"The important thing is not to stop questioning. Curiosity has its own reason for existing"
My passion is to translate solid science into real-life solutions.
I am a Biotechnology Ph.D. student at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and ARO (Israel). My Ph.D. focuses on identifying novel antimicrobials-producing gene clusters in the root microbiome, using cutting-edge molecular biology, data sciences, and computational tools.
Alongside my academic research, I'm an MBA candidate at the Biomed track, which focuses on Biomedical entrepreneurship.
December 2020 (mSystems)
Barak Dror, Zongqiang Wang, Sean F. Brady, Edouard Jurkevitch, Eddie Cytryn
State-of-the-art methodologies to identify antimicrobial secondary metabolites in soil bacterial communities-A review
May 2020 (Soil Biology and Biochemistry)
Barak Dror, Eddie Cytryn and Edouard Jurkevitch
March 2019 (J. Systematics and Evolution)
Shira Penner, Barak Dror , Iris Aviezer , Yamit Bar‐Lev , Ayelet Salman‐Minkov, Terezie Mandakova , Petr Šmarda, Itay Mayrose and Yuval Sapir
October 2018 (Applied and Environmental Microbiology)
August 2017 (Microbial Biotechnology)
Yael Lampert, Barak Dror, Noa Sela, Paula Teper-Bamnolker, Avinoam Daus, Shlomo Sela and Dani Eshel
'Lily Teper' Scholarship for Excellence (3000$)
Data Scientist Intern, Indigo Agriculture, Boston, USA.
Rieger Foundation Fellowship (5000$)
The Greenstein Award (3000$)
'Nathan Yaffe' Scholarship for Excellence (3000$)
Smith Scholarship for Excellent PhD Students (13,000$)