Michael Rosenberg

Lee Lab

Research Associate

About Michael Rosenberg

I received my B.Sc. degree in biology and physics from Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel. Then, I joined the laboratory of Prof. Shoshana Ravid at the Hebrew University, for my Ph.D studies in the field of biochemistry and cell biology. My research focused on the mechanisms controlling filament assembly and cellular localization of myosin II motor protein in non-muscle cells. After completing my Ph.D studies, I decided to make a sharp move to the field of epigenetics by joining the young lab of Dr. Asaf Hellman at Hebrew University, where I spent two years studying the role of DNA methylation in creating inter-individual phenotypic differences. My current research in Dr. Lee's lab is dedicated to exploring the interactions between long non-coding RNAs and chromatin modifiers.