The School of Chemistry congratulates MSc students, Adi Yona and Michal Brodsky, who won the ADAMA Center prestigious Scholarships for 2021-2022
Adi Yona is an MSc Student from the group of Prof. Micha Fridman and Michal Brodsky is an MSc Student from the group of Prof. Roey Amir
The ADAMA Center scholarships are awarded annually (since its inauguration 3 years ago) to exceptional MSc and PhD student fellows whose research fields are related to crop protection.
Adi Yona from the group of Prof. Micha Fridman focuses on antifungal agents mechanisms. She is studying the unresolved modes of action in key antifungal drugs via fluorescent probes and affinity reagents techniques. The purpose is to improve the efficiency of antifungal medicines.
Michal Brodsky from the group of Prof. Roey Amir is studying the design and synthesis of stimuli-responsive nanocarriers in order to use them as advanced delivery platforms against pests and plant diseases.
The ADAMA Center scholarship award ceremony, in which the new center fellows were presented, was held on January 12th, 2022. The Vice President for Research and Development, Prof. Dan Peer, and the Dean of the Raymond & Beverly Sackler Faculty of Exact Sciences, Prof. Tova Milo, among others, delivered greetings at the ceremony.