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Moran Dvela

 

PERSONAL INFORMATION

 

Name:                    Moran Dvela

Address:                57/2 Haeyal st., Malha, Jerusalem 96955

                         Tel.  972-2-5834950

                         Mobile phone: 972-52-3961481

E-mail: dvelamo@gmail.com

Date of birth:         July 29, 1983, Jerusalem

Marital status:        Single

 

MILITARY SERVICE


2001-2002:   Teaching and commanding soldiers in need (MAKAM Project) in a

special program for soldiers with serious educational deficiencies. Teaching fields: Mathematics, Computers, Biology and Citizenship.

 

2002-2003:   Guidance of young commanders and development of teaching 

 materials

 

EDUCATION


1998-2001:   High school student at the May Boyer High School, Jerusalem.

 

2004-2007:   B.Sc. in Basic Medical Sciences from The Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

 Final grade: 95.43 Summa cum laude.

 

2007-2008:   M.Sc. in Basic Medical Sciences in the Department of Medical     

Neurobiology,Institute for Medical Research-Israel-Canada, The Hebrew University, under the supervision of Prof. David Lichtstein. Final grade: 93.5.

 

2008-present: Ph.D. student in the Department of Medical Neurobiology, Institute for

Medical Research-Israel-Canada, The Hebrew University, under the supervision of Prof. David Lichtstein.

 

AWARDS


2005:            Dean’s list-undergraduate

2006:            Dean’s list-undergraduate- Dean’s Prize

2007:            Dean’s list-undergraduate

2010:            Prize for the best lecture in ‘Signaling mechanisms in neurons in health 

 and disease’ Research Hub, Faculty of Medicine, The Hebrew University.

2011-2012:   Leonard Shapiro Prize to outstanding Ph.D. student, Faculty of Medicine,

 The Hebrew University.

2011-2012:   The Harry and Sylvia Hoffman Leadership and Responsibility Fellowship

 Program for excellent Ph.D.students

2011:            Russek travel grant for a conference in North America to outstanding 

 Ph.D.student working on human diseases

2012:            Israel Society for Physiology and Pharmacology (ISPP) Award for the Best

 Ph.D. Student Lecture at the Annual Meeting.

2012:            Lili Maayan Prize for outstanding volunteering activity, Faculty of Medicine,

 The Hebrew University.

 

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

 

2006-present: Teaching Assistant:

 

  • Systems Physiology for medical students

  • Cell Physiology for medical students

  • Cell Physiology for occupational therapy students

 

VOLUNTEER WORK


2008-2010:        Volunteer at The Absorption Center for new Ethiopian Immigrants

  in Mevaseret Zion. Accompanying and guiding Ethiopian children

  and helping their integration in the community.

2011-present:   Establishment of volunteering program (Sahi) for low socio-

       economic high school pupils