THE TEAM

Dr. Hadar Amartely, Ph.D
R&D Director

Holds a BSc, MSc and a PhD at Chemistry from the Hebrew University. Experience in the research of proteins interactions, protein purification and characterization and analysis of protein purity and quality assessment.   

 

Academic background:

2016-2018: Post-doc position at the protein expression and purification facility, Wolfson Centre for Applied Structural Biology, at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. 

2011-2016: Direct PhD studies at the lab of Prof. Assaf Friedler, Institute of Chemistry, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Thesis topic: “The structure and interactions of the STIL protein”. Received the Hans Wiener prize for the Ph.D thesis.

2010-2011: MSc studies at the laboratory of Prof. Assaf Friedler, Institute of chemistry, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Research topic: The structure and interactions of the STIL protein. 

2007-2009: BSc studies, the combined chemistry-biology program, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. 

Dr. Elza Snir, Ph.D
Chemistry projects manager

PhD in chemistry, with extent knowledge in surface modification and functionalization; Biosensor development and advanced electrochemistry. Responsible for development of ultrasensitive platform of BI products (filters and analytical kits). Skilled with various nanocharacterization techniques, biosensitive layers building/grafting and functional assays on a wide range of surfaces. Experienced in designing of in different biological/immunological sensors for immunoactive species discovery. Former lecturer in Chromatography Methods and Biotechnological Drugs Production. Former Manager of QC sub-department, responsible for incoming chemicals inspection.

Mr. Omri S. Alfassy, M.Sc,
R&D Engineer, Manager 

Holding a M.Sc in Molecular and Structural Biochemistry (2012) and B.Sc in Biotechnology Engineering (2008). Since graduating Omri worked as a research assistant in industrial and academic laboratories both in Israel abroad where he published his work in the field of protein-protein interaction.