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Life (and Disease) in a TAU Lab

Tel Aviv University researchers are revolutionizing how diseases and trial drugs can be studied, using human tissues and recreating organs via “organ-on-a-chip” technologies.

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This episode of The Global Connection shares the experience of two international researchers in the Maoz lab: MSc student Emma Glickman and PhD candidate Neta Fibeesh. Along with Prof. Ben Maoz, they discuss what it’s like to do biomedical research at TAU and how they’re using stem cells and simulating mini organs to advance understanding of diseases such as Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s.

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*This episode was filmed before October 7

The Global Connection reveals how TAU’s academic community and friends are engaging with this ever-changing world. The podcast features interviews with visiting scholars, international students, TAU professors, and others working on global issues and topics.

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