Ph.D. students


35.

M. Gavriel-Aviv: Crystallization of calcium phosphate on organic multilayer coatings for artificial implants.

34.

T. Mishraki: Solubilization of insulin in reverse hexagonal mesophases.

33.

L. Cherbakovsky-Biten: Dendrimer solubilization in reverse hexagonal mesophases.

32.

M. Cohen: Solubilization of cell penetrating peptides within the various lyotropic liquid crystals for transdermal applications

31.

D. Libster (2009): Reverse hexagonal (HII) liquid crystals: structured properties and interactions with bioactive peptides

30.

S. Rozner (2008): Competitive absorption of cholesterol/phytosterols in new NSSL vehicles.

29.

A. Kogan (2008): Polymorphism and improved solubilization of carbamazepine in NSSL vehicles.

28.

R. Lutz (2008): Emulsified Microemulsions and Double Emulsions Stabilized by Proteins and Modified Hydrocolloids.

27.

I. Amar (2007): Solubilization of nutraceuticals and drugs and structural transformation in hexagonal mesophase and hexosomes.

26.

P. Bar-Yosef Ofir (2005): Preparation of organic/inorganic bioactive coatings for bone implants.

25.

R. Efrat (2005): Stable Nanoparticles Cubic Systems (Cubosomes and Micellosomes) for Solubilization of Active Molecules.

24.

N. Maranz (2004): Characterization of Shea butter tree (Vitellaria paradoxa Gaertner) populations across Africa by seed fat content and composition.

23.

A. Spernath: Food-grade, lecithin base, and non-alcoholic microemulsions- bioavailability of new vehicles for natural guest molecules.

22.

G. Zomber (2005): Chemical and physical modifications on biologically active proteins.

21.

M. Shevachman (2004): Jojoba-based microemulsions with polymeric amphiphiles.

20.

A. Benichou (2005): The role of protective colloid/protein hybrids on the stability and release phenomenon in double emulsions.

19.

A. Yaghmur (2003): Argan oil emulsification, and evaluation for deep-fat frying and oxidation resistance.

18.

N. Levi (2001): Hydrocolloids as flocculants (thesis not approved).

17.

M. Fanun (2003): Food microemulsions and enzymatic reactions in microemulsions.

16.

K. Meiri (2001): Galactomannans as food emulsifiers - chemical and enzymatic modifications.

15.

T. Silberstein (2001): Preparation and surface properties of lysolecithin.

14.

L. Tunik (1997): Crystallization of calcium oxalate in the presence of AOT-100.

13.

I. Nir (1997): Investigation of microemulsions by the TDS method ("Time domain" dielectric spectroscopy).

12.

S. Ezrahi (1996): O/W emulsions for possible hydraulic-flame retarding fluids.

11.

D. Reichman (1992): Characterization of hydrocolloid surface activity and interactions with monomeric emulsifiers at the interface.

10.

Y. Sela (1992): Polymeric surfactants based on silicone backbone for stabilization of multiple emulsions.

9.

J. Schlichter (1988): Polymorphic transformations in triglycerides in the presence of emulsifiers.

8.

G. F. Remon (1988): Modified cross-linked fats as possible new emulsifiers for W/O emulsions.

7.

M. Friedman (1987): Preparation and application of surfactants synthesized from Maleic derivatives of fatty esters of glycerol and polyglycerol.

6.

A. Aserin (1986): Modifications on the hydrophobic chain of amphiphilic materials: synthesis, properties and analysis.

5.

R. Azoury (1985): Studies of crystallization processes of calcium oxalate.

4.

E. Wellner (1984): Polymorphic transformations and crystal structure modifications in stearic acid and fats.

3.

L. Karpuj-Bar (1984): Crystallization processes of cholesterol and derivatives in organic and pseudo-biological systems.

2.

S. Magdassi (1983): Multiple emulsions as a possible technique for sustained release of drugs.

1.

V.R. Kaufman (1982): Preparation and studies of emulsifiers based on vegetable oils in emulsion technology.

 

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