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TOMER COOKS

BIO

TOMER COOKS, Ph.D.
PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR

My Ph.D. was conducted in the Tel-Aviv University after which I moved to the Weizmann Institute and later to the National Cancer Institute (NCI). My research interests are focused on extracellular vesicles (exosomes) and the intricate molecular relationship shared by the tumor, the host tissue and their microenvironment. Essentially, I wish to explore the emerging role of exosomes released by tumor cells giving rise to immuno-modulating changes in the microenvironment. Such cell-to-cell regulation is a key mechanism controlling the interplay between the innate immune system, the epithelial compartment and the microbial environment in inflammatory conditions driving toward tumorigenesis.

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ISHAI LUZ,
Ph.D.
RESEARCH ASSOCIATE

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MAAYAN VATARESCU, Ph.D.
SENIOR RESEARCHER

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LORD TAL MANKO VON HEILBROON,
Ph.D. STUDENT

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ETTI AZULAY,
Ph.D. STUDENT

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HANEEN ABU-FREIH ALFAKIR,
Ph.D. STUDENT

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OR MICHAELI,
Ph.D. STUDENT.

 

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AMIT EISENBERG,
Ph.D. STUDENT

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NOY MACHLUF KATZ,
Ph.D. STUDENT 

OFIR

OFIR BAR,
Ph.D. STUDENT

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DOAA MASASAD,
M.Sc. STUDENT

NOFAR COHEN,
M.Sc. STUDENT

PAST MEMBERS​​

- BIBEK BHATTA, Ph.D.
Ph.D. student / Postdoctoral Fellow

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