The Arbely Lab for
Our laboratory is interested in elucidating the molecular mechanisms by which metabolism and transcription are regulated by post-translational modifications. To obtain biochemical, functional and structural information on site-specifically modified proteins, we develop and apply methods
to genetically encode non-natural amino acids. This multidisciplinary research combines elements from synthetic biology, chemical biology, synthetic organic chemistry, and structural biology.
We are hiring - open positions are available for postdocs and PhD/MSc students
European Research Council established by the European Commission
Concern Foundation Funding Cancer Research Worldwide
Army Research Office-science to shape the future of the army 1951
GIF German-Israeli Foundation for Scientific Research and Development