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Active Participation in Scientific Meetings

  1. 4/2016 The 45th Annual Meeting of the Israel Endocrine Society, Jerusalem, Israel, 12-14 April 2016 Oral presentation: The myth behind the normo-metabolic obesity: The correlation between metabolic syndrome components and weight starts at the low-normal weight and extends continuously all the way to obesity(Y. Marcus, E. Segev, G. Shefer, D. Zaid, G. Shenkernan, S. Shenar, I. Shapira, S. Berliner, N. Stern)
  2. 4/2016 ENDO 2016: The 98th Annual Meeting of The Endrocrine Society, Boston, MA, USA, 1-4 April 2016 Poster presentation: Evidence against normometabolic obesity: Individual components of the metabolic syndrome increase linearly as a function of Body Mass Index (BMI) from a low-low/normal weight and are nearly ubiquitous with increasing obesity (Y. Marcus, E. Segev, G. Shefer, D. Zaid, G. Shenkerman, S. Shenar, I. Shapira, S.M. Berliner, N. Stern)
  3. 2/2016 Israel Society for Microbiology (ISM) Annual Meeting, Bar-Ilan University, Ramat Gan, Israel, 17-18 February 2016 Poster presentation: A new comparative-genomics approach for defining phenotype-specific indicators: Applications in ecology and in disease etiology(Z. Pasternak, T.B. Sasson, Y. Cohen, E. Segev, E. Jurkevitch)
  4. 2/2016 The Israeli Diabetes, Hypertension, Obesity & Stroke Conference (DOT2016), Tel-Aviv, Israel, 10 February 2016 Oral presentation: Norma-metabolic obesity – no more than a myth: The correlation between metabolic syndrome properties to weight starts at normal weight and becomes dominant at obesity(Y. Marcus, E. Segev, G. Shefer, D. Zaid, G. Shenkerman,S. Shenar, I. Shapira, S. Berliner, N. Stern)
  5. 12/2015 The Annual Conference of the Israeli Society of Hypertension, Kfar Maccabiah, Ramat Gan, Israel, 30 December 2015 Oral presentation: Dysmetaboism and blood pressure rise up linearly with increasing body weight in non-obese and obese normo-metabolic subjects (Y. Marcus, E. Segev, G. Shefer, D. Zaid, G. Shenkerman, S Shenar, I. Shapira, S. Berliner, N. Stern)
  6. 6/2015 Conference: Creativity in Academic Teaching, Oranim Academic College of Education "Creativity as Motivator in Academic Teaching"
  7. 2/2015 Symposium: Physical Fitness in the Aging Population – Scientific Aspects and Implementations, University of Haifa,"Is Aging Modulated by Angiotensin1-7?
    1. 6/2014 Endocrine Society's 96th Annual Meeting and Expo - Chicago "Exercise Prior to Diet Protects Subjects with the Metabolic Syndrome from Muscle Loss, Independent of Age/Gender"
    2. 6/2014 Joint meeting ESH-ISH – Hypertension Athens "Lean mass loss during the metabolic-syndrome treatment has unfavorable cardiovascular effects negating benefits attained by fat mass loss" p.51
    3. 6/2014 Joint meeting ESH-ISH – Hypertension Athens "Blood pressure variability is a modifiable risk factor in the metabolicsyndrome, independent of blood pressure control" p.50
    4. 4/2013 The 43nd Israel Endocrine Society Annual Meeting. Lean Mass Loss during the Metabolic-syndrome Treatment has Unfavorable Cardiovascular Effects Negating Benefits Attained by Fat Mass Loss p.19
    5. 4/2013 The 43nd Israel Endocrine Society Annual MeetingExercise. First, Diet Later: Exercise Prior to Diet Protects Subjects with the Metabolic Syndrome from Muscle Loss, Independent of Age/Gender p.83
    6. 1/2014 10th Annual Conference of the Israeli Psychometric Association (ISPA), Ramat Gan, Israel, 23 January 2014 Oral presentation: The correlation between the month of birth, and the probability to be accepted to gifted programs in Israel(E. Segev, S. Cahan) 
    7. 12/2013 The Israeli Society of Hypertension, Oral presentation: Blood pressure variability is a modifiable risk factor in the metabolic syndrome, independent of blood pressure control (Yonit Marcus, Elad Segev, Gabi Shefer, Jessica Sack, Bruria Tal, Mariana Yaron, Eli Carmeli, Rona Limor, David Yablonka, Tova Even Chen, Miri Margaliot, Naftali Stern)
    8. 9/2013 European Materials Research Society – E-MRS 2013 Fall Meeting, Warsaw, Poland, 16-20 September 2013 Poster presentation: Using hydrogen activated by microwave plama vs. molecular hydrogen for hydrogen storage in inorganic fullerenes and inorganic nanotubes(A. Laikhtman, A. Zak, E. Segev, Sh. Michaelson, A. Hoffman, Hoi Ri Moon)
    9. 4/2013 The 42nd Israel Endocrine Society Annual Meeting, Ramat Gan, Israel, Poster presentations: Pre-existing dysglycemia is a negative predictor of weight loss achieved in a multidisciplinary intervention program in non-diabetic women with the metabolic syndrome (Y. Marcus, J. Sack, B. Tal, G. Shenkerman, R. Limor, K. Tordjman, G. Shefer, E. Segev, I. Yaish, N. Stern)
    10. 4/2013 The 42nd Israel Endocrine Society Annual Meeting, Ramat Gan, Israel, Poster presentations: Sexual dimorphism in the weight loss achieved in the treatment of the metabolic syndrome: women do better, again (Y. Marcus, E. Segev, J. Sack, B. Tal, M. Yaron, K. Tordjman, E. Carmeli, Y. Sofer, G. Shefer, N. Stern)
    11. 4/2011 The Israeli Conference for Excellence in Education, University of Haifa, Israel, 10-11 April 2011 Oral presentation: Collaboration with academy as a tool to improve research assessment
    12. 7/2007 Gordon Research Conferences: Biological Molecules in the Gas Phase & in Solution, Bates College, Lewiston, ME, USA, 22-27 July 2007 Poster presentation: Conformational evolution of ubiquitin ions in ESI mass spectrometry: Molecular dynamic simulations at gradually increasing temperatures (E. Segev, R.G. Gerber) 
    13. 6/2007 Double-Day Symposium on Conductance in Molecules, The Fritz Haber Center for Molecular Dynamics, Yad Hashmona, Israel, 10 June 2007 Poster presentation: Unfolding mechanism of ubiquitin ion in mass spectroscopy experiments: A molecular dynamicapproach (E. Segev, R.G. Gerber)
    1. A New Comparative-Genomics Approach for Defining Phenotype-Specific Indicators Reveals Specific Genetic Markers in Predatory Bacteria (2015). Plos One
    2. Multidisciplinary treatment of the metabolicsyndrome lowers blood pressure variability independent of blood pressurecontrol (2015) The Journal of Clinical Hypertension, a commentary on this paper was writen here
    3. Shall two walk together except they be agreed?” Spatial behavior in rat dyads (2014) Animal Cognition
    4.  An atomistic structure of ubiquitin +13 relevant in massspectrometry: Theoretical prediction and comparison with experimental crosssections (2014), International Journal of mass spectrometry
    5. Older children have a greater chance to be accepted to gifted student programmes (2013). Assessment in Education: Principles, Policy & PracticeAugust 
    6.  Colon Stem Cell and Crypt Dynamics Exposed by Cell Lineage Reconstruction (2011). Plos Genetics.
    7.  Muscle-Bound Primordial Stem Cells Give Rise to Myofiber-Associated Myogenic and Non-Myogenic Progenitors (2011). Plos One
    8.  Conformational evolution of ubiquitin ions in electrospray mass spectrometry: molecular dynamics simulations at gradually increasing temperatures  (2008). Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics
    9. Evolution of conformational changes in the dynamics of small biological molecules: a hybrid MD/RRK approach (2006). Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics
    10. Nato3 is an evolutionarily conserved bHLH transcription factor expressed in the CNS of Drosophila and mouse (2001). Mechanisms of DevelopmentAugust

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