The universities below, in chronological order by year of founding, are eligible to submit up to nine nominations: three in each subject category that the Blavatnik Awards recognize.
If you are interested in being nominated for the Blavatnik Awards for Young Scientists in Israel, please contact your institution’s Institutional Contact (listed below) in the first instance. They will be able to provide information about your institution’s internal selection process. Please note that self-nominations will not be accepted.
Research institutes and university hospitals that operate under the umbrella of a parent university should ensure their young faculty members are incorporated into the selection process of the nominees of that university. If your institution does not appear on our list and would like to submit nominations, please send a brief statement of interest to BlavatnikAwardsIsrael@nyas.org.
- The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Institutional Contact: Barak Medina
- Technion - Israel Institute of Technology
Institutional Contact: Marom Shimon
- Weizmann Institute of Science
Institutional Contact: Shirley Kaveh-Shtul
- Tel Aviv University
Institutional Contact: Dan Peer
- Bar-Ilan University
Institutional Contact: Iris Goldwirth
- Ben-Gurion University of the Negev
Institutional Contact: Sharon Segal-Slivkovitz
- The University of Haifa
Institutional Contact: Ido Izhaki
- The Open University of Israel
Institutional Contact: Nava Segal-Lichtenstein
- Ariel University
Institutional Contact: Alona Ben-Ayun