Member of IRB
Dvir is a dedicated researcher and passionate musician. He was selected as one of 19 delegates from the United States and awarded a full scholarship by the American Committee for the Weizmann Institute to conduct immunology research in collaboration with international researchers. Afterward, Dvir developed a novel biosensor concept, becoming a finalist at the QC Pitchfest and winning first place at the JA Business Competition. As a violinist, he led his chamber ensemble to win first place at the Lincoln Center Society Competition and the Chamber Music Competition of the Manhattan School of Music Precollege. He has studied violin with preeminent pedagogues such as Yonitte Ryger, Julie Kurtzman, Prof. Grigory Kalinovsky, Wu Jie, and with Prof. Nicholas Mann (Chair of the Manhattan School of Music College Strings Department). Recently, Dvir was selected as a fellow for the Carnegie Hall Future Music Project, composing original works and performing with the ensemble at Carnegie Hall. Currently, he conducts epigenetic research at the Advanced Science Research Center, tours with The Chutzpah Caravan, a music ensemble based in New York City, and produces original music.