Tamara Brider, Ph.D.
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I finished my Ph.D. in the Medicinal Chemistry program at the Ariel University of Samaria in the laboratory of Prof. Gary Gellerman. The main subject of the research was Development of synthetic methods for preparation of new compounds with antitumor activity. In 2015 joined professor Raichlin research project on Kidneys stones formation process. Since 2017 working in laboratory of professor Michailevski on Influence of TH waves on living organisms project.
Investigation of proper parameters of TH radiation capable to prevent cancer progression and reduce protein aggregation responsible for neurodegenerative diseases.
Cited by 40 (for updated info: Google Scholar)
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Brider, T.; Redko, B.; Oron-Herman, M.; Cohen-Matzlich, A.; Gerlitz, G.; Gellerman, G.; Grynszpan, F., Research on Chemical Intermediates (2015), 1-17, "Synthesis and in vitro anticancer evaluation of 1,8-naphthalimides N(4) and S(4)-derivatives combining DNA intercalators and alkylation capabilities".
Brider, T.; Gellerman, G.; Tetrahedron Letters (2014), 55(42), 6675-6679, " Three overlooked chemical approaches toward 3-naphthalimide amonafide N-derivatives".
Brider, T.; Gellerman, G., Tetrahedron Letters (2012), 53(42), 5611-5615, "A two-step synthesis of medicinally-important 1,8-naphthalimide peptidyls by solid phase organic synthesis".
Brider, T.; Gilad, Y.; Gellerman, G., Tetrahedron Letters (2011), 52(28), 3640-3644, "A fast entry to the novel medicinally-important 9-anilinoacridine peptidyls by solid phase organic synthesis (SPOS)".
Gellerman, G.; Gaisin, V.; Brider, T., Tetrahedron Letters (2010), 51(5), 836-839, "One-pot derivatization of medicinally important 9-aminoacridines by reductive amination and SNAr reaction".
Gellerman, G.; Hazan, E.; Brider, T.; Traube, T.; Albeck, A.; Shatzmiler, S., From International Journal of Peptide Research and Therapeutics (2008), 14(2), 183-192, "Facile Synthesis of Orthogonally Protected Optically Pure Keto- and Diketopiperazine Building Blocks for Combinatorial Chemistry".