Institute For Medical Research, Israel-Canada

Hebrew University researchers

Research institute affiliated with the Faculty of Medicine of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

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Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Public research university based in Jerusalem, Israel.

Establishment of the Hebrew University and laying of the cornerstone, 1918
Hebrew University 1937
Hebrew university campus, 1930's
National Library of Israel, Givat Ram, established 1892
The building of Academy of the Hebrew Language, Givat Ram. The AHL replaced in 1953 the Hebrew Language Committee, established in 1890.
Painting of the inauguration ceremony, 1925. The Earl of Balfour addresses the audience.
Mount Scopus campus
Mount Scopus campus: Rothberg amphitheater
Givat Ram campus
Rehovot campus, Ariovitch Auditorium
Lord Balfour Speaking at the Opening Ceremony of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem on Mt. Scopus
The portrait of Albert Einstein by Leonid Pasternak (1924) in the Mathematics and Computer Science Library of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem

The Faculties of Medicine and Dental Medicine and the Institute For Medical Research, Israel-Canada (IMRIC) are located at the south-western Jerusalem Ein Kerem campus alongside the Hadassah-University Medical Center.

Aharon Razin

Israeli biochemist.

Razin in 2009

He now serves as professor emeritus in the Department for Developmental Biology & Cancer Research, The Institute For Medical Research, Israel-Canada (IMRIC).

Howard Cedar

Israeli American biochemist who works on DNA methylation, a mechanism that turns genes on and off.

Howard Cedar in 2016

In 1973 he joined the medical school of the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, and now serves as professor emeritus in the Department for Developmental Biology & Cancer Research, The Institute For Medical Research, Israel-Canada (IMRIC).

David Lichtstein

Full professor of Physiology at the Faculty of Medicine at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and the incumbent of the Walter & Greta Stiel Chair in Heart Studies.

He is the former Chairman of the Institute For Medical Research, Israel-Canada (IMRIC) (2008-2012) and Dean of the Faculty of Medicine at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem (2013-2017).

Jerry Grafstein

Canadian lawyer, businessman, and politician who served in the Senate of Canada from 1984 to 2010.

In November 2010, the Canadian Friends of the Hebrew University (CFHU) created The Honourable Jerry and Carole Grafstein Network for Cancer Research at the Institute For Medical Research, Israel-Canada (IMRIC), part of the Faculty of Medicine of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.