I. S. Weitz. Multifunctional Properties and Characteristics of Copper Oxide Nanoparticles. EMN Meeting on Smart and Multifunctional Materials, Berlin, Germany August 25, 2016.
Abstracts of Presentations at Conferences
1995 School of Pharmacy Award for outstanding Ph.D. research
1997 Faculty of Medicine Award for excellent Ph.D. thesis (Dean’s award)
2002-2005 Developed courses in the field of Medicinal Chemistry at the Ministry of Industry, Trade and Labor, The Governmental Institute for Training in Technology and Science (GITTS)
2011 – 2014 Member of College Strategy Committee, ORT Braude College
2007 – 2018 Coordinator at Internship Students Program, ORT Braude College
2012 – present Academic advisor for students, Department of Biotechnology Engineering
2012 – present Member of Student Excellence College Committee, ORT Braude College
2012 – present Member of Research Committee, Department of Biotechnology Engineering
2012 – present Member, Curriculum Committee, Department of Biotechnology Engineering
Nanochemistry, Functional nanomaterials
Functionalized nanoparticulate systems are used for a variety of medical and pharmaceutical applications, as they are mainly considered ideal carriers for drug delivery and diagnostic agents.
In my research laboratory at the Department of Biotechnology Engineering at ORT Braude College, I combine broad-based knowledge of synthetic organic chemistry with nanotechnology tools to manipulate materials and their properties at the nanoscale level for therapeutic purposes.
My current research activities are focused on the following areas: