Hadassah New Zealand hosted an evening in May featuring an Auckland barrister, who had attended an Israel Law Center Conference in Israel and received an insiderís look at how the countryís legal system handles terrorist activity.
Hadassah Switzerland-Zurich hosted the first of a series of social evenings at the Hotel Eden au Lac along the Lake of Zurich in April, featuring the quartet of Rolf Lyssy, renowned Jazz Drummer, Swiss Film Director, and Hadassah Switzerland Honorary Board Member.
Every day miracles take place here at Hadassah. Babies are born. Lives are saved. Bone marrow is transplanted. Shattered bones are reconstructed. Groundbreaking research is developed. In every department, our professionals make miracles happen.
Young Hadassah International (YHI) is pleased to announce the official launch of its new website, reflecting YHIís re-branding, and the commencement of a new online strategy to further connect passionate--and potentially passionate-- Hadassah visionaries.
The Hadassah Medical Centerís nursing leadership is reshaping the role of nurses to maximize the many skills nurses bring to the medical team. One chief strategy is empowering nurses with greater autonomy to make decisions to enhance patient care; another is the establishment of a Nursing Research Center to generate hospital-wide clinical research studies.
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 Parkinsonís disease, diabetes, and Age-related Macular Degeneration (AMD).
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 Keremís campus.
Hadasit Bio-Holdings Ltd., the Hadassah Medical Centerís 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.
A new program has opened in Jerusalem, one that combines the best of Hadassahís medical school with elite Army training.
ďRecent experiences at Hadassah Hospital in Jerusalem have offered me a glimmer of hope and revived my belief in the possibility of a future peace,Ē notes Ayelet Kahane, whose grandmother was recently a patient at Hadassah.Ē