Dr. Noam Zilberberg: Curriculum Vitae 


1. PERSONAL DETAILS

Name:

Noam Zilberberg

Date of Birth:

1963,  Israel

Military Service

1982 - 1985

Address at work:

Department of Life Sciences
Ben-Gurion University of the Negev
P.O. Box   653 Beer Sheva,  Israel    84105

Address at home:

Hankan 23 Lehavim, Israel. Phone: 972-8-6513319

 

2. EDUCATION

1985-1988

B.Sc, Tel-Aviv University, Life Sciences.

1988-1991 

M.Sc, Tel-Aviv University, Plant Sciences.
Advisor: Prof. M. Gurevitz
Title of thesis: Isolation of scorpion cDNA clones encoding insect selective depressant neurotoxins
Summa cum Laude

1991-1996

Ph.D, Tel-Aviv University, Plant Sciences.
Advisor: Prof. M. Gurevitz
Title of Thesis: Isolation, cloning and structure-function analyses of alpha neurotoxins from the scorpion Leiurus quinquestriatus hebraeus
With excellence

3. EMPLOYMENT HISTORY:

2002-present

Senior Lecturer - Department of Biology, Ben-Gurion University.

1997-2001

Postdoctoral Associate, Yale University, Cellular and Molecular Physiology

1991-1997

Teaching Instructor, Tel-Aviv University, Plant Sciences

1988-1991

Teaching Assistant, Tel-Aviv University, Plant Sciences

Teaching Experience:

1988-1996

Teaching assistant in:"Evolution of the Plant Kingdom", a course for B.Sc. students, Tel Aviv University. (Organizer: Prof. Y. Garty).

1993

Teaching instructor in: "Introduction to Botany", a course for B.Sc. students, Tel Aviv University. (Organizer: Prof. Y. Weisel).

Honors and Awards:

1989-1991 

Three consecutive years of "Dean's stipend for exceptional achievements, for M.Sc. students" in the Tel Aviv University 

1991

M.Sc. Summa cum Laude 

1991-1992

Two consecutive years of "Dean's stipend for exceptional achievements, for Ph.D. students" in the Tel Aviv University 

1992

Mifal Happeiss - The Landau stipend for exceptional achievements of Ph.D. students

1993-1996

The Eshkol stipend for distinct Ph.D. students

1998

Tel Aviv University - Ph.D. with excellence

Memberships in Professional/Scientific Associations:

1998-2002 - The American Biophysical Society

 

Last Updated: 20/12/2005