Featuring Technion Alumnus Nir Emuna / Hosted by Dr. Marty and Grace Rosman

Join us for an intimate, lively discussion with one of the Technion’s brilliant alumni, Nir Emuna ’11, M.Sc. ’13, Ph.D. ’19 while reconnecting with like-minded Technion supporters in our community. Learn about Dr. Emuna’s improbable journey to Yale University for his second postdoc in biomechanics — an illustration of Technion students shaping the future of Israeli society.

Dr. Nir Emuna entered the Technion after his military service to study aerospace engineering. Support from the Rosman Atidim Program allowed him to remain at the university and secured him an internship at Israel Aerospace Industries. During his graduate studies he switched gears, deciding to employ his engineering skills to biology. Emuna completed his Technion doctorate and postdoctoral studies in biomechanics and is now a postdoctoral fellow studying vascular mechanics at Yale University.

Dr. Martin and Grace Rosman are committed supporters of the American Technion Society in Washington, D.C. and the Technion. Dr. Rosman is director of breast cancer research at the Anne Arundel Medical Center in Annapolis. Mrs. Rosman conducted biochemical research at the National Institutes of Health before becoming a secondary school teacher. They established the Rosman Atidim Program in 2007 to create a more diverse and productive society by giving underserved students the chance to get a Technion education.