. Margel. Industrial & bio-medical applications of nono & micron-scaled uniform functional particles.

129.     Particles 2006, Orlando, Florida, U.S.A. May. 2006. S. Margel: Nano & micron-sized particles of narrow size distribution for medical imaging applications: MRI, X-ray &  ultrasound.

130.    ACHEMA 2006, Frankfurt, Germany May 2006. H. Seliger, M. Hinz, S. Margel, R. Ditz and M. Koch: Nanomaterials in life sciences – combining new technology with new therapy to create new opportunities.

131.     Technion, Dept. of Chemistry, Haifa May 8 (2006).  S. Margel: Symmetrical and non- symmetrical particles of narrow size distribution.

132.     Ta'as Givon, Ramla May 23 (2006). S. Margel: Nanotechnology for industrial & medical  applications.

133.     The College of Judea and Samaria, June 21 (2006). S. Margel: Tailor-made spherical and non-spherical, monophase and multiphase nano- and micron-sized particles of narrow size distribution for industrial and biomedical applications.

134.     Nanoforum: Micro and Nanotechnologies, Milan, Italy, Sept. 27-28 (2006): S. Margel: Nano- & micron-scaled functional particles for biomedical applications.

135.     Workshop on relevance between advanced material and nanotechnology, Cairo, Egypt, Dec. 2006: H. Seliger, M. Hinz, S. Margel, L. Lapido, M. Koch and R. Ditz: Nanomaterials in Life Sciences – New Technology for New Therapy.

136.     Israel Chemical Society Annual Meeting, Tel Aviv, Feb. 6-7 ( 2007): S. Margel et al.: Synthesis and characterization of spherical and hemispherical functional nano- and micron-sized particles for biomedical uses.

137.     234th ACS National Meeting, Boston, MA, August 19-23, 2007: Tomer Zimrin, Shlomo Margel and Yaara Freada Haruvy: Enhanced Water Permeability Through Hydrophobic Polymers Comprising Metal Oxide Ceramic Fillers.

138.     German Cancer Research Center (DKFZ), Heidelberg, Germany July 9, 2007: S. Margel et  al.: Synthesis and characterization of nanoparticles for  medical imaging: MRI, ultrasound and X-ray.

139.     Minerva Symposium, Sttutgart, Germany, Nov. 2007. S. Margel: Synthesis &  characterization of nano- and micrometer-scaled particles of narrow size distribution for biomedical applications.

140.     Fraunhofer Institut Grenzflachen-und Bioverfahrenstechnik, Stuttgart, Germany Nov. 6, 2007. S. Margel: Nano- and micrometer-sized maghemite particles for biomedical uses.

141.     80th Birthday of Prof. M. Levy,  Weizmann Institute, Rehovot, Israel Nov. 22,  2007. S. Margel: Maghemite nanoparticles for brain  cancer therapy.

142.      Israel Chemical Society Annual Meeting, Tel Aviv, Feb. 4-5 (2008): S. Margel et al.: Anomalous polymer particles of narrow size distribution.

142.  The Mount Sinai School of Medicine, Clinical and Biological Studies of Early AD, Bronx, NY, July 29 (2008). Shlomo Margel and Haddas Skaat: Nanobiotechnology for diagnostics and therapy of neurodegenerative disorders.

143.     University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada, 31 July (2008). S. Margel et al.: Synthesis and characterization of nano- & micron-scaled particles for medical imaging applications: ultrasound, MRI and X-ray.

144.     Israel-China Meeting on Nanobiotechnology, Beijin, China, October 26-29 (2008): S. Margel et al: Novel contrast agent nanoparticles for in vivo diagnostics and cancer therapy.

145.     The Hebrew University, Dept. of Chemistry, Jerusalem December 2 (2008).  S. Margel: Synthesis and characterization of iron oxide nanoparticles for neurodegenerative disorders, diagnostics, and inhibition.

146.     NanoIsrael Conference, Jerusalem March 30 (2009). S. Margel, H. Skaat, B. Perlstein, S. Gura and C. Brody: Engineering of nanoparticles for medical applications: cancer therapy & inhibition of neurodegenerative diseases.

147.     Biofouling Consortium Annual Meeting, Sde Boker, Negev, Israel April 1 (2009). S. Margel, T, Tennenbaum, D, Mizrahi, et al: Engineering and synthesis of new anti-biofouling materials.

148.    The Hebrew University, Dept. of Pharmacology, Jerusalem April 23 (2009).  S. Margel: Synthesis and characterization of iron oxide nanoparticles for medical applications: cancer therapy and diagnostics and neurodegenerative disorders, diagnostics and inhibition.

149.     The Biological Institute, Nes Ziona, May 10 (2009). S. Margel: Engineering of iron oxide nanoparticles for medical applications: cancer therapy and diagnostics and neurodegenerative disorders, diagnostics and inhibition.

150.    Aachen University, Molecular Imaging, Germany, July 7 (2009). S. Margel: Maghemite and iodinated functional nanoparticles for medical uses: imaging (MRI and CT) cancer diagnostics and therapy and  diagnostics and inhibition of neurodegenerative disorders.

151.      Molecular Imaging Meeting, Bad Honnef, Germany, October 4-7 (2009). S. Margel: Synthesis of novel nano and micrometer-sized iodinated particles of narrow size distribution for CT imaging applications.  

152.    Mafaat, Energetic Materials, Tel-Aviv, December 30 (2009). S. Margel: Microencapsulation of energetic materials.

153.   Valencia –Bar-Ilan Meeting on Nanomaterials, Bar-Ilan University, Ramat-Gan April 14 (2010). S. Margel: Engineering of bioactive nanoparticles for biomedical uses.

154.     Particles 2010, Orlando, Florida, May 23 -25 (2010). S. Margel: Engineering of nanoparticles for imaging applications.

155.       DFG Medical Physics Academy of Excellence, Germany, April 28 –May 2,
 (2010). S. Margel:  CT contrast agents.

156.     Optical Imaging Workshop, Max-Plank-Institute, Gottingen, Germany, Nov. 25-26 (2010).  S.Margel: Paramagnetic nanoparticles for multimodal imaging.

157.      Polysciences Inc.Warrington, PA, USA, June 28 (2011. S. Margel: Nano and micrometer-size particles of narrow size distribution for industrial and medical applications.

158.    IUPAC, 43 World Chemistry Congress, August 2 -9/11,Porto Rico, USA. S. Margel: Engineering of functional nanoparticles for biomedical applications.

159.    First French-Israel Meeting on Nanotechnology Dedicated to Life Sciences, November 2011, Israel.  S.Margel: Engineering of multifunctional iron oxide nanoparticles of narrow size distribution for cancer diagnosis and therapy.

160.      Italian-Israel Symposium  on Nanobiomedice: The Science and Translation of Drug Delivery,  May 22 2012, Israel.

S. Margel: Engineering of multimodal bioactive iron oxide nanoparticles for diagnosos and therapy of colon cancer.

161.   The Felsenstein Medical Research Center (FRMC) Thirteenth Annual Scientific Conference,  Beilinson Campus, Petah Tikva, June 11, Israel.

S. Margel: Engineering fluorescent iron oxide nanoparticles of narrow size distribution for cancer diagnosis and therapy.

162.   The First HUJI-UK Nano-Life Workshop, The Hebrew University, Jerusalem June 26-27, Israel.

S. Margel: Fluorescent iron oxide nanoparticles of narrow size distribution for diagnosis and therapy of glioma and colon cancers.

163.    Carnegie Mellon University, Center for Complex Fluid Engineering, Department of Materials Science and Engineering Pittsburgh, PA, USA.  August 2, 2012.

S. Margel: Engineering of  multi-modal bioactive  nanoparticles of narrow size distribution for cancer diagnosis & therapy.

164.    Israel Chemical Society Annual Meeting, Tel Aviv, Feb. 12-13 (2013)

S. Margel:  Engineering of multimodal iron oxide nanoparticles for biomedical applications.

165.   IUPAC 44World Chemistry Congress, Istanbul, Turkey 11-17 August (2013).

S. Margel: Near IR Fluorescent Nanoparticles with an Albumin Surface for Specific Oral Targeting of Colonic Neoplasms.

166.   “Nanotechnology in Service of Medicine”, Israel Engineering Organization, Knaan Hotel, Zfat,  October 6-9 (2013).

S. Margel: “Architecture of nanoparticles for medical applications” 

167.    “Workshop on Biodegradable Polymers in Medicine” The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Bet Belgia, 9-11 Sept., 2013.

S. Margel:” Polymeric Bisphosphonate and Applications”.

168.  NanoIsrael, The 4th International Nanotechnology  Conference, 24-25 March (2014), Tel-Aviv.

S. Margel: “Targeted Near-Infrared (NIR) probes for optical image-guided cancer surgery”.

169. IVS, 2014 annual meeting of the Israel Vacuum Society, Sept.8, Air-Force House in Herzelia

S.Margel: “Engineered bioactive bisphosphonate polymers and nano/micro-particles for diagnosis and therapy of cancer”.

170.  IVS, 2014 annual meeting of the Israel Vacuum Society, Sept.8, Air-Force House in Herzelia.

S. Margel:  “Engineered nano/micro-particles of narrow size distribution for biomedical applications”.

171.   Volcani Institute annual strategic meeting, March 2017 ,Maale Hachamisha

S. Margel: Design of  Agro-Nanobiotechnology Center  in Volcani Institute.

172.   Volcani Institute  Meeting on Agro-nanobiotechnology, April 5 (2017)

S. Margel:  Nanobiotechnology, and Agro-nanobiotechnology in Vocani Institute".

173.   Germany March 23 (2018)

S. Margel: Rechargeable Anti-Biofilm Activity of Polymers on the Base of N-Halamine Nanoparticle.

174. Germany May 8 (2018)

S. Margel: Preparation and characterization of new thin UV and anti-

fogging films.

 

CONFERENCES

 

1.        American Chemical Society Meeting , Anaheim, CA, USA, 1978.

            A. Rembaum, J. Levy, A. Gupta and S. Margel: Reaction of Polyglutaraldehyde with Proteins.

2.        American Chemical Society Meeting, Hawaii, 1979.

            S. Margel and A. Rembaum: Polyglutaraldehyde Microspheres New Reagent for Cell Labeling and Cell Separation.

3.        International Conference on Surface and Colloid Science, 4th IUPAC, Jerusalem, Israel, July 1981.

            S. Margel, J. Hirsch and A. Robinson: Detoxification of Heavy Metals by Means of Chelating Microspheres, A Model - Mercury Poisoning.

4.        International Conference on Surface and Colloid Science, 4th IUPAC, Jerusalem, Israel, July 1981.

            S. Margel, U. Beitler and M. Offarim: A Novel Method for Preparation of Polyacrolein Microspheres and their Biological Applications.

5.        International Conference of Surface and Colloid Science, 4th IUPAC, Jerusalem, Israel, July 1981.

            N. Mazurek, S. Margel and I. Pecht: Polymeric Microsphere Beads as Probes for Cell Membranes.

6.         8th International Subcellular Methodology Forum, Guildford, U.K., July 1982.

            S. Margel: Polyaldehyde Microspheres as a New Tool for Cell Membranes.

7.        23rd Annual Meeting of the European Society of Toxicology, Tel Aviv, Israel, March 1982.

            S. Margel, J. Hirsch and E. Harari: Detoxification of Mercury by Hemoperfusion with Encapsulated Chelating Microspheres.

8.        The Annual Meeting of the Israel Biochemical Society, Rehovot, Israel, April 1982.

            S. Margel, M. Offarim and L. Marcus: Synthesis and Biomedical Applications of Polyaldehyde Microspheres and Microcapsules.

9.        The Second Israel Chromatography Symposium, Tel Aviv, Israel, May 1983.

            S. Margel: Novel Effective Immunoadsorbents Based on Agarose-Polyaldehyde Microspheres Beads: Synthesis, Affinity Chromatography and Hemoperfusion.

10.       RIA 84: Cost and Benefit of Radioimmunoassay, Milan, Italy, May 1984.

            M. Pines and S. Margel: Polyacrolein Microsphere Beads as a new Solid Phase for Radioimmunoassay.

11.       Production and Exploitation of Existing and New Animal Cell Substrates, Gardone Riviera, Italy, May 1984.

            A. Lazar, L. Silberstain, S. Margel and A. Mizrahi: Agarose-Polyaldehyde Microsphere Beads (AG-ACROBEAD) for Microcarrier Culturing System.

12.       16th Meeting of the Federation of European Biochemical Societies, Moscow, USSR, June 1984.

            S. Margel: Specific Removal of Antibodies and Drugs by Hemoperfusion with Agarose Acrobeads.

13.       European Association for the Study of Liver Diseases, Bern, Switzerland, September 1984.

            D. Shouval, Y. Gazitt, R. Adler, A. Lerner, S. Margel and J.R. Wards: Monoclonal Antibodies and Clq Immunoadsorbents for Removal of HBsAg and Immune Complexes from Plasma of HBsAg Carriers.

14.       American Society for Apheresis, Sixth Annual Apheresis Symposium, Chicago, September 1984.

            S. Margel, L. Marcus and Y, Gazit: Extracorporeal Specific Removal of Antibodies, Antigens, Immunocomplexes and Drugs by Hemoperfusion through Agarose Acrobeads.

15.       3rd International Conference on Polymer Supported Reactions in Organic Chemistry, Jerusalem, Israel, July 1986.

            S. Margel, L. Marcus, H. Meshulam and E. Wiesel: Design of Submicroscopic Polyaldehyde Monospheres for Biological Applications.

16.       5th International Symposium on New Spectroscopic Methods for Biomedical Research and Workshop on Biomedical ESCA and FTIR, Seattle, WA, USA, October 1986.

17.       1989 Gordon Research Conference on Coatings and Films, New England, USA, July-August 1989.

18.       34th IUPAC International Symposium on Macromolecues, Prague, Czechoslovakia, July 1992.

19.       1995 Gordon Research Conference on Coatings and Films, New England, USA, July-August 1995.

20.      8th Gentner Symposium on Chemistry, Co-operative Phenomena in Organic Solids and of Organics at Surfaces, Mainz, Germany, Sept. 2-5, 1996.

21.       M. Scheinowitz, D. Margel, S. Margel, H. Hod. In vitro and in vivo effect of tPA-bound magnetic microparticles for thrombolysis. Israel-China Bi-National Conference on Cardiovascular Engineering and Assisted Circulation, Israel, 1998.

22.       M. Scheinowitz, D. Margel, S. Margel, H. Hod. Effect of tPA-bound magnetic particles for thrombolysis in a rabbit model of thrombotic occlusion. Annual Meeting of the Israel Heart Society, Tel-Aviv, 1998.

23.       M. Scheinowitz, D. Margel, S. Margel, H. Hod. tPA-bound magnetic microparticles dissolve thrombotic clots in vitro. Annual Meeting of the Israel Group for Heart Research, Jerusalem, 1999.

 

STUDENT  SUPERVISION

1.       R. Azhari. M.Sc. Thesis: Extracorporeal specific removal of paraquat (1984).

2.        D. Horowitz, M.Sc. Thesis: Iron detoxification by hemoperfusion (1984).

3.        M. Shahar, M.Sc. Thesis: Synthesis and characterization of reactive derivatives of polystyrene microspheres (1984).

4.        M. Tenenbaum, M.Sc. Thesis: Design, synthesis, characterization and applications of polymeric microspheres based on methyl(hydroxymethyl) acrylate (1991).

5.        O. Sivan, M.Sc. Thesis: Functionalized, organized, coated monolayers: design, synthesis and applications (1991).

6.        R. Binnes, M.Sc. Thesis (in collaboration with Professor A. Gedanken): Monomolecular coatings capable of molecular and chiral selectivity (1994).

 7.       Y. Dolitzky, Ph.D. Thesis: Monodispersed reactive polymeric microspheres covalently bound in a monolayer structure onto solid supports: synthesis, characterization and applications (1994).

8.        E. Ben-Bassat, M.Sc. Thesis: Characterization and uses of colloids containing phenyl-chloromethyl functionality (1994).

9.        B. Nizan, M.Sc. Thesis: Functionalized colloids: design, synthesis, characterization, and biomedical functionality (1994).

10.      S. Brandris, Ph.D. Thesis: Polymeric microspheres coated with organized, close-packed w-functionalized monolayers as novel model surfaces for studying surface interactions (1996).

11.      H. Bamnolker, Ph.D. Thesis: Solid and hollow, magnetic and non-magnetic, organic-inorganic hybrid microspheres: synthesis, characterization and use (1996).

12.      R. Krasnikov, M.Sc. Thesis (in collaboration with Professor A. Gedanken): Monolayer and multilayer self-assembled functional coatings with molecular recognition capability (1996).

13.      V. Reznikov, Ph.D. Thesis: Bioactive polymeric surfaces: preparation, characterization and use for treatment of wounds (1997).

14.      G. Mandel, M.Sc. Thesis: Bioactive polymers and their use for wound healing (1997).

15.      O. Melamed, Ph.D. Thesis: Poly α-amino acids microspheres (2002).

16.      M. Kedem, Ph.D. Thesis: Synthesis, characterization, surface modification and use of nanoparticles containing chloromethyl groups (2001).

17.      S. Gura, Ph.D. Thesis: Synthesis, characterization and use of new functional magnetic nanoparticles (2000).

18.      M. Zuberi, M.Sc. Thesis (in collaboration with Prof. S. Grossman from the Life Sciences. Dept.): Immobilized enzymes on nanoparticles (1999).

19.      S. Wizel, Ph.D. Thesis (in collaboration with Prof. A. Gedanken): Ultrasonic polymerization (2001).

20.      B. Nitzan, Ph.D. Thesis: Functional colloids: design, synthesis, characterization and biomedical applications (1999).

21.      L. Bogoslavsky, Ph.D. Thesis: Polyacrylonitrile nanoparticles (2003).

22.      L. Sheihet, Ph.D. Thesis: Bioactive polymers: synthesis, characterization and use for hemostasis (2002).

23.      Y. Boguslavski, M.Sc Surface modification of silica and magnetite nanoparticles (2003).

24.      N. Fraiman, M.Sc. Titania nanoparticles – synthesis, surface modification and applications (2003).

25.      T. Zimrin, M.Sc. Studying water permeability and solubility in polymeric microelectronic packaging, component failure and its delay (2004).

26.      R. Ben-Shabat, M.Sc. (together with Uri Nir) Magnetic nanoparticles in gene therapy (2004).

27.      S. Haber, M.Sc. Conductive polypyrole nano & micro-particles (2004).

28.      R. Ben-Shabat, M.Sc. (together with Uri Nir): Magnetic nanoparticles in gene therapy (2004).

29.      M. Zuberi, Ph.D. Thesis: Design, preparation, characterization and special applications of new functional materials of controlled properties based on micron-sized template polystyrene microspheres of narrow size distribution (2005).

30.      U. Akiva, Ph.D. Multiphase functional non-spherical microparticles of narrow size distribution: synthesis, characterization and uses (2005).

31.      V. Shuster, M.Sc. Micro & nano-scaled particles for wound healing (2005).

32.      S. Baruch, M.Sc. Nano-scaled multiphase functional particles (2005).

33.      A. Galperin, Ph.D. Synthesis, characterization and use of X-ray contrast agents, nano-and micro-particles (2006).

33.      E. Partouche, Ph.D. Grafted nano- and micro-scaled particles (2007).

34.      N. Shpaizmann, Ph.D. Synthesis, characterization and application of iron nano- and micro-particles (2007).

35.      N. Fraiman, Ph.D. Solid & hollow titania nano and micro-particles synthesis, surface modification and applications (2007).

36.      Y. Boguslavski, Ph.D. Surface modification of silica and magnetite magnetite nanoparticles (2008).

37.      M. Rotem, M.Sc. Two & three dimensional molecular imprinting nano- & micron-scaled particles (2008).

38.      P. Lapido, Ph.D. Micro & nano-particles for industrial applications (2008).

39.      H. Skaat, M.Sc. Acceleration and inhibition of amyloid fibril formation by functional  nanoparticles (2008).

40       Chagit Biton, M.Sc. Synthesis and characterization of nano and micro-scaled particles as contrast  agents for X-ray applications (2008).

41.      Eran Gluz, M.Sc. Synthesis and characterization of iron oxide nanoparticles for diagnostics and therapy of bone cancer (2008).

42.      Ron Snovski, M.Sc. Magnetic and non-magnetic micrometer-sized carbon particles of narrow size distribution and controlled properties (2008).

43.      J. Goldstein, M.Sc. Multiphase functional nano- & micro-scaled particles of narrow size distribution: preparation, characterization and industrial uses (2009).

44.      R. Ben-Shabat, Ph.D. (together with Uri Nir): Magnetic nanoparticles in gene therapy (2009).

45.      T. Zimrin, Ph.D. Studying water permeability and solubility in polymeric microelectronic packaging, component failure and its delay (2009).

46.      B. Perelstein, Ph.D. MRI  targeting with magnetic nanoparticles (2009).

47.      O. Ziv, Ph.D. Thrombin conjugated magnetic and albumin nanoparticles and biomedical applications: hemostasis, wound healing and bone regeneration (2009).

48.      D. Amara, M.Sc. Synthesis, characterization and uses of elemental iron nano and micron- scaled particles (2009).

49.      M. Omer, Ph.D. Gels and nano- & micro-particles of metal oxides (2009)

50.      Sigal Baruch, Ph.D. Nano- & micron-scaled multiphase functional particles and applications (2009).

51.      Michal Pelach, M.Sc. Synthesis and characterization of dyed micrometer-sized polystyrene particles for imaging applications (2009).

52.      Inna Laitman, M.Sc. Anti-biofouling graft polymers and nanoparticles (2009).

53.      Gilhad Shafir, Ph.D. Synthesis and characterization of Factor IIV-conjugated nanoparticles for hemostasis applications (2009).

54.      Ori Gutman, M.Sc. Synthesis and characterization of nanoparticles and coating containing dimethylhydantoin for inhibition of biofouling processes (2009).

55.      On Mero, M.Sc. Synthesis of thin magnetic conductive thin film coatings based on CVD of Fe and Co precursors (2010).

56.      Avital Haft (with Sigal Sharabani, The Biological Institute, Nes Ziona), M.Sc.Reduction of chemical bonds by bacteria of the colon (2010).

57.     Sharon Bretler, M.Sc. Synthesis and characterization of photochromic nano & micrometer-scaled particles of narrow size distribution (2011).

58.      Hadas Skaat, Ph.D. Effect of surface modified maghemite nanoparticles on amyloid fibril formation: implications on neurodegenerative diseases (2012).

59.      Daniel Amara, Ph.D. Synthesis, characterization and uses of elemental iron nano and micron-scaled particles (2012).

60.      Tami Gordon, Ph.D. Synthesis and characterization of ZnO nano- and micrometer sized particles for environmental applications (2012).

61.      Hila Revach. M.Sc. Encapsulation of explosives for security (2012).

62.      Nataly Hasmamedov. M.Sc. Synthesis and characterization of soluble and soluble functional polyethylene glycol polymer for bio-medical applications (2012).

63.      Jenny Goldstein, Ph.D. Synthesis and characterization of nano & micrometer-scaled particles of narrow size distribution for industrial applications (2012).

64.     Jenny Tolululu, M.Sc., Synthesis and characterization of near IR fluorescent bioactive polystyrenemicrospheres of narrow size distribution for biomedical applications (2012).

65.      Itay Levy, M.Sc. Synthesis and characterization of uniform iron oxide nanoparticles for cancer diagnosis and therapy (2013).

66.      Sarit Cohen. Ph.D. Synthesis and characterization of near IR fluorescent albumin nanoparticles for early colon  cancer diagnosis (2013).  

66.      Chagit Biton, Ph.D. Synthesis and characterization of nano- and micrometer- scaled particles as contrast  agents for X-ray applications (2013).

62.      Michal Kulitz. Ph.D. Synthesis and characterization of proteinoids and proteinoid-polt(lactic acid) polymers and nano/micro-particles for biomedical applications (2014).

67.      Michal Pellach, Ph.D. Synthesis and characterization of dyed micrometer-sized polystyrene particles for imaging applications (2014).

68.      Eran Gluz, Ph.D. Synthesis and characterization of iron oxide nanoparticles for diagnostics and therapy of bone cancer (2014).

68.      Eina Leitman, Ph.D. Anti-biofouling graft polymers and nanoparticles (2014).

70.      Ron Snovski, Ph.D. Magnetic and non-magnetic micrometer-sized carbon particles of narrow size distribution and controlled properties (2014).

71.    Ori Gutman, Ph.D. Synthesis and characterization of anti-bacterial nanoparticles and coatings (2014).

72.    On Mero, Ph.D.  Synthesis of magnetic conductive thin film coatings and nanoparticles based on CVD of Fe precursors (2014).

74.     Uriel Bretler, Ph.D. Synthesis and characterization of flame retardant nano/micro-particles (2014).

77.     David Lala, M.Sc., Engineered new carbon dioxide nano/micro adsorbents (2014).

78.     Hannah Steinmetz, M.Sc. Graft polymerization of the vinylic monomer styryl bisphosphonate onto polypropylene films for biomedical applications.

79.    Chen Gelber. M.Sc. Synthesis and characterization of the monomer methylstyrene farmin and nano/micro-spheres from poly(methylstyrene farmin) and their anti-bacterial properties.

73.   Sharon Bretler, Ph.D. Synthesis, characterization and applications of photochromic films and nano & micrometer-scaled particles of narrow size distribution.

80.   Safra Rudnick Glick. Ph.D.  Engineering of bisphosphonate nanoparticles for biomedical applications.   

81.    Stella Kiel, Ph.D.,  Engineering of basic proteinoids and proteinoids nanoparticles for biomedical applications.

82.     Hai Haham. Ph.D.  Synthesis and characterization of Fe\C and Fe\Pd\C nanoparticles for environmental remediation applications.

83.     Itay Levy, Ph.D.. Engineered iron oxide nanoparticles of narrow size distributionfor cancer diagnosis and therapy.

84.    Nimrod Tal. Ph.D. Synthesis and characterization of water soluble polybisphosponates for medical applications”.

85.    Elishava Sasson. M.Sc.  Synthesis of acidic proteinoids and nano/micro-partyicles for biomedical applications.

86.     Michal Nathan. Ph.D.  Bacterial targeting and killing mechanism by stable N-halamine crosslinked polymethacrylamide nanoparticles.

87.    Sofia Levy. Ph.D. Synthesis and characterization of nano- and micrometer- scaled particles as contrast  agents for X-ray applications.

 

AWARDS

 

1.         1.9.76 - 1.9.78: Dr. Chaim Weizmann Postdoctoral Fellowship for Scientific Research. Established by the Myron A. Bantrell Trust.

2.         1984: Shmuel Yaroslavsky Memorial Prize for Study on the Development of Microspheres for Medical Applications. Awarded by the Scientific Committee of the Weizmann Institute of Science.

3.         December 1989: M. Landau Grant Foundation for Achievement in the Area of Polymers. Awarded by Mifal-Hapayis.

4.         December 1994, Annual Meeting of the Israel Polymer Society: Excellence Award for 1994 by The Israel Polymer and Plastics Society to V. Reznikov for the best Ph.D. research on "Bioactive Polymers".  

5.         Summer 1997 in Tokyo Institute of Technology, Dept. of Physical Electronics, Japan, via Israel-Japan science exchange program, supported by Japan Society for Promotion of Science (JSPS) and the Israeli Ministry of Science.

6.         Feb. 1998, The 63rd Meeting of the Israel Chemical Society: Award to Boaz Nitzan as the best research student of the Chemistry Department of Bar-Ilan University, Israel.

7.         Feb. 2000, The 65th Meeting of the Israel Chemical Society: Award to Sigalit Gura as the best research student of the Chemistry Department of  Bar-Ilan University, Israel.

8.         April 2003, Taubenblat Prize for studies on Bioactive Wound Dressing & Particles.

9.         2010, The Elias, Genevieve and Georgianna Atol Charitabe Trus Fellow in Nanomedicine.

10.       Sept. 2014, The 2014 IVS Excellency Award for Research.

 

RESEARCH PROJECT GRANTS

 

1.        Synthesis of polyaldehyde microspheres.

           Grantor: G.M.J. Schmidt Fund for Preindustrial Research of the Harry Levine Center and the Ministry of Industry. April 1980-March 1981.

2.        Detoxification of heavy metals by specific polymers.

           Grantor: Ministry of Labor. February 1981-January 1984.

3.        Development of new technology for the synthesis of polyaldehyde microspheres and their biomedical applications.

           Grantor: G.M.J. Schmidt Fund for Preindustrial Research. Administered by the Harry Levin Center and Sponsored by Yeda and the Ministry of Industry. July 1982-June 1983.

4.        Microspheres in the diagnostic field.

           Grantor: Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd. August 1982-January 1983.

5.        Synthesis of polymeric spheres containing aldehyde groups and their biological applications by means of affinity chromatography.

            Grantor: The National Council for Research and Development. August 1982-July 1983.

6.         Polyacrolein microspheres and applications.

            Grantor: Galil Advanced Tech. August 1983-July 1986. Total: $400,000

7.         Synthesis and characterization of liquid polyaldehyde microcapsules and biological applications.

           Grantor: National Academy, Israel. October 1985-September 1988.

8.        Specific removal of low density lipoproteins (LDL) by hemoperfusion.

           Grantor: Joint German-Israel Research Program, National Council for Research and Development. November 1987-September 1990.

9.        Perfluoro-polymeric microspheres.

           Grantor: Science Based Industry, Bar-Ilan University, 1988.

10.       Drug receptor interactions.

            Grantor: Minerva, to 4 Researchers; 1994-2000 Total budget Endowment: DM 1,500,000.

11.       Metal coated microspheres.

           Grantor: Defence  Ministry, Israel. June 1988-May 1990.

12.       Organized, close-packed coated functionalized monolayers: synthesis, characterization and biological applications.

            Grantor: Israel Ministry of Industry, April 1989-March 1991.

13.       Design and synthesis of optimal support for diagnostics applications.

            Grantor: Science Based Industry, Bar-Ilan University, 1989.

14.       Synthesis and characterization of cellulose microspheres and their biological applications.

            Grantor: The National Council for Research and Development. June 1989-May 1992.

15.       Supported polymeric microspheres.

            Grantor: Science Based Industry, Bar-Ilan University, 1990.

16.       Organized, close packed functionalized monolayer coated polymeric microspheres: design, synthesis, characterization and biological applications: drug delivery, specific cell labeling, etc. (In collaboration with Prof. J. Kreuter, Frankfurt University).

            Grantor: GIF (German-Israel Foundation), October 1990-September 1993.

17.       Organized and non-organized functionalized colloids covalently bonded onto solid surfaces.

            Grantor: The National Council for Research and Development, July 1991-June 1994.

18.       Novel bioactive polymeric materials for treatment of wounds and burns.

            Grantor: The National Council for Research and Development, June 1992-April 1995.Total budget: $150,000

19.       Bioactive cellulose conjugates.

            Grantor: Science Based Industry, Bar-Ilan University, 1993.

20.       Bioactive polymeric surfaces and applications.

            Grantor: Manof, The National Council for Research and Development, December 1993-November 1996.

21.       Hollow silica microspheres: synthesis, characterization and uses.

            Grantor: Science Based Industry, Bar-Ilan University, 1994.

22.       Synthesis and biomedical use of new magnetic microspheres (in collaboration with Prof. S. Slavin, Head of the Bone Marrow Transplant Dept., Hadassah Hospital University, Jerusalem).

            Grantor: Science Based Industry, Bar-Ilan University, 1994.

23.       Magnetic and non-magnetic, solid and hollow, organic-inorganic hybrid functionalized microspheres.

            Grantor: Science Based Industry, Bar-Ilan University, 1995.

24.       Thin layer oleophobic coatings for printing.

           Grantor: Scitex Corporation, Israel, 1994.

25.       Immobilized  enzymes.

            Grantor: Israel Chemicals LTD, IMI Institute for Research & Development,  1995.

26.       Bioactive dressings.

            Grantor: Beirsdorf Medical, Hamburg, Germany, 1995-1997. Total budget $200,000

27.       New magnetic nanoparticles as oligonucleotide carriers for biomedical applications ( In collaboration with Prof. H. Seliger, ULM University, Polymer Section, Germany).

            Grantor: GIF (German-Israel Foundation), Jan. 1996 - Dec. 1999.

28.       Solid and hollow, magnetic and non-magnetic, organic-inorganic hybrid microspheres: synthesis, characterization and biological uses.

            Grantor: The National Council for Research and Development, Nov. 1995-Oct.1998.

29.       Immobilized enzymes in organic media.

            Grantor: Israel Chemicals LTD, IMI Institute for Research & Development, 1996.

30.       New magnetic carriers for biomedical applications.

            Grantor: The National Council for Research and Development, June 1996-May 1999.

31.       Surface modification of polymers containing hydroxyl groups.

            Grantor: The National Council for Research and Development, Ashcol Fellowship, Oct. 1996-Sept. 1999.

32.        New monodispersed functional magnetic nanospheres: synthesis, characterization and biological use.

             Grantor: BSF (United States Israel Binational Foundation), Jan. 98 - Dec. 2001.

33.        New magnetic nanospheres: synnthesis, characterization and use as oligonucleotide carriers for biomedical applications (In collaboration with Dr. K.A. Gupta, Center for Biochemical Technology, Deli, India)

             Grantor: The National Council for Research and Development:  Israel - India (India-Israel Foundation), Jan. 1996 - Dec. 1998.

34.        Carbon nanoparticles based on polyacrylonitrile.

             Grantor: The National Council for Research and Development, Eshkol Fellowship, March. 1998-Feb. 2001.

35.        New bioactive materials: preparation, characterization and biomedical applications.

             Grantor: The National Council for Research and Development, Infrastructure Research, Sept. 1998-Aug. 2001.

36.        New bioactive materials for hemostasis and fibrinolysis.

Grantor: The National Council for Research and Development, Eshkol Fellowship, Oct. 1998-Sept. 2001.

37.        Cell selection by magnetic flow sorting (P.I. M. Zborowski).

Grantor: National Institute of Health (NIH), Feb. 2,000-Jan. 2004.

38.        Microscale and nanoscale particles and films as tailored biomaterial interfaces.

             Grantor: Minerva, Endowment by 2 Researchers, March 2000-Feb., Total budget: DM 1,500,000.

39.        Design, preparation, characterization and special applications of functional materials based on micron-sized template microspheres of very narrow size distribution. 

             Grantor: The National Council for Research and Development, Eshkol Fellowship to Lior Baugoslavski, July 2000-June 2003.

40.        Nanocomposites

             Grantor: Israeli Defence ministry , July 2000-Sept. 2001

41.        Oligonucleotide conjugated microspheres for diagnostics

             Grantor: Biological Industries, Migdal-Haamek, 2000-2001.

42.        Tailor-made nanoparticles of narrow size distribution for microphotonic applications. (In collaboration with Prof. E. Thomas from M.I.T.)

             Grantor: BSF (United States Israel Binational Foundation), Oct.2001 - Sept.2004

43.         Israel Science Foundation Grant for heavy equipments, with A. Gedanken and A. Zaban; High Resolution Transmission Electron Microscope ($900,000). 2002

44.         Israel Science Foundation Grant for heavy equipments, with A. Fridman and L. Klein (Physics Department); AFM for nanolithography. 2002

45.         Nanoparticles for industrial applications. Magnet, Israeli Ministry of Trade & Industry, Dec. 2002-Nov. 2005.

46.         Innovative optical and electrochemical biosensors for medical diagnosis and environmental monitoring.

              Grantor: The National Council for Research and Development, Infrastructure Research, Nov. 2002-Oct..2005.

47.         Tailor-made functional nano- & micron-sized particles for biomedical applications: with Merck and the University of Ulm (Prof. H. Seliger, section  polymers).

              Grantor: BMBF, Germany Sept. 2002-Aug. 2005.

48.         Synthesis and characterization organo-iodine nano- & micron-sized particles for medical X-ray imaging. 

              Grantor: The National Council for Research and Development, Eshkol Fellowship to Ana  Galperin, Oct 2002-Sept 2005.

49.         New high-throughput screening method for isolation and identification of tumor targeted ligands out from combinatorial organic libraries.

               Grantor: Bar-Ilan Research & Development 2005-2006 (together with Prof. G. Byk).

50.          Synthesis, characterization and surface modification of magnetic nanoparticles for industrial and medical applications.

               Grantor: The National Council for Research and Development, Eshkol Fellowship to Yonit Bougoslavski, July 2005-June 2008.

51.           Synthesis and characterization of functional magnetic nanoparticles for specific marking, removal and inhibition and reversion of conformational changes that lead to amyloid fibrils formation. (In collaboration with G. Belfort from Rensselaer Polytechnc Inst., N.Y. U.S.A.)

                Grantor: BSF (United States Israel Binational Foundation), Oct./ 06 - Sept./10, Total fund: $200,000.

52.           Synthesis and characterization of bioactive nanoparticles for hemostasis.  Nofar, Israeli Ministry of Trade & Industry, March 2006-Feb. 2007.

53.            Nanoparticles for biophotonics medical applications. Magnet, Israeli Ministry of Trade & Industry, June 2007-Oct 2012.

54.            Nanoparticles for biofouling applications.

                 Grantor:  Magnet, Israeli Ministry of Trade & Industry, Sept. 2007-Aug. 2012.

55.            Synthesis & characterization of iodinated nanoparticles for CT lymphography. (In collaboration with F. Kissling, University of Aachen, and S. Bartling, German Cancer Research Center (DKFZ), Heidelberg)

                  Grantor: GIF (German Israel Foundation), Jan. 2009 –Dec. 2011, total fund: EURO197,000.

56.              Synthesis and characterization of stable and indifferent explosives via  encapsulation process.

                   Grantor: Mafat (Israeli Defence ministry), June 2009 –May2013.

57.              Nanoparticles as a delivery method for Alzheimer's Disease therapeutics (in collaboration with Dr. Ed Stern from the Faculty of Life Sciences, Bar-Ilan University).

                  Grantor: The Elias, Genevieve and Geogianna Atol Charitable Trust, 2008-2009.

58.             Moleculaly-engineered particle brush systems for robust and responsive photonic crystal coating applications.  (In collaboration with Dr. Michael R. Bockstaller, Dept. Of Materials Science and Engineering, Carnegie Mellon University Pittsburgh, PA, USA.

                  Grantor: BSF (United States Israel Binational Foundation), Oct. 2011 – Nov. . 2014.

59.             Polymer, plastics, packaging consortium. Magnet, Israeli Ministry of Trade & Industry, June 2011 – May 2015.

60.            Synthesis of new CO2 filters.

                Grantor: Mafaat (Israeli Defence ministry), June 2012 – May 2014.

61.           Novel bisphosphonate near IR dyed nanoparticles for optical detection and therapy of bone malignancy.

                Grantor:  Kamin, Israeli Ministry of Trade & Industry,  Dec. 2012 –Nov. 2014.

62.           A tumor therapy platform technology based on multimodal visible (CT/X-ray and MRI) embolization microspheres  loaded with active ingredients .  (In collaboration with Soenke Bartling, University Medical Center Mannheim, Mannheim, Germany.

               Grantor:   BMBF- Minstry of Science, Israel, BIODISC , October 2013 – Sept. 2014.

63.          Engineering of polymers and nano/micro-particles of narrow size distribution from proteinoids and proteinoids-polylactic acid for diagnosis and therapy of cancer.

               Grantor:  Kamin, Israeli Ministry of Trade & Industry,  Jan. 2015 – Dec. 2016.

64.          Re-chargable N-halopolylamide crosslinked nanoparticles for antifouling, antimicrobial and self-cleaning applications.

               Grantor: Nofar, Israeli Ministry of Trade & Industry,  April 2015 – March 2016.

65.          Superhydrphobic coatings

               Grantor:  Magnet, Israeli Ministry of Trade & Industry, Dec. 2016 - Nov. 2019.

66.          Bio-active bisphosphonate nanoparticles for bone regeneration enhancement

              Grantor:  Magneton, Israeli Ministry of Trade & Industry, Aug. 2016 - July. 2018.

67.        Synthesis and characterization of hollow proteinoid and/or silica containing

 nano/micro-capsules containing unique oil.

             Grantor: Mafaat (Israeli Defence ministry), March 2017 – Feb. 2019.

68.        Specific filters for CO2

             Grantor: Mafaat (Israeli Defence ministry), March 2017 – Feb. 2019.

69.        Rechargeable Anti-Biofilm Activity of Polymers on the Base of N-Halamine Nanoparticle.

             Grantor: BMBF/NATI German-Israel Cooperation, Feb. 2018 – Jan. 2021.

70.        Innovative nanoparticle-based functional coatings by optimized coating processes and novel energy efficient drying processes.  

             Grantor: BMBF/NATI German-Israel Cooperation, Jan. 2018 – Dec. 2020.

71.     פיתוח גישה מבוססת ננו-טכנולוגיה לצורך טיפול בפריחות חיידקים כחוליים בבריכות דגים ומאגרי מים (יחד עם אור שפירא ממכון וולקני).

מממן: המדעו הראשי, משרד החקלאות, 1918-1920

72.         Tracking sex pheromone through fluorescent dye nano-marking (together with Alli Harrari)

              Grantor: Chief Scientist of the Agriculture Office, 1918 - 1921

73.         Development of new herbecides based proteinoids (together with Liron Klipchan)

              Grantor: Chief Scientist of the Agriculture Office,  1918-1921

74.         Magnetic Drug Targeting  for Rectal Cancer (together with Yoav Mintz)

              Grantor:  Kamin, Israeli Ministry of Trade & Industry, Oct. 2018-Sept. 2020

 

PARTICIPATION IN ORGANIZING CONFERENCES COMMITTEES

 

1.         The Second National Conference on Delivery Systems in Biology and Medicine, March 1984, Jerusalem.

            Organizers: Ministry of Science and Development, National Council for Research and Development.

2.        The United Kingdom-Israel Binational Symposium on Biomaterials. March 1986, Tel Aviv.

3.        Secretary, IUPAC International Symposium on Polymers on Advanced Technologies, August 1987, Jerusalem.

4.        International Conference on Biomedical Polymers, June 1991, Jerusalem. Organizers: Ministry of Science and Development, National Council for Research and Development.

5.        58th Annual Meeting of the Israeli Chemical Society, February 1983, Tel Aviv, (Chairman).

Organizers: Israeli Chemical Society

6.        Polymerization Systems and Polymer Modification, April 1993, Tel Aviv, (Chairman).

            Organizers: The Israeli Society of Polymers and Plastics.

7.        The 12th Israeli Conference on Thermal Analysis, June 1994, The Hebrew University, Jerusalem.

            Organizers: The Israeli Society of Thermal Analysis.

8.        The 6th Israeli Conference on Surfaces and Colloid Sciences, October 1994, Zichron Yaakov, Israel.

9.        Mediteranean Network of Polymer Science and Technology, May 1996, Israel.

10.       11th International Symposium on Surfactants in Solution, June 1996, Jerusalem, Israel.

11.       8th Gentner Symposium on Chemistry, Copperative Phenomena in Organic Solids and of Organics at Surfaces, Mainz, Germany, Sept. 2-5, 1996.

12.       XVth European Chemistry at Interfaces (ECIC), October 1998, Ramat-Rachel, Jerusalem, Israel.

13.       Israel-Hungary-Korea Conference on Structure Analysis and Interaction at Liguid-Liguid Interfaces, Summer 1997, Jerusalem, Israel.

14.       8th International Conference on Polymer Based Technology, June 1998 Maale Hahamisha, Israel.

15.       The 64th Israel Chemical Society Conference, March 1999, Ramat-Gan, Israel.      

16.       The 19th IVS (Israel Vacuum Society) annual conference, June 2000, HAIT, Israel.

17.       PAT 2001, International Conference on Polymer Based Technology, Sept. 2001, Eilat, Israel.

18.       Nanoparticles in Biology and Medicine. Bar-Ilan University, Dept. of Chemistry, Ramat-Gan, Israel, Oct. 2001.

19.       Particles 2002, Orlando, Florida, U.S.A. April 2002.

20.       Annual  Israel Chemical Society, Tel-Aviv, Israel, Feb. 2005.

21.       Minerva Meeting on Nano- and Micro-Scaled Particles for Biomedical Applications. Bar-Ilan University, Ramat-Gan, Israel, Feb. 2005.

22.       Particles 2006, Orlando, Florida, U.S.A. May, 2006.

23.       Particles 2008, Orlando, Florida, U.S.A. May, 2008.

24.       Particles 2009, Berlin, Germany.  May, 2009.

PAT (Polymers for Advanced Technologies) 2009, Jerusalem, October 2009.

25.       29th IVS annual Conference and Technical Workshop, Herzelia, June 2011.

26.       Particles 2010,  Medical/Biochemical Diagnostic, Pharmaceutical, and Drug Delivery Applications of Particle Technology
22-25 May, Florida, USA.

27.       Particles 2011, Stimuli-Responsive Particles and Particle Assemblies
9-12 July, Berlin, Germany.

28.       Particles 2012

29.       Particles 2013, Particles in Composites and Related Advanced Materials
3-6  August 2013, Dayton Grand Hotel, Dayton, Ohio, USA

30.       Europe-Africa PPS (Polymer Processing Sosciety ) Conference, October 19-

23/2014, Tel-Aviv, Israel

31.       Particles 2015, Particles in Diagnostics and Delivery,  3-6 August/2015, Lisbon, Portugal

 

 

EDITORIAL BOARD

 

Biomagnetic Research & Technology (http//www.biomagres.com/)

 

 

INTERNATIONAL PROFESSIONAL COURSES

 

1.         Microencapsulation.

            The Center for Professional Advancement, May 1986, Amsterdam.

            Course Director: Prof. Robert E. Sparks.

2.         How to Make Microcapsules (lab. course).

            Washington University, St. Louis, USA. April 1987.

            Course Director: Prof. Curt Thies

3.         Thin Solid Films.

            Sandia National Laboratory, Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA, August 1990.

            Course Directors:  Dr. C.J. Brinker et. al.

4.         Adehesion Science and Technology.

            Technion-Israel Inst., Ramat-Gan, June 1995.

            Course Director: Dr. K.L. Mittal.

 

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

 

1.         Introduction to Macromolecules

            Department of Chemistry, Bar-Ilan University, Israel.

2.         Monomolecular Coatings and Surface Chemistry.

            Department of Chemistry, Bar-Ilan University, Israel.

3.         Biochemistry.            

            Department of Chemistry, Bar-Ilan University, Israel.

4.         General Chemistry to Geography Students.

5.         Polymer Chemistry, Bromine Industry Ltd., Beer Sheva, Jan-Feb. 2005

 

Research

Polymers & biopolymers; Surface chemistry; Thin films, Nanotechnology, Nabiotechnology and agro-nanotechnology; Encapsulation; Applications of magnetic and non-magnetic functional nanoparticles for medical (specific cell labeling and separation, diagnosis and therapy of cancer, multimodal contrast agents, wound healing, neurodegenerative disorders, etc.), agricultural and industrial applications.

RESEARCH PROJECT GRANTS

1.         Synthesis of polyaldehyde microspheres.

            Grantor: G.M.J. Schmidt Fund for Preindustrial Research of the Harry Levine Center and the Ministry of Industry. April 1980-March 1981.

 

2.        Detoxification of heavy metals by specific polymers.

           Grantor: Ministry of Labor. February 1981-January 1984.

 

3.        Development of new technology for the synthesis of polyaldehyde microspheres and their biomedical applications.

           Grantor: G.M.J. Schmidt Fund for Preindustrial Research. Administered by the Harry Levin Center and Sponsored by Yeda and the Ministry of Industry. July 1982-June 1983.

 

4.        Microspheres in the diagnostic field.

           Grantor: Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd. August 1982-January 1983.

 

5.        Synthesis of polymeric spheres containing aldehyde groups and their biological applications by means of affinity chromatography.

           Grantor: The National Council for Research and Development. August 1982-July 1983.

 

 6.       Polyacrolein microspheres and applications.

           Grantor: Galil Advanced Tech. August 1983-July 1986. Total: $400,000

 

7.        Synthesis and characterization of liquid polyaldehyde microcapsules and biological applications.

           Grantor: National Academy, Israel. October 1985-September 1988.

 

8.        Specific removal of low density lipoproteins (LDL) by hemoperfusion.

           Grantor: Joint German-Israel Research Program, National Council for Research and Development. November 1987-September 1990.

 

9.         Perfluoro-polymeric microspheres.

            Grantor: Science Based Industry, Bar-Ilan University, 1988.

 

10.       Drug receptor interactions.

            Grantor: Minerva, to 4 Researchers; 1994-2000 Total budget Endowment: DM 1,500,000.

 

11.       Metal coated microspheres.

            Grantor: Defence  Ministry, Israel. June 1988-May 1990.

 

12.       Organized, close-packed coated functionalized monolayers: synthesis, characterization and biological applications.

            Grantor: Israel Ministry of Industry, April 1989-March 1991.

 

13.       Design and synthesis of optimal support for diagnostics applications.

            Grantor: Science Based Industry, Bar-Ilan University, 1989.

 

14.       Synthesis and characterization of cellulose microspheres and their biological applications.

            Grantor: The National Council for Research and Development. June 1989-May 1992.

 

15.       Supported polymeric microspheres.

            Grantor: Science Based Industry, Bar-Ilan University, 1990.

 

16.       Organized, close packed functionalized monolayer coated polymeric microspheres: design, synthesis, characterization and biological applications: drug delivery, specific cell labeling, etc. (In collaboration with Prof. J. Kreuter, Frankfurt University).

            Grantor: GIF (German-Israel Foundation), October 1990-September 1993.

 

17.       Organized and non-organized functionalized colloids covalently bonded onto solid surfaces.

            Grantor: The National Council for Research and Development, July 1991-June 1994.

 

18.       Novel bioactive polymeric materials for treatment of wounds and burns.

            Grantor: The National Council for Research and Development, June 1992-April 1995.Total budget: $150,000

 

19.       Bioactive cellulose conjugates.

            Grantor: Science Based Industry, Bar-Ilan University, 1993.

 

20.       Bioactive polymeric surfaces and applications.

            Grantor: Manof, The National Council for Research and Development, December 1993-November 1996.

 

21.       Hollow silica microspheres: synthesis, characterization and uses.

            Grantor: Science Based Industry, Bar-Ilan University, 1994.

 

22.       Synthesis and biomedical use of new magnetic microspheres (in collaboration with Prof. S. Slavin, Head of the Bone Marrow Transplant Dept., Hadassah Hospital University, Jerusalem).

            Grantor: Science Based Industry, Bar-Ilan University, 1994.

 

23.       Magnetic and non-magnetic, solid and hollow, organic-inorganic hybrid functionalized microspheres.

            Grantor: Science Based Industry, Bar-Ilan University, 1995.

 

24.       Thin layer oleophobic coatings for printing.

            Grantor: Scitex Corporation, Israel, 1994.

 

25.       Immobilized  enzymes.

            Grantor: Israel Chemicals LTD, IMI Institute for Research & Development,  1995.

 

26.       Bioactive dressings.

            Grantor: Beirsdorf Medical, Hamburg, Germany, 1995-1997. Total budget $200,000

 

27.       New magnetic nanoparticles as oligonucleotide carriers for biomedical applications ( In collaboration with Prof. H. Seliger, ULM University, Polymer Section, Germany).

            Grantor: GIF (German-Israel Foundation), Jan. 1996 - Dec. 1999.

 

28.       Solid and hollow, magnetic and non-magnetic, organic-inorganic hybrid microspheres: synthesis, characterization and biological uses.

            Grantor: The National Council for Research and Development, Nov. 1995-Oct.1998.

 

29.       Immobilized enzymes in organic media.

            Grantor: Israel Chemicals LTD, IMI Institute for Research & Development, 1996.

 

30.      New magnetic carriers for biomedical applications.

           Grantor: The National Council for Research and Development, June 1996-May 1999.

 

31.       Surface modification of polymers containing hydroxyl groups.

            Grantor: The National Council for Research and Development, Ashcol Fellowship, Oct. 1996-Sept. 1999.

 

32.       New monodispersed functional magnetic nanospheres: synthesis, characterization and biological use.

            Grantor: BSF (United States Israel Binational Foundation), Jan. 98 - Dec. 2001.

 

33.       New magnetic nanospheres: synnthesis, characterization and use as oligonucleotide carriers for biomedical applications (In collaboration with Dr. K.A. Gupta, Center for Biochemical Technology, Deli, India)

            Grantor: The National Council for Research and Development:  Israel - India (India-Israel Foundation), Jan. 1996 - Dec. 1998.

 

34.       Carbon nanoparticles based on polyacrylonitrile.

            Grantor: The National Council for Research and Development, Eshkol Fellowship, March. 1998-Feb. 2001.

 

35.      New bioactive materials: preparation, characterization and biomedical applications.

           Grantor: The National Council for Research and Development, Infrastructure Research, Sept. 1998-Aug. 2001.

 

36.       New bioactive materials for hemostasis and fibrinolysis.

            Grantor: The National Council for Research and Development, Eshkol Fellowship, Oct. 1998-Sept. 2001.

 

37.       Cell selection by magnetic flow sorting (P.I. M. Zborowski).

            Grantor: National Institute of Health (NIH), Feb. 2,000-Jan. 2004.

 

38.      Microscale and nanoscale particles and films as tailored biomaterial interfaces.

            Grantor: Minerva, Endowment by 2 Researchers, March 2000-Feb., Total budget: DM 1,500,000.

 

39.       Design, preparation, characterization and special applications of functional materials based on micron-sized template microspheres of very narrow size distribution. 

            Grantor: The National Council for Research and Development, Eshkol Fellowship to Lior Baugoslavski, July 2000-June 2003.

 

40.       Nanocomposites

            Grantor: Israeli Defence ministry , July 2000-Sept. 2001

 

41.       Oligonucleotide conjugated microspheres for diagnostics

            Grantor: Biological Industries, Migdal-Haamek, 2000-2001.

 

42.       Tailor-made nanoparticles of narrow size distribution for microphotonic applications. (In collaboration with Prof. E. Thomas from M.I.T.)

            Grantor: BSF (United States Israel Binational Foundation), Oct.2001 - Sept.2004

 

43.       Israel Science Foundation Grant for heavy equipments, with A. Gedanken and A. Zaban; High Resolution Transmission Electron Microscope ($900,000). 2002

 

44.       Israel Science Foundation Grant for heavy equipments, with A. Fridman and L. Klein (Physics Department); AFM for nanolithography. 2002

 

45.       Nanoparticles for industrial applications. Magnet, Israeli Ministry of Trade & Industry, Dec. 2002-Nov. 2005.

 

46.       Innovative optical and electrochemical biosensors for medical diagnosis and environmental monitoring.

             Grantor: The National Council for Research and Development, Infrastructure Research, Nov. 2002-Oct..2005.

 

47.       Tailor-made functional nano- & micron-sized particles for biomedical applications: with Merck and the University of Ulm (Prof. H. Seliger, section  polymers).

            Grantor: BMBF, Germany Sept. 2002-Aug. 2005.

 

48.       Synthesis and characterization organo-iodine nano- & micron-sized particles for medical X-ray imaging. 

            Grantor: The National Council for Research and Development, Eshkol Fellowship to Ana  Galperin, Oct 2002-Sept 2005.

 

49.      New high-throughput screening method for isolation and identification of tumor targeted ligands out from combinatorial organic libraries.

            Grantor: Bar-Ilan Research & Development 2005-2006 (together with Prof. G. Byk).

       

50.       Synthesis, characterization and surface modification of magnetic nanoparticles for industrial and medical applications.

            Grantor: The National Council for Research and Development, Eshkol Fellowship to Yonit Bougoslavski, July 2005-June 2008.

51.       Synthesis and characterization of functional magnetic nanoparticles for specific marking, removal and inhibition and reversion of conformational changes that lead to amyloid fibrils formation. (In collaboration with G. Belfort from Rensselaer Polytechnc Inst., N.Y. U.S.A.)

            Grantor: BSF (United States Israel Binational Foundation), Oct./ 06 - Sept./10, Total fund: $200,000.

 

52.       Synthesis and characterization of bioactive nanoparticles for hemostasis.  Nofar, Israeli Ministry of Trade & Industry, March 2006-Feb. 2007.

 

53.       Nanoparticles for biophotonics medical applications. Magnet, Israeli Ministry of Trade & Industry, June 2007-Oct 2012.

 

54.       Nanoparticles for biofouling applications.

            Grantor:  Magnet, Israeli Ministry of Trade & Industry, Sept. 2007-Aug. 2012.

 

  1. Synthesis & characterization of iodinated nanoparticles for CT lymphography. (In collaboration with F. Kissling, University of Aachen, and S. Bartling, German Cancer Research Center (DKFZ), Heidelberg)

          Grantor: GIF (German Israel Foundation), Jan. 2009 –Dec. 2011, total fund: EURO197,000.

 

56.       Synthesis and characterization of stable and indifferent explosives via  encapsulation process.

 Grantor: Mafat (Israeli Defence ministry), June 2009 –May2013.

 

57.      Nanoparticles as a delivery method for Alzheimer's Disease therapeutics (in collaboration with Dr. Ed Stern from the Faculty of Life Sciences, Bar-Ilan University).

          Grantor: The Elias, Genevieve and Geogianna Atol Charitable Trust, 2008-2009.

58.      Moleculaly-engineered particle brush systems for robust and responsive photonic crystal coating applications.  (In collaboration with Dr. Michael R. Bockstaller, Dept. Of Materials Science and Engineering, Carnegie Mellon University Pittsburgh, PA, USA.

           Grantor: BSF (United States Israel Binational Foundation), Oct. 2011 – Nov. . 2014.

 

59.     Polymer, plastics, packaging consortium. Magnet, Israeli Ministry of Trade & Industry, June 2011 – May 2014.

 

60.     Synthesis of new CO2 filters.

          Grantor: Mafaat (Israeli Defence ministry), May 2012 – April 2013.

 

61.      Novel bisphosphonate near IR dyed nanoparticles for optical detection and therapy of bone malignancy.

 

           Grantor:  Kamin, Israeli Ministry of Trade & Industry,  Dec. 2012 –Nov. 2014.

 

62.    A tumor therapy platform technology based on multimodal visible (CT/X-ray and MRI) embolization microspheres  loaded with active ingredients .  (In collaboration with Soenke Bartling, University Medical Center Mannheim, Mannheim, Germany.

         Grantor:   BMBF- Minstry of Science, Israel, BIODISC 

 

 

Courses

INTERNATIONAL PROFESSIONAL COURSES

 

1.         Microencapsulation.

            The Center for Professional Advancement, May 1986, Amsterdam.

            Course Director: Prof. Robert E. Sparks.

 

2.         How to Make Microcapsules (lab. course).

            Washington University, St. Louis, USA. April 1987.

            Course Director: Prof. Curt Thies

 

3.         Thin Solid Films.

            Sandia National Laboratory, Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA, August 1990.

            Course Directors:  Dr. C.J. Brinker et. al.

 

4.         Adehesion Science and Technology.

            Technion-Israel Inst., Ramat-Gan, June 1995.

            Course Director: Dr. K.L. Mittal.

 

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

 

1.         Introduction to Macromolecules

            Department of Chemistry, Bar-Ilan University, Israel.

 

2.         Monomolecular Coatings and Surface Chemistry.

            Department of Chemistry, Bar-Ilan University, Israel.

 

3.         Biochemistry.

            Department of Chemistry, Bar-Ilan University, Israel.

 

4.         General Chemistry to Geography Students.

 

5.         Polymer Chemistry, Bromine Industry Ltd., Beer Sheva, Jan-Feb. 2005

 

Patents

PATENTS

1.  A. Rembaum and S. Margel. Polyglutaraldehyde microspheres. U.S. Patent No. 4,267,235 (12.5.81).

2.  S. Margel and U, Beitler. Process for the production of polyacrolein microspheres and grafted microspheres.  Israel Patent No. 63220, U.S. Patent No. 4,552,812, German Appl. No. P3224484.3 (30.6.82).

3.  S. Margel and U. Beitler. Polyacrolein type microspheres. U.S. Patent No. 4,783,336 (1998).

4.  S. Margel. Process for the production of polyacrolein microspheres by redox polymerization. Israel Patent of Addition No. 70003 (30.4.87).

5.  S. Margel. Preparation of polyacrolein microspheres in high yield. Israel Patent of Addition No. 70004 (30.4.87),U.S. Patent No.4,677,138.

6.  S. Margel. Polyaldehyde microspheres grafted on polymeric substrates. Israel Patent of Addition No. 67619 (1987).

7.  S. Margel. Reactions and use of hybrido polyacrolein microspheres. Israel Appl. No. 67865 (8.2.83).

8.  S. Margel. Agarose-polyaldehyde beads and their biological applications: affinity chromatography, hemoperfusion, cell separation, etc. Israel Patent No. 65131 (1.1.89), U.S. Patent No. 4,732,811 (1988), Japanese Appl. No. 30656/83 (25.2.83), E.P.O. Patent No. 0087786 (24.6.87).

9.   S. Margel. A method for removing components of biological fluids. Applications: affinity chromatography. U.S. Appl. No. 922,021 (22.10.86).

10.  S. Margel and J. Hirsch. A novel analysis of total inorganic and organic mercury. Israel Appl. No. 68223 (24.3.83).

11.  S. Margel. Metal coated polyaldehyde microspheres. Israel Patent No. 618494 (1989), U.S. Patent No. 4,624,923 (1986), E.P.O. Appl. No. 85106996.3 (5.6.85).

12.  S. Margel. Cell culturing with agarose-polyacrolein microsphere beads. U.S. Appl. No. 612308 (20.5.84).

13.  S. Margel. Improved agarose-polyaldehyde microspheres beads. Israel Patent Appl. No.

14.  S. Margel. Supported microspheres. Israel Patent Appl. No. 100105 (Jan. 1990), U.S. Patent Appl. No. 15,383 (Dec. 1992), Canada Patent Appl. No. 15,839 (Dec. 1992), Japan Patent Appl. No. 15840 (Dec. 1992), Europe Patent Appl. No. 15841 (Dec. 1992).

15.  S. Margel and S. Sturchak. Bioactive-cellulose conjugates and their use for wound treatment. U.S. Patent  5,855,987 (1999), Israel Patet Appl. No. 104734 (1993), Canada Patent Appl. No. 94300991.0 (Feb. 1994), Europe Patent Appl. No. 18379 (Feb. 1994), Japan Appl. No. 18380 (Feb. 1994), Mexico Patent Appl. No. 18381 (Feb. 1994).

16.  S. Margel and H. Bamnolker. Synthesis and use of new magnetic and non-magnetic solid and hollow microspheres. U.S. patent 6,103,379 (2,000), Israel Patent Appl. No. 111186 (1994),  WO 96/11054.

17.  S. Margel and S. Sturchak. Bioactive conjugates of cellulose with amino compounds I. U.S. Patent 5,516,673 (1996).

18.  S. Margel and S. Sturchak. Bioactive conjugates of cellulose with amino compounds II. U.S. Patent 5,855,987 (1999).

19.  S. Margel and I. Burdigin. Bioactive cellulose conjugates formed by activation with 1,1-carbonyldiimidazole and their use for wound healing. Israel Patent Application (1996).

20.  S. Margel and S. Gura. Nucleation and growth of magnetic metal oxide nanoparticles of controlled size distribution and its use. WO/99/62079, EC 1088315 (2003); Israel 139638 (2006).

21.  S. Margel, L. Sheichat and T. Tennenbaum. Biological glues based on thrombin conjugated nanoparticles. WO/2004/045494, US Patent 7550282 (June 2009).

22.  S. Margel and A. Galperin. New core and core-shell nanoparticles containing iodine for X-ray imaging applications (Israel Patent Application 167861/2005); WO 2006/106513 A2

23.  H. Seliger and M. Hinz, S. Margel, P. Lapido, "Verfahren zur Erzeugung von mit Nanopartikeln verbundenen Substanzen mit Hilfe von reversiblen Bindungen an Trägermaterialien" German Application Number DE10 2006 022 752.2.

24.  S. Margel, C Brody and B. Perlstein, " New stabilized TRAIL conjugates for imaging, targeting and therapy of gliomas. PCT/IL2008/001286, WO 2009/040811

25.  S. Margel, D. Mizrahi and E. Gluz. . “Bisphosphonates  Vinylic Monomers and Polymers and Uses Thereof. PCT/1B2013/054135, WO2013/176385A1

26.  S. Margel and D. Amara. Superparamagnetic and ferromagnetic nano and micrometer-sized polymericand carbon particles  of narrow size distribution based on the decomposition of ferrocene. Provisional patent application No. 61/457954, Ref. 43-006 US  (July 2012).

27.  S. Margel, S. Cohen, E. Corem, and M. Pellach. Near IR albumin nanoparticles for biomedical applications. US provisional patent  13/550937 (2012).

28.  S. Margel, O. Ziv-Polat, H. Skaat, and A. Shahar. Novel nanocomposite gels and fibrin scaffolds for cell implantation and tissue engineering. US provisional patent application  no. 61678109 ( August  2012).

29.  S. Bartling, S. Margel and H. Haviv. Multimodal visible  polymer  embolization material. German patent application 20120184642 (2012).

30.  S. Margel and O. Mero.   Novel Conducting and Non-Conducting Magnetic Thin Coatings by CVD or Decomposition of Metal Carbonyl Precursors. Provisional US patent application 61/603973 (28/2/12).

31.  S. Margel and C. Biton. Synthesis and characterization of Bi2O3 core-shell nanoparticles for x-ray   imaging applications. US provisional application 61/711753 (10/10/12).

32.  S. Margel,  E. Banin,  O. Gutman and M. Natan. “Polyamide nanoparticles and uses thereof”. WO/2015/111055

33.  S. Margel, B. Perlstein, C. Brodie and T. Mikkelsen. “Polymer nanoparticles coated by magnetic metal oxide and uses thereof”. US Patent 9,295,736  (2016).      

34.  S. Margel, S. Cohen; “UV-absorbing polymeric particles”. U.S. patent application 62/313,842 (2016).

35.  S. Margel, S. Cohen; “Antimicrobial polymeric particles”. U.S. patent  application 62/313,838 (2016).

36.  S. Margel, M. Kolitz Domb and E. Sason. "Anti-fogging proteinoids and

composition comprising same". US patent application 2017/0042627 A1

37.  S. Margel, M, Kolitz Domb, etc.    “Proteinoid compounds, process of preparing

same and uses thereof”. US patent application 0042827 (2017).

38.  S. Margel, Sharon Bretler, Sarit Cohen and Naftali Kanovsky. "In-situ thin coating of silica particles onto plastic films and their applications" US Provisional Patent Application No. 62/645,839 (2018).

Research Group

STUDENT  SUPERVISION

1.        R. Azhari. M.Sc. Thesis: Extracorporeal specific removal of paraquat (1984).

2.         D. Horowitz, M.Sc. Thesis: Iron detoxification by hemoperfusion (1984).

3.         M. Shahar, M.Sc. Thesis: Synthesis and characterization of reactive derivatives of polystyrene microspheres (1984).

4.         M. Tenenbaum, M.Sc. Thesis: Design, synthesis, characterization and applications of polymeric microspheres based on methyl(hydroxymethyl) acrylate (1991).

5.         O. Sivan, M.Sc. Thesis: Functionalized, organized, coated monolayers: design, synthesis and applications (1991).

6.         R. Binnes, M.Sc. Thesis (in collaboration with Professor A. Gedanken): Monomolecular coatings capable of molecular and chiral selectivity (1994).

 7.        Y. Dolitzky, Ph.D. Thesis: Monodispersed reactive polymeric microspheres covalently bound in a monolayer structure onto solid supports: synthesis, characterization and applications (1994).

8.         E. Ben-Bassat, M.Sc. Thesis: Characterization and uses of colloids containing phenyl-chloromethyl functionality (1994).

9.         B. Nizan, M.Sc. Thesis: Functionalized colloids: design, synthesis, characterization, and biomedical functionality (1994).

10.       S. Brandris, Ph.D. Thesis: Polymeric microspheres coated with organized, close-packed w-functionalized monolayers as novel model surfaces for studying surface interactions (1996).

11.       H. Bamnolker, Ph.D. Thesis: Solid and hollow, magnetic and non-magnetic, organic-inorganic hybrid microspheres: synthesis, characterization and use (1996).

12.       R. Krasnikov, M.Sc. Thesis (in collaboration with Professor A. Gedanken): Monolayer and multilayer self-assembled functional coatings with molecular recognition capability (1996).

13.       V. Reznikov, Ph.D. Thesis: Bioactive polymeric surfaces: preparation, characterization and use for treatment of wounds (1997).

14.       G. Mandel, M.Sc. Thesis: Bioactive polymers and their use for wound healing (1997).

15.       O. Melamed, Ph.D. Thesis: Poly α-amino acids microspheres (2002).

16.       M. Kedem, Ph.D. Thesis: Synthesis, characterization, surface modification and use of nanoparticles containing chloromethyl groups (2001).

17.       S. Gura, Ph.D. Thesis: Synthesis, characterization and use of new functional magnetic nanoparticles (2000).

18.       M. Zuberi, M.Sc. Thesis (in collaboration with Prof. S. Grossman from the Life Sciences. Dept.): Immobilized enzymes on nanoparticles (1999).

19.       S. Wizel, Ph.D. Thesis (in collaboration with Prof. A. Gedanken): Ultrasonic polymerization (2001).

20.       B. Nitzan, Ph.D. Thesis: Functional colloids: design, synthesis, characterization and biomedical applications (1999).

21.       L. Bogoslavsky, Ph.D. Thesis: Polyacrylonitrile nanoparticles (2003).

22.       L. Sheihet, Ph.D. Thesis: Bioactive polymers: synthesis, characterization and use for hemostasis (2002).

23.       Y. Boguslavski, M.Sc Surface modification of silica and magnetite nanoparticles (2003).

24.      N. Fraiman, M.Sc. Titania nanoparticles – synthesis, surface modification and applications (2003).

25.       T. Zimrin, M.Sc. Studying water permeability and solubility in polymeric microelectronic packaging, component failure and its delay (2004).

26.       R. Ben-Shabat, M.Sc. (together with Uri Nir) Magnetic nanoparticles in gene therapy (2004).

27.       S. Haber, M.Sc. Conductive polypyrole nano & micro-particles (2004).

28.       R. Ben-Shabat, M.Sc. (together with Uri Nir): Magnetic nanoparticles in gene therapy (2004).

29.       M. Zuberi, Ph.D. Thesis: Design, preparation, characterization and special applications of new functional materials of controlled properties based on micron-sized template polystyrene microspheres of narrow size distribution (2005).

30..      U. Akiva, Ph.D. Multiphase functional non-spherical microparticles of narrow size distribution: synthesis, characterization and uses (2005).

31.       V. Shuster, M.Sc. Micro & nano-scaled particles for wound healing (2005).

32.       S. Baruch, M.Sc. Nano-scaled multiphase functional particles (2005).

33.       A. Galperin, Ph.D. Synthesis, characterization and use of X-ray contrast agents, nano-and micro-particles (2006).

33.       E. Partouche, Ph.D. Grafted nano- and micro-scaled particles (2007).

34.       N. Shpaizmann, Ph.D. Synthesis, characterization and application of iron nano- and micro-particles (2007).

35.       N. Fraiman, Ph.D. Solid & hollow titania nano and micro-particles synthesis, surface modification and applications (2007).

36.       Y. Boguslavski, Ph.D. Surface modification of silica and magnetite magnetite nanoparticles (2008).

37.       M. Rotem, M.Sc. Two & three dimensional molecular imprinting nano- & micron-scaled particles (2008).

38.       P. Lapido, Ph.D. Micro & nano-particles for industrial applications (2008).

39.       H. Skaat, M.Sc. Acceleration and inhibition of amyloid fibril formation by functional  nanoparticles (2008).

40        Chagit Biton, M.Sc. Synthesis and characterization of nano and micro-scaled particles as contrast  agents for X-ray applications (2008).

41.       Eran Gluz, M.Sc. Synthesis and characterization of iron oxide nanoparticles for diagnostics and therapy of bone cancer (2008).

42.       Ron Snovski, M.Sc. Magnetic and non-magnetic micrometer-sized carbon particles of narrow size distribution and controlled properties (2008).

43.       J. Goldstein, M.Sc. Multiphase functional nano- & micro-scaled particles of narrow size distribution: preparation, characterization and industrial uses (2009).

44.       R. Ben-Shabat, Ph.D. (together with Uri Nir): Magnetic nanoparticles in gene therapy (2009).

45.       T. Zimrin, Ph.D. Studying water permeability and solubility in polymeric microelectronic packaging, component failure and its delay (2009).

46.       B. Perelstein, Ph.D. MRI  targeting with magnetic nanoparticles (2009).

47.       O. Ziv, Ph.D. Thrombin conjugated magnetic and albumin nanoparticles and biomedical applications: hemostasis, wound healing and bone regeneration (2009).

48.       D. Amara, M.Sc. Synthesis, characterization and uses of elemental iron nano and micron- scaled particles (2009).

49.       M. Omer, Ph.D. Gels and nano- & micro-particles of metal oxides (2009)

50.       Sigal Baruch, Ph.D. Nano- & micron-scaled multiphase functional particles and applications (2009).

51.       Michal Pelach, M.Sc. Synthesis and characterization of dyed micrometer-sized polystyrene particles for imaging applications (2009).

52.       Inna Laitman, M.Sc. Anti-biofouling graft polymers and nanoparticles (2009).

53.       Gilhad Shafir, Ph.D. Synthesis and characterization of Factor IIV-conjugated nanoparticles for hemostasis applications (2009).

54.       Ori Gutman, M.Sc. Synthesis and characterization of nanoparticles and coating containing dimethylhydantoin for inhibition of biofouling processes (2009).

55.       On Mero, M.Sc. Synthesis of thin magnetic conductive thin film coatings based on CVD of Fe and Co precursors (2010).

56.       Avital Haft (with Sigal Sharabani, The Biological Institute, Nes Ziona), M.Sc.Reduction of chemical bonds by bacteria of the colon (2010).

57.      Sharon Bretler, M.Sc. Synthesis and characterization of photochromic nano & micrometer-scaled particles of narrow size distribution (2011).

58.        Hadas Skaat, Ph.D. Effect of surface modified maghemite nanoparticles on amyloid fibril formation: implications on neurodegenerative diseases (2012).

59.       Daniel Amara, Ph.D. Synthesis, characterization and uses of elemental iron nano and micron-scaled particles (2012).

60.       Tami Gordon, Ph.D. Synthesis and characterization of ZnO nano- and micrometer sized particles for environmental applications (2012).

61.       Hila Revach. M.Sc. Encapsulation of explosives for security (2012).

62.       Nataly Hasmamedov. M.Sc. Synthesis and characterization of soluble and soluble functional polyethylene glycol polymer for bio-medical applications (2012).

63.       Jenny Goldstein, Ph.D. Synthesis and characterization of nano & micrometer-scaled particles of narrow size distribution for industrial applications (2012).

64.      Jenny Tolululu, M.Sc., Synthesis and characterization of near IR fluorescent bioactive polystyrenemicrospheres of narrow size distribution for biomedical applications (2012).

65.   Itay Levy, M.Sc. Synthesis and characterization of uniform iron oxide nanoparticles for cancer diagnosis and therapy (2013).

66.       Sarit Cohen. Ph.D. Synthesis and characterization of near IR fluorescent albumin nanoparticles for early colon  cancer diagnosis (2013).  

66.       Chagit Biton, Ph.D. Synthesis and characterization of nano- and micrometer- scaled particles as contrast  agents for X-ray applications (2013).

62.       Michal Kulitz. Ph.D. Synthesis and characterization of proteinoids and proteinoid-polt(lactic acid) polymers and nano/micro-particles for biomedical applications (2014).

67.       Michal Pellach, Ph.D. Synthesis and characterization of dyed micrometer-sized polystyrene particles for imaging applications (2014).

68.       Eran Gluz, Ph.D. Synthesis and characterization of iron oxide nanoparticles for diagnostics and therapy of bone cancer (2014).

68.       Eina Leitman, Ph.D. Anti-biofouling graft polymers and nanoparticles (2014).

70.       Ron Snovski, Ph.D. Magnetic and non-magnetic micrometer-sized carbon particles of narrow size distribution and controlled properties (2014).

71.    Ori Gutman, Ph.D. Synthesis and characterization of anti-bacterial nanoparticles and coatings (2014).

72.     On Mero, Ph.D.  Synthesis of magnetic conductive thin film coatings and nanoparticles based on CVD of Fe precursors (2014).

74.   Uriel Bretler, Ph.D. Synthesis and characterization of flame retardant nano/micro-particles (2014).

77.    David Lala, M.Sc., Engineered new carbon dioxide nano/micro adsorbents (2014).

78.      Hannah Steinmetz, M.Sc. Graft polymerization of the vinylic monomer styryl bisphosphonate onto polypropylene films for biomedical applications.

79.      Chen Gelber. M.Sc. Synthesis and characterization of the monomer methylstyrene farmin and nano/micro-spheres from poly(methylstyrene farmin) and their anti-bacterial properties.

73.  Sharon Bretler, Ph.D. Synthesis, characterization and applications of photochromic films and nano & micrometer-scaled particles of narrow size distribution.

80.   Safra Rudnick Glick. Ph.D.  Engineering of bisphosphonate nanoparticles for biomedical applications.   

81.    Stella Kiel, Ph.D.,  Engineering of basic proteinoids and proteinoids nanoparticles for biomedical applications.

82.     Hai Haham. Ph.D.  Synthesis and characterization of Fe\C and Fe\Pd\C nanoparticles for environmental remediation applications.

83.   Itay Levy, Ph.D.. Engineered iron oxide nanoparticles of narrow size distributionfor cancer diagnosis and therapy.

84.  Nimrod Tal. Ph.D. Synthesis and characterization of water soluble polybisphosponates for medical applications”.

85.    Elishava Sasson. M.Sc.  Synthesis of acidic proteinoids and nano/micro-partyicles for biomedical applications.

86.     Michal Nathan. Ph.D.  Bacterial targeting and killing mechanism by stable N-halamine crosslinked polymethacrylamide nanoparticles.

87.    Sofia Levy. Ph.D. Synthesis and characterization of nano- and micrometer- scaled particles as contrast  agents for X-ray applications

 

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