Natalie Porat-Shliom, PhD, National Cancer Institute
Dr. Porat-Shliom received her B.Sc. in biology, M.Sc. in neurobiology and Ph.D. in cell biology from Tel-Aviv University, Israel. Her Ph.D. research was performed at the NIH, through the Graduate Partnerships Program, under the supervision of Prof. Yoel Kloog (Tel Aviv University) and Dr. Julie Donaldson (NHLBI, NIH). For her postdoctoral training, Dr. Porat-Shliom joined the laboratory of Dr. Roberto Weigert (NCI, NIH) where she specialized in intravital microscopy studying mitochondria in the salivary gland for which she received the NIH Pathway to Independence Award (K99/R00). In 2018, Dr. Porat-Shliom joined the National Cancer Institute, NIH as an Earl Stadtman Investigator. Her lab is focusing on mitochondrial biology in the liver using intravital microscopy.
Title: Mitochondrial dynamics in intact tissues using intravital microscopy
Lab URL: https://ccr.cancer.gov/thoracic-and-gi-malignancies-branch/natalie-porat-shliom