AUSiMED (Australia/Israel Medical Research) successfully ran its first international collaborative research symposium in Melbourne between Australian and Israeli researchers on 13 and 14 May this year.
The paediatric research symposium brought together top researchers from the Murdoch Childrens Research Institute (MCRI) in Melbourne and the Hadassah Hospital in Jerusalem.
During his trip to Jerusalem, Pope Francis landed at the helipad at the Hadassah Hospital on Mount Scopus. He was welcomed by Dr. Osnat Levzion-Korach, the Director of the Hadassah Hospital on Mount Scopus, and a choir of Israeli children sang for him.
Hadassah International volunteers around the world stand side by side with the Belgium Jewish Community in condemning the shooting of innocent people at the Jewish Museum in Brussels in a heinous hate crime.
Hadassah International shares the good news from Jerusalem that the Court has approved the recovery plan for the Hadassah Medical Organization (HMO). This plan will put HMO on the path to financial stability, while preserving Hadassah, the Women’s Zionist Organization of America’s (HWZOA) ownership and control of HMO.
A Hadassah team of specialists led by Dr. Irene Anteby, the Director of Pediatric Ophthalmology at Hadassah Medical Center, is reaching out to the community to offer information about preventing and treating Amblyopia, the common eye disorder which results in developing abnormal vision in infancy, affecting thousands of children.
Professor Orly Elpeleg, a genetics authority at Jerusalem’s Hadassah Hospital has been sharing her knowledge on children’s medical disorders with leading Melbourne doctors this week at a conference run by Australian-Israeli medical research initiative AUSiMED.
Researchers from the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute (MCRI) and Hadassah Hospital in Jerusalem met in Melbourne for the first major pediatric research symposium organized by AUSiMED, a medical research initiative between Australia and Israel.
Judith Epstein, the Hadassah International Ambassador to the United Nations in Geneva, invited several friends, including Dr. Charlotte Knobloch and Regine Sixt, to join her for a special "Shopping, Champagne & Charity" event in the TORY BURCH store in Munich.
One writer reviews the fascinating peace amidst intersections of race, gender and religion that happen at the Hadassah Hospitals.
As his “day job,” Prof. Alex Margulis heads the Hadassah Medical Center’s Pediatric Plastic Surgery and Craniofacial Unit, where children born with birth defects or injured in terrorist attacks are given a new lease on life. At the same time, Prof. Margulis, at age 47, is still active in the Shayetet 13 Reserves, Israel’s Navy Seals Special Forces.