Technion - Israel Institute of Technology
Professor Noah Lotan was born Romania, 1935. He joined the Technion-IIT in 1979 and was appointed a Full Professor in the Department of Biomedical Engineering in 1989. He held visiting appointments at the National Center for Scientific Research in Strasbourg, France, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY-USA, the University of Rouen, France, the Ciba-Geigy Corp. in Basel, Switzerland, and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Boston, MA.,USA. Prof. Lotan is the incumbent of The Roy Matas / Winnipeg Chair in Biomedical Engineering, and established the Leonard and Diane Sherman Biomaterials Research Center at the Technion.
Biomaterials : Medical and non-medical applications Intelligent systems for drug targeting: Cancer metastases and vascular lesions Immobilized enzymes and sorbents for biotechnological applications Extracorporeal and fully-implanted biosystems for metabolic support Bioengineering, biotechnology and artificial biological systems Separation and purification of biomaterials: Process engineering Multifunctional scaffolds for tissue engineering Molecular electronics and biochemical assemblies as neural networks Drug resistance: Metabolic reprograming and therapeutics