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Available 2017 Fellowships

January 12, 2017

ICA USA Has just published their list of 34 fellowships available for funding in 2017. Institutes include Assuta Medical Center, Bar-Ilan University,  Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Hadassah Medical Center,  The Hebrew University of Jerusalem,  Rabin Medical Center, Rambam Healthcare Campus, Sheba Medical Center,  Technion, Israel Institute of Technology, Tel  Aviv Sourasky Medical Center,  Tel Aviv University,  Tel Aviv-Yaffo Academic College, Schneider Children’s Medical Center, University of Haifa, MIGAL-Galilee Research Institute and Weizmann Institute of Science.

Click this link to download a complete list of the 2017 fellowships available for funding.

For more information or individual fellowship abstracts please call ICA USA at 561-832-9277. To have us contact you about funding a 2016 Fellowship, complete the Fellowship Inquiry Contact Form here.

Available 2017 Fellowships:

20170014
Technion, Israel Institute of Technology, Prof. Nabieh Ayoub
Characterizing the novel role of the tumor suppressor gene, RBM6 in DNA damage response.

20170024
Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Dr. Moshe Elkabets
Activation of MET/HGF pathways confers resistance to cetuxumab in Head and Neck Cancer.

20170034
Tel-Aviv University, Prof. Gil Ast
Analysis of regulatory pathways leading to alternative splicing aberrations in ovarian and colon cancers.

20170047
Rambam Healthcare Campus, Dr. Shlomit Strulov Shachar
Geratric assessment & muscle indices as predictive factors for treatment-related toxicity and time to tumor progression (TTP) in elderly patients with advanced Lung and Breast Cancer.

20170055
Rambam Healthcare Campus, Dr. Ital Maza
Methylation Dynamics in Adenoma to Carcinoma Sequence of Sporadic Colorectal Cancer.

20170063
Sheba Medical Center, Dr. Adrian Duek
Dissecting the JAK2-V617F/STAT1 Pathway, on the way to improving the treatment on myeloprolferative neoplasms (Blood Cancers).

20170066
Tel Aviv University, Prof. Ron Shamir
Integrative computational analysis of molecular data from cancer patients. Bioinformatics (computational biology) is a new field that uses techniques from computer science and mathematics to solve problems in biology and medicine, by developing advanced computational techniques. Due to the enormous volume of data in cancer research, analysis cannot be done efficiently without bioinformatics.

20170079
Tel Aviv University, Prof. Haim Werner
Identification of thioredoxin-interacting protein (TXNIP as a novel metabloc tumor suppressor gene (Thyroid Cancers).

20170086
Rambam Helathcare Campus, Dr. Na’ara Shorook
Mechanisms of Radioiodine Resistance in Papillary Thyroid Carcinoma.

20170100
Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Prof. Ruti Parvari
Study of the molecular basis of non-Medullary Thyroid Cancer by identification and characterization of the mutated gene causing it in a large family and its contribution in isolated cases.

20170117
Rambam Healthcare Campus, Dr. Rurh Perets
Targeting PAX8 in Gynecological Cancers (PAX 8 is marker to identify cancer cells and may enable more targeted cancer treatments)

20170128
Sheba Medical Center , Dr. Yaacov Lawrence
Celiac Plexus Radio-Surgery for Pain Management in Advanced Cancer Patients – a Phase II Trial

20170155
Technion, Israel Institute of Technology, Prof. Doron Melamed
Targeting biogenesis of microRNAs for effective immunotherapy of B-cell cancer.

20170157
Schneider Children’s Medical Center, Dr. Sara Elitzur
Assessment of fertility and ovarian reserve in female survivors of Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL).

20170164
Rabin Medical Center Beilinson Campus, Prof. Ronit Abir
Culture of human primordial follicles with neuronal growth factors for fertility restoration after anti-cancer therapy.

20170179
Rambam Healthcare Campus, Dr. Shlomit Yehudai-Reshef
The role of bone marrow stromal cells in Acute Myeloid Leukemia initiation and relapse progression

20170184
Bar-Ilan University, Prof. Shulamit Michaeli
Development of innovative iron oxide nanoparticles for targeting and silencing of Ovarian Cancer.

20170185
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Dr. Maayan Salton
Chromatin regulation of alternative splicing by p300 in Breast Cancer.

For more information on fellowship funding please call our office at (561) 832-9277.