Dr. Lasker’s invention is a condensate-based biotechnology designed to selectively recruit toxic protein aggregates known to be associated with neurodegenerative diseases. Her research team explores the structure, function, and adaptation of bacterial condensates and has pioneered engineering of proteins to create synthetic condensates in human cells.
Moore Inventor Fellows
Scripps Research Institute, Department of Integrative Structural and Computational Biology
Postdoctoral Fellow, Developmental Biology, Stanford University
Ph.D., Computer Science, Tel Aviv University, Israel
M.Sc., Computer Science, Tel Aviv University, Israel
B.Sc., Mathematics and Computer Science, Tel Aviv University, Israel