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4-May-2010
Researchers at the Hadassah University Medical Center have developed a novel strategy to derive and control differentiation of large quantities of human embryonic stem cells (hESCs), which may hold the key to reversing disorders such as Parkinson’s disease, diabetes, and Age-related Macular Degeneration (AMD).
4-May-2010
Research at the Hadassah Medical Center has been bolstered by a new momentum, thanks to the success of Hadasit, its technology transfer company, and the new Biotechnology Park on Hadassah-Ein Kerem’s campus.
4-May-2010
Hadasit Bio-Holdings Ltd., the Hadassah Medical Center’s technology transfer company, has announced that two of the leading biotechnology investment groups in Israel have donated $1.5 million each to ProtAb, its wholly owned portfolio company.
4-May-2010
A new program has opened in Jerusalem, one that combines the best of Hadassah’s medical school with elite Army training.
4-May-2010
“Recent experiences at Hadassah Hospital in Jerusalem have offered me a glimmer of hope and revived my belief in the possibility of a future peace,” notes Ayelet Kahane, whose grandmother was recently a patient at Hadassah.”
4-May-2010
Dr. Felicia Knaul, Director of the Harvard Global Equity Initiative, which aims to expand cancer care and control in developing countries, visited the Hadassah Medical Center in mid-March and discussed the potential for collaborative projects with Dr. Ilana Kadmon, Hadassah’s Breast Care Clinical Nurse Specialist.
4-May-2010
Prof. Stuart Stanton, whose medical career as a urogynecologist spans decades and continents, has taken on the Chair of Hadassah United Kingdom. He follows Guilda Shamash, who held the position for 11 years.
4-May-2010
Combining a tour with a dedication ceremony marking a gift to the Hadassah Medical Center’s Sarah Wetsman Davidson Tower, Jaime and June Woldenberg from Monterrey, Mexico visited Hospital Hospital-Ein Kerem with their sons and grandchildren on the occasion of Mr. Woldenberg’s 80th birthday.
4-May-2010
Renovation and expansion of Pediatric Wing B, which began in March, is in full swing. We are happy to report that a Switzerland family foundation has provided the funds for the 4-bed Pediatric Surgery Unit. There are, however, many giving opportunities to help complete the renovation. Click here to donate and for more information.
28-Apr-2010
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