I currently work at Savicell Diagnostics as a Data Scientist.
My studies at Ben-Gurion University included a Bachelor's degree in both computer science and chemistry, followed by a Master's degree in Medical Science (MMedSc).
My thesis advisors were Esti Yeger-Lotem and Michal Ziv-Ukelson.
My hobbies include diving, hiking, board games and playing music (guitar, bass, flute & drums). I also have a band call Alma Breeze.
I used to write cryptic crossword puzzles, see links below.
Basha, Omer, Shoval Tirman, Amir Eluk, and Esti Yeger-Lotem. "ResponseNet2. 0: revealing signaling and regulatory pathways connecting your proteins and genes—now with human data." Nucleic acids research 41, no. W1 (2013): W198-W203.
Basha, Omer, Dvir Flom, Ruth Barshir, Ilan Smoly, Shoval Tirman, and Esti Yeger-Lotem. "MyProteinNet: build up-to-date protein interaction networks for organisms, tissues and user-defined contexts." Nucleic acids research 43, no. W1 (2015): W258-W263.
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The following are crossword puzzles (in Hebrew) that appeared in Ben Hashurot magazine during the academic year of 2013.