Welcome to the Gaisler-Salomon (IGS) Lab!
We are seeking post-doctoral and/or doctoral students to join our lab! Please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Research in the IGS lab revolves around two inter-related main subjects: (1) The molecular substrates of cognitive dysfunction, and (2) epigenetic mechanisms underlying the impact of stress on behavior. We use diverse genetic, molecular and behavior tools in mouse and rat models to address our research questions. See here for more details!
Our research is made possible by grants from the Israel Science Foundation (ISF), the binational science foundation (BSF), Ministry of Health and The National Institute for Psychobiology in Israel.
Listen to Prof. Gaisler-Salomon's podcast (in Hebrew) about transgenerational stress inheritance here!
Our Lab Latest News:
Congrats to Kostya Andrianov for receiving his M.A. degree with a Dean's Honors excellence award!
Congrats to Kfir Asraf for winning first prize in the ISBP 2022 poster competition!
Congrats to Hagar Bauminger for the publication of her paper, regarding the therapeutic potential of endocannabinoid stimulation in late-adolescence.Read more here.
Congrats to Inna for being promoted to Associate Professor!
Our paper is out in Translational Psychiatry! We show that pre-reproductive stress to female rats affects mRNA and miRNA expression in blood and oocytes, and impacts behavior and gene expression in offspring. Read more here.