Announcing APPD Grant Winners 2022

Congratulations to this year's winners

27 November 2022
Announcing APPD Grant Winners 2022

Announcing the Aufzien Family Center for the Prevention and Treatment of Parkinson’s Disease (APPD) Grant Winners 2022


The Research Fund will provide the following scientists with funding towards supporting fundamental and translational research into the causes, mechanisms, diagnosis, treatment
and prevention of Parkinson’s Disease. Thank you to all of those who submitted proposals.


Continue to check the APPD website for new grant announcements.


Congratulations to this year’s winners:


Hagit Eldar-Finkelman
Psychedelics in Parkinson’s Disease:
treatment and mechanisms
Faculty of Medicine


Roy Mukamel, Neomi Singer
Playing with my ears: Audiomotor skill
learning across ears and hands in PD
School of Psychological Sciences, Faculty of
Social Sciences & Tel Aviv Sourasky Medical


Dan Frenkel
The role of the lipid transporter
ABCA7 as potential treatment in
Parkinson’s Disease
Faculty of Life Sciences & Sagol School of


Mordechai Lorberboym, Yankel Gabet
Personalized cannabis therapy based on objective
measurements to reduce adverse reactions in Parkinson’s
Disease patients
Faculty of Medicine & Shamir Medical Center


Dani Offen
Mesenchymal stem cells extracellular vesicles loaded
with therapeutic proteins for the treatment of Parkinson's
Faculty of Medicine & Sagol School of Neuroscience


Uri Ashery, Ben Maoz, Roded Sharan
Patient-derived high-risk mutations as a tool for deciphering
cellular Parkinson’s Disease-associated processes
Faculty of Life Sciences, Faculty of Engineering, Faculty of Exact Sciences
& Sagol School of Neuroscience


Tal Dvir
Bio-Engineering functional, implantable human
dopaminergic networks to treat Parkinson’s Disease
Faculty of Life Sciences




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