Tal Stern Bauer

Tal Stern Bauer

Ph. D candidate


B.Sc and M.Sc in Biochemistry and food science at the faculty of agriculture, food and environment of the Hebrew University at Rehovot. Currently, pHD student in collaboration with Prof. Zvi Hayouka from the agriculture faculty. My research topic is development of biosensors for bacteria detection based on peptides as recognition molecules.

1.      Stern T., Zelinger E. and Hayouka Z. 2016. Random peptide mixtures inhibit and eradicate methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus biofilms.  Chemical Communications, 7102-7105

2.      Ryadnov M., Hayouka Z., Bella A., Stern T., Jiang H., Ray S., & Grovenor C. 2017. Binary encoding of peptide sequences into differential antimicrobial mechanisms. Angewandte Chemie, 8211-8215

3.      Topman, S., Tamir‐Ariel, D., Bochnic‐Tamir, H., Stern Bauer, T., Shafir, S., Burdman, S., & Hayouka, Z. 2018. Random peptide mixtures as new crop protection agents. Microbial biotechnology, 1027-1036.‏

4.      Stern Bauer, T. and Hayouka, Z. 2018. Random mixtures of antimicrobial peptides inhibit bacteria associated with pasteurized bovine milk. Journal of Peptide Science, e3088.‏

5.     Stern Bauer, T, Menagen, B., Avnir, D., & Hayouka, Z. 2019. Random peptide mixtures entrapped within a copper-cuprite matrix: new antimicrobial agent against methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus. Scientific reports, 9(1), 1-8.‏

6.     Keshri, J., Krouptiski, Y., Abu-Fani, L., Achmon, Y., Stern Bauer, T.., Zarka, O., Maler, I., Pinto, R., & Saldinger, S. S. 2019. Dynamics of bacterial communities in alfalfa and mung bean sprouts during refrigerated conditions. Food microbiology, 84, 103261.

Contact Information

Los Angeles Building; Room 314
Givat Ram Campus
Jerusalem ,91904, Israel