Dr. Mark Israel, Former Director Of Dartmouth’s Cancer Center, Named National Executive Director Of The Israel Cancer Research Fund

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ICRF | New York
Location: 
The Yale Club, NYC
Date: 
Monday, June 15, 2015

Please Join Us for Lunch!

Monday, June 15
Hosted by
Louis Brause
Vice-Chairman, ICRF
Co-Chairman, ICRF New York Chapter 

The Yale Club
50 Vanderbilt Ave
New York, NY
12 PM - 2 PM

There will be no solicitation of contributions at this event.
ICRF observes the laws of Kashrut at its events.

Meet and hear Dr. Carmit Levy, an eminent Israeli scientist from Tel Aviv University and a rising expert in melanoma, the most lethal form of skin cancer.

Dr. Carmit Levy, a sabra of Yemenite heritage, is a graduate of Hebrew University and a former post-doctoral fellow at Harvard University.  She studies the role of microRNAs in the development, differentiation and transformation of skin cells into malignant cancer cells.  The goal of Dr. Levy’s research at the Sackler Faculty of Medicine of Tel Aviv University is to develop new approaches to prevent, diagnose, and treat skin cancer in general, particularly melanoma, which is responsible for approximately 80 percent of skin cancer deaths.

​ICRF is pleased to have this opportunity to introduce you to our work which has advanced cancer research and saved many thousands of lives world-wide.  We are grateful to Michael Gordon and to Angelo, Gordon & Co. for hosting this event on our behalf.

For Reservations and More Information, please contact:

Ken Gabel                                              Sybil Britton
Development Director                            Senior Development Coordinator
ICRF New York Chapter           or           ICRF New York Chapter
212.969.9800 x225                                212.969.9800 x224
kenneth.gabel@icrfny.org                      sybil.britton@icrfny.org

 

City: 
New York
Time: 
Monday, June 15, 2015 - 12:00pm to 2:00pm