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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.
Dr. Haitham Amal was listed among THE 40 MOST PROMISING YOUNG PEOPLE OF ALL FIELDS CHOSEN BY THE MARKER MAGAZINE in 2021.
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.