Prof. Ehud Katz

Ted and Frances Chair in Virology, Chanock Center of Virology , Biochemistry & Molecular Biology, IMRIC
IMRIC Researcher

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Why I became a researcher: 

The field of Virology interested me because of the molecular biology studies, which can be carried out using the viruses as models. In addition, the way viruses cause diseases and the reaction of the host to virus infection, is of great importance to human beings and animals. Development of drugs active against viruses and viral vaccines are the main subjects and goals of my research and teaching.


1968-1970: Post-Doctoral training, National Institute of Health (NIH), Washington DC

1970-1971: Post-Doctoral training, University of Washington, Seattle, WA

1968: PhD in Virology, The Hebrew university, Jerusalem

1964: MSc in Microbiology, The Hebrew university, Jerusalem

1962: BSc in Biology, The Hebrew university, Jerusalem

Selected Awards and Honors: 
2012: Distinguished Lecturer Award, The Dean, Faculty of Medicine, The Hebrew University
1993: Distinguished Lecturer Award, The Rector, The Hebrew University
1988: International Cancer Technology Transfer Award, The International Union Against Cancer, Geneva, Switzerland
1972: D. Karpas Award. Hebrew University-Hadassah Medical School
ehudk [at] ekmd [dot] huji [dot] ac [dot] il