Meet the New Cohort

Announcing the new Zuckerman 2022-2023 cohort.

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The Zuckerman STEM Leadership Program is proud to welcome its seventh cohort of scholars for the 2022-2023 academic year. This impressive group, 32 leaders in their respective STEM fields from the US, Canada and Israel, will focus on research, make new discoveries and create cycle of excellence between these countries.

We are grateful to the Selection Committee, who guides the application process, encourages diversity and helps govern the selection of our scholars. The Zuckerman STEM Leadership Program is grateful for the strategic partnership with Israel’s Council for Higher Education, and many universities in the US and Israel.

Introducing the 2022-2023 Zuckerman Scholars and their host institutions:

Zuckerman Faculty Scholars

  • Alex Brodsky from University of Toronto to Ben-Gurion University of the Negev
  • David Deutsch from Princeton to University of Haifa
  • Galit Fichman from National Cancer Institute to The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
  • Ariella Glasner from Sloan Kettering Institute to Technion – Israel Institute of Technology
  • Assaf Hamo from Harvard to Bar-Ilan University
  • Yaara Oren from Harvard to Tel Aviv University
  • Osip Schwartz from UC Berkeley to Weizmann Institute of Science

Zuckerman Postdoctoral Scholars

  • Philip Barron from University of California, Santa Cruz to Bar-Ilan University
  • Jeremy Gabriel from McMaster University to University of Haifa
  • Aleksey Generozov from Columbia University to Technion – Israel Institute of Technology
  • Patrick Gray from Duke University to University of Haifa
  • Jacqueline Grimm from Princeton to The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
  • Paul Harris from King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) to The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
  • Charles Krasnow from Michigan State University to The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
  • Kathleen Jagodnik from Case Western Reserve University to Bar-Ilan University
  • Tomer Langberg from University of California, Berkeley to Tel Aviv University
  • Alexandre Laurier from Carleton University to Technion – Israel Institute of Technology
  • J.C. Macdonald from University of Louisiana at Lafayette to Tel Aviv University
  • Krista Oswald from NorthWinds Environmental Services to Ben-Gurion University of the Negev
  • Nicolle Simonovic from Kent State University to University of Haifa
  • Ian Trivers from University of Michigan to Technion – Israel Institute of Technology
  • Brian Welch from University of Colorado, Boulder to Technion – Israel Institute of Technology

Zuckerman Israeli Postdoctoral Scholars

  • Yael Avni from Tel Aviv University to University of Chicago
  • Tal Gordon from Tel Aviv University to Stanford
  • Faris Horani from Technion – Israel Institute of Technology to University of Washington
  • Yosef Kiat from University of Haifa to Field Museum of Natural History in Chicago
  • Gal Manella from Weizmann Institute of Science to California Institute of Technology
  • Yossef Efraim Panfil from The Hebrew University of Jerusalem to University of Pennsylvania
  • Roi Rahin from Technion – Israel Institute of Technology to National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)
  • Matan Sorek from The Hebrew University of Jerusalem to University of Pennsylvania
  • Adi Yechezkel-Domer from Ben-Gurion University of the Negev to University of California, Berkeley
  • David Zada from Bar-Ilan University to University of California, San Diego

Our Community Continues to Grow!
Our US-Israel STEM community has experienced incredible growth in the past six years.  From the tens of researchers who participated at the start of the program in 2016, the Zuckerman STEM program now includes hundreds of researchers in Israel, the US and Canada who are sustaining a productive cycle of academic exchange. As we move forward, the Zuckerman STEM community continues to expand in ways that will impact generations of scientists and strengthen the bonds between the two countries.

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