Senior Lecturer, Department of Entomology, HUJI, 2018
Associate Professor, Centre of Functional Genomics, University of Perugia, 2018
PostDoc, Hay Lab, Caltech 2013
PhD, Genetics Crisanti Lab, Imperial College London 2009
Phi has a background in genetic engineering and bioinformatics. His interests include synthetic elements for controlling insects and to improve our methods, tools and ultimately understanding of insect biology.
PhD, Ovadia Lab, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel, 2018
MSc, Ovadia Lab, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel, 2014
BSc, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel, 2012
Yoni has a background in population ecology, life-history and behavior of insects. He is now shifting to study engineering genetics and genetic control of mosquitoes and agricultural pests.
Doron Zaada (CV)
VP of Entomolgy R&D - Flying Spark, 2017-2018
MSc, B. Yuval and E. Jurkevitch, The Hebrew University, 2016
BSc, Agroecology , The Hebrew University, 2013.
Doron comes with practical experience in tephritids mass rearing and an academic background in the field of insect-bacteria interactions. He is now focusing on the development of efficient mass production technologies for mosquito strains.
Postdoctoral Research Associate
PostDoc - Oncovirology laboratory , Brazil, 2019
Adjunct professor - National Technological University, Argentina, 2019
Postdoc, Museu Paraense E. Goeldi, Brazil, 2015
Scientific consultant, National Institute of Tropical Medicine, Argentina 2013
PostDoc, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 2012
PhD, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ), 2009
Msc, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ), 2004
BSc, National University of Misiones (UNaM), Argentina, 2001
Flavia comes from a background in evolutionary genetics and genomics in Drosophila. She is interested in gene duplication events and family genes diversification which forms an essential basis of eukaryotic genomic evolutionary studies. As a postdoctoral researcher at Insect Genetics Group since February 2019, she is involved now on projects on insect sex chromosome evolution.
Chen Goh (Summer 2019)
Visiting Research Intern
Chen joined the group as a summer intern from Imperial College London. He focused his 10 weeks in the lab on the development of new genomics data for Ae. albopictus, the Asian Tiger Mosquito. He developed custom pipelines to assemble and quantify gene expression through mosquito development and compile it into a mosquito atlas. He left us to return to his final year in Imperial College London, and then - sky is the limit!