Dr. Shmuel Cabilly, holds a PhD in Immunology from the Hebrew university (1980). He spent four years in the US as a post-doctoral fellow heading a joint project of the City of Hope Research Institute and Genentech where he developed a new breakthrough technology for recombinant antibody production. This invention was patented worldwide. Today there are already more than 20 drugs in the market based on this technology among which are Herceptin, Rituxan, Traceba, Raptiva, Xolair and more. Dr Cabilly was also a co-founder and a chief scientist of Life technology Israel (formerly Ethrog Biotechnology) which was acquired by Invitrogen corp. (today Life technology). Dr. Cabilly is now an investor and a director of several companies.