Join us in Israel for ICRF Mission 2018
and The Second Annual Jacki And Bruce Barron Cancer
Research Scholars' Program Symposium

Scientific Achievement is in our DNA ...  Supporting World-Class Cancer Research in Israel ...  Scientific Achievement is in our DNA ... Supporting World-Class Cancer Research in Israel ...  Scientific Achievement is in our DNA ...  Supporting World-Class Cancer Research in Israel ... Scientific Achievement is in our DNA ...  Supporting World-Class Cancer Research in Israel ...Scientific Achievement is in our DNA ...  Supporting World-Class Cancer Research in Israel ... Scientific Achievement is in our DNA ...  Supporting World-Class Cancer Research in Israel ... Scientific Achievement is in our DNA ... Supporting World-Class Cancer Research in Israel ...  Scientific Achievement is in our DNA ...  Supporting World-Class Cancer Research in Israel ... Scientific Achievement is in our DNA ...  Supporting World-Class Cancer Research in Israel ... Scientific Achievement is in our DNA ...  Supporting World-Class Cancer Research in Israel ... Scientific Achievement is in our DNA ... Supporting World-Class Cancer Research in Israel ...

ICRF | Chicago
Location: 
Home of Justin Kriezelman
Date: 
Monday, January 27, 2014

 

 

Want to make an impact this year?

ICRF Young Leadership

Visions Committee Brunch

Please join us for bagels and conversation about the 
Israel Cancer Research Fund 
 
Do you know someone who has been impacted by cancer? Are you interested in creating & shaping a young leadership chapter for an organization whose goal is to cure cancer?  
 
Be a part of the first Chicago ICRF Visions Chapter meeting where we will learn about cutting edge research taking place in Israel direct from the source, with a video conference with Dr. Carmit Levy of Tel Aviv University.
(See Levy's bio below)

When
SUNDAY
February 9, 2014 
From 11 AM - 1 PM

Where
AT THE HOME OF 
DR. JUSTIN KRIEZELMAN

Hosted by

Gillian Kriezelman
Justin Kriezelman
RSVP at gillian.kriezelman@gmail.com  

Visit our website!  

 

Carmit Levy
Dr. Carmit Levy (department of Human Molecular Genetics and Biochemistry at Tel Aviv University is working on promising approaches to prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of malignant melanoma. 
Born in Jerusalem, Levy established her lab at Tel Aviv University in 2011 after completing post-doctoral studies at Harvard Medical School in Boston. She began her academic career at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, where she received a B.A. in biology, followed by a M.Sc in pharmacology and a PhD in Biochemistry.

Israel Cancer Research Fund
PO Box 405 
Deerfield, Illinois 60015
Jennifer Flink, Director of Development Chicago Chapter
 

 

City: 
Chicago
Time: 
Sunday, February 9, 2014 - 11:00am