Professor, Department of Evolutionary and Environmental Biology Director, Institute of EvolutionOffice: Multi-Purpose Building, room 214 | Phone: 972-4-8288328Email: email@example.com Subject: Cereal evolution and domestication, particular interest in wheat nutritional value, flowering time and seed morphology.
Lecturer, Department of evolutionary and environmental biologyOffice: Multi-Purpose Building, Room 80| Phone: 972-4-8240617 | Lab: 972-4-8240179Email:firstname.lastname@example.orgSubject: Aquatic Microbial Interactions
Professor, Department of Evolutionary and Environmental BiologyDirector of the Institute of Evolution during 2013-2019Office: Multi-Purpose Building, Room 212 | Phone: 972-4-8240-784 | Fax: 972-4-8288-602Email: email@example.comSubject: Plant genomics; genomics of plant disease resistance; characterization, utilization and conservation of wild cereals.
Professor, Department of Evolutionary and Environmental BiologyOffice: Multi-Purpose Building, Room 70| Phone: 972-4-8288-767 | Fax: 972-4-8288-779Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgSubject: Animal – plant interactions
Professor, Department of Evolutionary and Environmental BiologyOffice: Eshkol Building, 21st floor, room 2115 | Phone: 04-8249025 | Fax: 972-4-8288-763Email: email@example.comSubject: Ecology of plant-animal interactions
Abraham KorolProfessor, Emeritus Department of Evolutionary and Environmental BiologyDirector of the Institute of Evolution during 2009-2013Office: Multi-Purpose Building, Room 217 | Phone: 972-4-8240-449 | Fax: 972-4-8288-788Email:firstname.lastname@example.orgSubject: Population genetics, evolution of sex and recombination, evolution of domestication, sequence comparisons on the above-gene level; genome mapping
Senior Researcher, Curator of the Wild Cereal Gene Bank (ICGB)Office: Multi-Purpose Building, Room 236 | Phone: 972-4-8240-783 | Fax: 972-4-8288678Email: email@example.comSubject: Collection, preservation and genetic studies in wild cereals from Israel. Identification of genes associated with drought resistance and high grain protein in wild emmer wheat, Triticum dicoccoides, and wild barley, Hordeum spontaneum, for crop improvement
Associate Professor, Department of Evolutionary and Environmental BiologyOffice: Multi-Purpose Building, Room 220 | Phone: 972-4-6647990 Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgSubject: Evolutionary theory; population genetics; the evolution of sex and recombination; mutational mechanisms;modularity; conflict and cooperation; research at the interface of theoretical computer science and evolutionary biology
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Irena Manov M.D.
Associate ProfessorOffice: Multi-Purpose Building, Room 224 | Phone: 972-4-6647954 | Mobile: 972-545243408Email: email@example.com | firstname.lastname@example.orgSubject: Evolution, aging and cancer: tumor suppressive mechanisms and anti-inflammatory network in long-lived, hypoxia-tolerant subterranean rodent, Spalax
Senior Lecturer, Department of Evolutionary and Environmental BiologyOffice: Multi-Purpose Building, Room 216 | Phone: 972-545224888Email: email@example.comSubject: Evolution of social insects, evolution of social structure, evolution of sex determination, evolution of olfaction and chemical communication, evolutionary genomics, population genomics, inference of selectionpressures and adaptive evolution
Senior ResearcherOffice: Multi-Purpose Building, Room 229 | Phone: 972-4-8288-038 | Fax: 972-4-8288-678Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgSubject: Population and evolutionary genetics of Drosophila, sexual selection and isolation, genetic bases of heat adaptation, molecular evolution
Senior ResearcherOffice: Multi-Purpose Building, Room 149 | Phone: 972-4-8240-785 | Fax: 972-4-8288-235Email: email@example.comSubject: Evolution and speciation of wild wheats; microevolution; repetitive DNA in plant evolution; molecular cytogenetics
Senior LecturerOffice: Multi-Purpose Building, Room 224| Phone: 972-4-8249972 | Fax: 972-4-8288-235Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgDepartment website: http://deeb.haifa.ac.il/Subject: Physiological and molecular adaptations to environmental stress in mammals
Professor, Department of Evolutionary and Environmental BiologyOffice: Multi-Purpose Building, Room M14 | Phone: 972-4-8288-774 | Fax: 972-4-8288-788Email: email@example.comSubject: Evolution in particular Microbial and Non Tree-Like Evolution, Mathematical and Phylogenetics, Computational Genomics, Graph Theory and Combinatorial Optimization"
Associate Professor, Department of Evolutionary and Environmental Biology Office: Multi-Purpose Building, room 222 | Phone: 972-4-8288784Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: The genetics of the circadian clock and seasonal timing, with particular interest in natural genetic variation, population genetics and molecular evolution.