Our department conducts basic and applied research in a diverse range of disciplines spanning biochemistry, biophysics, molecular genetics, cell biology, systems biology, computational biology, and bioinformatics. The unifying theme in all of these interests is the central focus on a molecular perspective. Teaching and training programs are also an essential pursuit.

Research highlights in the department (presentation)

Department News:
The department congratulates Prof. Nathan Nelson on winning the 2013 Israel Prize for his outstanding research achievements in the life sciences. More Information

Weekly Seminars:


Weekly (Monday)
departmental Seminars
will take place at 14:15,
Hall 105, Sherman bldg.
Refreshments will be served at 14:00. Please make an effort to arrive on time.