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Michal Schwartz


Weizmann Institute findings in mice may help explain how viral infection during pregnancy raises the risk of autism and schizophrenia in the...

Prof. Michal Schwartz

Prof. Michal Schwartz has been elected as the President of the International Society of Neuroimmunology

Immunofluorescence microscope image of the choroid plexus. Epithelial cells are in green and chemokine proteins (CXCL10) are in red

Weizmann Institute researchers suggest that the brain's “immunological age” is what counts...

Prof. Michal Schwartz

Prof. Michal Schwartz has been elected as an Honorary Member by the World Immunopathology Organization (WIPO)

Dr. Yaniv Ziv

Dr. Yaniv Ziv want to know how our brain keeps memories of individual events in order

Immunostaining of brain section in which the epithelial choroid plexus expresses TGF-β (green), hanging in the brain ventricle, the keyhole-like structure delineated by the ependymal lining (red). In the box, monocytes (green) entering via the choroidal vasculature. The composition reflects the immune-educative nature of the choroid plexus as a gatekeeper of the route to the injured parenchyma

Shifts in our immune system as we age might explain how older brains get “rusty”

Dr. Jasmin Fisher

Dr. Jasmin Fisher’s computer models reveal how cells make decisions

Prof. Michal Schwartz

Prof. Michal Schwartz, Appointed as an Honorary Professor in the Faculty of Life Sciences of the University of Manchester, UK.

Prof. Michal Schwartz

New therapies for spinal cord injury based on original concepts proposed by Prof. Michal Schwartz are being developed and tested in clinical...