Sara Selig is a faculty member at the Department of Genetics and Developmental Biology.
She has a B.Sc. in Communications Disorders from Tel-Aviv university, and a M.Sc. in Genetics
and Ph.D. in Molecular Biology from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
She did her postgraduate research at Harvard Medical School at the laboratory
of Louis Kunkel in Children’s Hospital in Boston, the Division of Genetics and the
Howard Hughes Medical Institute. She also holds a position at the Rambam Health
Care Campus since 1995. She teaches Human Genetics at the Technion since 1997,
at both the Faculties of Biology and Medicine, and leads a research group.
Her main research interests include epigenetics of mammalian telomeres and
human genetic diseases with abnormal telomeric phenotypes.
Department of Genetics and Developmental Biology
10th floor Rappaport Faculty of Medicine
Selig Lab home page: https://seliglab.net.technion.ac.il/