Grynszpan Lab

Honors and Awards

  • Ariel University award for academic teaching excellence (2018-2019).
  • Incumbent of the Pamela and Bard Cosman Endowment for Organic Chemistry Research (2016-Present).
  • Co-Recipient of an ISF Grant in collaboration w/Dr. M. Montag and Dr. A. Szpilman. Institutional Equipment: HR-MS (2018).
  • Co-Recipeint of a Research Grant from the Authority for Research & Development, Ariel U. in collaboration w/Dr. Michael Montag (2018-19)
  • Ariel University award for academic teaching excellence (2015-2016).
  • Co-Recipeint of a Research Grant from the Authority for Research & Development, Ariel U. in collaboration w/Dr. Michael Montag (2016-17).
  • Co-Recipient of the Riva Koschitzky Cancer Research Award (ACACR – 2016-2017), in collaboration w/Dr. Oshrat Rokah and Dr. Ifat Abadi-Kurk.
  • Maf’at’s (Israel Min. of Def. and IDF) Research Grant in collaboration w/Dr. A. Schechter. (2014-2015, 2015-2016, and 2016-2017 ).
  • Co-Recipient of the Riva Koschitzky Cancer Research Award (ACACR – 2015-2016), in collaboration w/Dr. Galia Luboshits.
  • Maximum support awarded for original R&D plan (III) from the OCS, Israel (2010-2011).
  • Maximum support awarded for original R&D plan (II) from the OCS, Israel (2008-2009). The R&D plan was extended until 2010.
  • Maximum support awarded for original R&D plan (I) from the OCS, Israel (2007-2008).
  • Co-Recipient of an IDEA award from the California Breast Cancer Research Program (2002-2003).
  • Named Fellow of the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation (1999-2000). Awarded to selected scientists and artists who have demonstrated an exceptional capacity for productive scholarship or creative ability in the arts and science.
  • The Michael Landau Young Scientist Prize. Awarded by The Mifal Hapais Foundation (1997). Given to young scientists holding an outstanding Ph.D. thesis for excellence in research in natural sciences, technology, political sciences, mathematics, environmental sciences and agriculture.
  • Research Associate Fellowships. The Scripps Research Institute (1995-1997).
  • The Lady Davis Foundation Postdoctoral Fellowship (1995-1996). Selected on the basis of demonstrated excellence in their studies and promise of distinction in their chosen fields of specialization, as well as on qualities of mind, intellect and character.
  • The Professor Aharon Katzir Award (1995). Granted annually by the Hebrew University of Jerusalem to one outstanding thesis in all fields of the experimental sciences.
  • Ph.D. Summa Cum Laude, the HebrewUniversity of Jerusalem (1991-1995).
  • M.Sc. Cum Laude, the HebrewUniversity of Jerusalem (1989-1991).