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The Amal lab combines advanced omics technologies with computational biology, biochemical, pharmacological and behavioral methods to discover novel drug targets and biomarkers in autism spectrum disorders and other neurological diseases.

The Amal lab's novel finding was ranked among the top 7 discoveries at the Hebrew University for 2023.

"The NO Answer for ASD" paper was featured on the Cover of Advanced Science


Prof. Amal won the Kaye Innovation Award, 2023.

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Congratulations to Ms. Maryam Kartawy , a Ph.D. student at the Amal Lab , for winning the outstanding poster competitionin at the 30th Annual Meeting of Israel Society for Neuroscience (ISFN).

Ms. Wajeha Hamoudi, a PhD student at the Amal Lab, has won the prestigious Rothschild Fellowship for outstanding PhD students.

Congratulations to Ms. Wajeha Hamoudi (PhD student from the Amal Lab), who was awarded The Best Talk presented in the The 35th Annual Meeting of the Israel Society for Oxygen and Free Radical Research (ISOFRR)

The National Institute for Psychobiology Awarded the First Prize for Doron Michaeli  (the Amal Lab)

for the 2022 Poster competition

Ms. Shelly Ginzburg received JBC scholarship for undergraduates

The Amal Lab received the Nofar Grant from the Israeli Chief Scientist

Dr. Amal received the Grant of National Institute for Psychobiology in Israel

Mr. Doron Michaeli won the Nano-Science and Nanotechnology Graduate Fellowship.

Dr. Haitham Amal has received the prestigious Prusiner-Abramsky Research Award in Clinical and Basic Neuroscience.

The Amal Lab received the HUJI – UK SPINE Seed fund, which will initiate a new collaboration with Oxford University

Ms. Shelly Ginzburg received the NanoMed Prize of the Nanomed and Nanotechnology Center of the Hebrew University. 

Dr. Haitham Amal has received the Brettler Centre for Research in Molecular Pharmacology and Therapeutics Grant, 2020.

Dr. Haitham Amal has received the prestigious MAOF  Fellowship for Excellent Young Scientist from the Council for Higher Education, 2020.

Dr. Haitham Amal received the prestigious Golda Meir Fellowship Lectureship Award, 2020.

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