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Yusuf Hamied Department of Chemistry


Interested in the interactions of biological molecules, such as protein-protein interfaces, protein folding and the interactions of small molecules with proteins. Excited about method development projects where knowledge is not only accumulated but also used to design and develop new technologies, therapeutics or diagnostics.

Currently working on a novel way to target the Aβ peptide implicated in Alzheimer's disease.

Previous education: B.Sc. in Mathematics and Biology (2015), M.Sc. in Biochemistry (2017); both from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.


TrypOx, a Novel Eukaryotic Homolog of the Redox-Regulated Chaperone Hsp33 in Trypanosoma brucei.
S Aramin, R Fassler, V Chikne, M Goldenberg, T Arian, L Kolet Eliaz, O Rimon, O Ram, S Michaeli, D Reichmann
– Front Microbiol
Defining Hsp33's Redox-regulated Chaperone Activity and Mapping Conformational Changes on Hsp33 Using Hydrogen-deuterium Exchange Mass Spectrometry
R Fassler, N Edinger, O Rimon, D Reichmann
– Journal of Visualized Experiments
ARTN e57806
(DOI: 10.3791/57806)
A Role of Metastable Regions and Their Connectivity in the Inactivation of a Redox-Regulated Chaperone and Its Inter-Chaperone Crosstalk.
O Rimon, O Suss, M Goldenberg, R Fassler, O Yogev, H Amartely, G Propper, A Friedler, D Reichmann
– Antioxidants & Redox Signaling
Kfits: a software framework for fitting and cleaning outliers in kinetic measurements.
O Rimon, D Reichmann
– Bioinformatics (Oxford, England)

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01223 748844
01223 748845

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Trinity Hall