Selected Publications

  • Yaniv SP, Meltzer H, Alyagor I, Schuldiner O (2020) Developmental axon regrowth and primary neurons sprouting utilize distinct actin elongation factors. J Cell Biol 219(5): e201903181

  • Sudarsanam S, Yaniv SP, Meltzer H, Alyagor I, Schuldiner O (2020) Cofilin regulates axon growth and branching of Drosophila γ neurons by facilitating microtubule protrusion. J Cell Sci jcs232595 

  • Yaniv, SP and Schuldiner O (2018) Pebbled makes ripples: A transcription factor primes glutamatergic but not cholinergic neurons for degeneration (commentary). Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 115(6): 1140-2

  • Rabinovich D*, Yaniv SP*, Alyagor I, Schuldiner, O (2016) Nitric Oxide as a Switching Mechanism between Axon Degeneration and Regrowth during Developmental Remodeling. Cell 164(1-2):170-82 * equal contribution

  • Yaniv SP and Schuldiner O (2016) A fly’s view of neuronal remodeling (review). Wiley Interdiscip Rev Dev Biol 5(5):618-35

  • Bornstein B, Zehavi EE, Gelley S, Zoosman M, Yaniv SP, Fuchs O, Perlson E, Schuldiner O (2015) Developmental axon pruning requires destabilization of cell adhesion by JNK signaling. Neuron 88(5):926-940

  • Yaniv SP, Issman-Zecharya N, Oren-Suissa M, Podbilewicz B, Schuldiner O. (2012) Axon re-growth during development and regeneration following injury share molecular mechanisms. Curr Biol 22(19):1774-82

CV

2019-2020

EU Grant Liason, Research Grant Proposal unit, Weizmann Institute of Science

2013-2019

Staff Scientist, Dept of Molecular Cell Biology, Weizmann Institute of Science

2009-2013

Postdoctoral Fellow, Dept of Molecular Cell Biology, Weizmann Institute of Science

2003-2008

Ph.D. (Medical Sciences), B. Rapapport School of Medicine, Technion

2001-2003

M.Sc. (Medical Sciences), Hadassah Medical School, Hebrew University

1997-2000

B.Sc. (Life Sciences), Hebrew University