Dr. SHLOMI REUVENI
ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
Senior Lecturer (Equivalent to U.S. Assistant Professor), School of Chemistry, Tel Aviv University.
JSMF Postdoctoral Fellow, Paulsson Lab, Department of Systems Biology, Harvard Medical School.
Ph.D., School of Mathematical Sciences, Tel Aviv University. DissertationTitle: "Tandem Stochastic Systems: The Asymmetric Simple Inclusion Process".
Supervisors: Prof. Uri Yechiali and Prof. Iddo Eliazar.
Ph.D., School of Chemistry, Tel Aviv University.
Dissertation Title: "The Fractal-Like Nature of Proteins: Foundations, Applications and Ramifications".
Supervisors: Prof. Yossi Klafter and Prof. Rony Granek.
B.Sc. in Mathematics, Summa Cum Laude , School of Mathematical Sciences, Tel Aviv University.
M.Sc. in Physical Chemistry (direct track), Summa Cum Laude, School of Chemistry, Tel Aviv University.
Thesis: "Proteins: Unraveling Universality in a Realm of Specificity".
Supervisor: Prof. Yossi Klafter
Four years of intensive undergraduate studies as a student of the Adi Lautman Interdisciplinary Program for Outstanding Students at Tel Aviv University. Main interests: Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and Biology.
AWARDS & FELLOWSHIPS
The Azrieli Faculty Fellowship.
The James S. McDonnell Foundation Postdoctoral Fellowship Award in Studying Complex Systems.
Included in the Rector's List of Excellent Junior Lecturers in Tel Aviv University for the year 2012.
Chosen in a competition among young scientists in Asia to participate in the 4th HOPE Meeting with Nobel Laureates.
The Rector Ph.D. Scholarship, Tel Aviv University.
Yaakov Blecher Award for Excellent Ph.D Students in Probability, Statistics and Operations Research, Tel Aviv University.
Wolf Foundation Prize for Outstanding Ph.D. Students, Moshe Gilboa Scholarship.
Converging Technologies Ph.D. Scholarship, Council for Higher Education in Israel.
Anonymous Donor Scholarship for Excellent Students within the Interdisciplinary Program for Outstanding Students, Tel Aviv University.
Chosen in a competition among young scientists worldwide to participate in the 59th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting.
Dean Scholarship for Excellent Ph.D. Students, Raymond and Beverly Sackler Faculty of Exact Sciences, Tel Aviv University.
The Molecular Graphics and Modeling Society Award for Best Abstract at 3DSIG ISMB 2008.
Excellent B.Sc. Students Award, School of Mathematical Sciences, Tel Aviv University.
Wolf Foundation Prize for Outstanding M.Sc. Students, Thalheimer Scholarship.
Salim and Rachel Banin Scholarship for M.Sc. Students.
Tel Aviv University Rector Award for Excellence and the Israeli Knesset Certificate for Excellent Students.
The Adi Lautman Interdisciplinary Program for Outstanding Students Fellowship, Tel Aviv University.