Shela was awarded the Order of Merit from the Ambassador of Poland, the Right Honorable Marek Magierowski, for her ongoing collaborative work between the Hebrew University and universities in Poland. This is the second time she has been awarded the prize.
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This year the School of Pharmacy's administrative and academic staff were treated to a wonderful day in the Western Galilee where we visited a magical hideaway at the Manot Cave, Noga's honey-bee farm at "Prechei Hagalil", and finally the spice barn at Bethlehem of Galilee (Jesus' real birth place?)Read More
The Standing Committee of the University has approved a curriculum in Forensic and Analytical Science, a program that will not require a thesis. It will be attached to the Master's degree program (requiring a thesis) in Forensic and Analytical Science.Read More
Dr. Yossi Tam, from the School of Pharmacy in a recent interview in the States says that the US is being left behind in some ground breaking research because of their anti-drug laws.
Cannabinoids are making a powerful impact in patients with diabetes, depression, obesity, cancer therapy and more.
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After 10 years of dedicated service, the School of Pharmacy's Administrative Director, Mr. Eldad Yoffe has left.
His chair will be filled by Ms. Tirza Lavi, previous Administrative Director of the Harvey M. Krueger Family Center for Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, Hebrew University's Center for Nanoscience and Nanotechnology at Givat Ram.Read More
Prof. Amiram Goldblum was one of three prize winners from the Faculty of Medicine to receive a prestigious Kaye Innovation award for 2017.
His prize was awarded for developing a novel generic algorithm applied for discovering highly active drug candidates.
Congratulations to us all on a huge success. Our long-awaited biennial retreat this year was held on the shores of the Sea of Galilee, at Ohalo Manor Resort. The weather was sublime, the wildflowers were in bloom and the mood was just right.Read More
Dr. Ofra Benny's work in nano-medicine is the inspiration behind a new dance video, "116 Reasons", which was created by an interdisciplinary Hebrew University team; a cancer researcher, video artist and choreographer, for Nano-Art, a Jerusalem municipality project. Read More
We are pleased and proud to announce the establishment of The Hebrew University Multidisciplinary Center on Cannabinoid Research. The Center is to be an inter-faculty facility with its mainstay being the Institute for Drug Research of the Faculty of Medicine, School of Pharmacy. Read More
Not many of us who went on the trip to Ramla and Hirya on Monday, 2 June were aware of the treasures waiting to be found there. Being established in 715, it is not surprising that Ramla is so full of history and treasures however, with Hirya being a modern addition to the area, the treasures to be discovered there are truly unexpected. Read More