At Bar-Ilan University, the guideline for research, in all areas, is “Influencing Tomorrow, Today.” This is the case in all of BIU’s faculties, research institutes and multidisciplinary impact centers, where researchers – academic faculty members, postdoctoral fellows, and medical and research students – conduct diverse research in all of the university’s fields of knowledge.
The Bar-Ilan Research Authority, which operates under the auspices of the Office of the BIU Vice President for Research, works to promote research innovation and excellence at the university. Bar-Ilan’s some 70 research centers and institutes, 700 senior researchers, and thousands of students are the focus of its activities.
Bar-Ilan In Numbers
Research Centers & Institutes
Academic Degree Students
International Cooperation Agreements
Senior Academic Faculty Members
Bar-Ilan Research & Development Company
BIRAD was established in order to turn research innovations created at Bar-Ilan University into useful products that can be effectively commercialized. The guiding principles are promoting innovation, improving the quality of life and strengthening the economy.
Prof. Haim Cohen
Researcher in the Faculty of Life Sciences at Bar-Ilan
Cohen’s research focuses on extending longevity, and its health and medical implications. Image
Dr. Rena Bina
member of an international scientific consortium
researches the mental health of perinatal women and the services provided to them at the personal, family, professional and organizational levels.
Dr. Jenny Bronstein
Chair of the Department of Information Science at Bar-Ilan University
who researches how people seek, create and share information on social networks, at different stages of their lives.
Dr. Or Anabi
a graduate of the Department of Sociology and Anthropology at Bar-Ilan University
who is currently a researcher at the Israel Democracy Institute’s Guttman Center for Public Opinion and Policy Research
Dr. Yogev Kivity
Researcher of Bar-Ilan’s Department of Psychology
whose studies show that mentalization plays a crucial role in the psychological treatment of people with Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD).
Dr. Dana Atzil-Slonim
Director of the Psychotherapy Research Laboratory at Bar-Ilan University’s Department of Psychology
whose research addresses a key mental health challenge: how to predict and select the most appropriate treatment for those suffering from depression.