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Take part in the scientific journey with our Hebrew University students at the Institute for Medical Research Israel-Canada as they begin their academic careers.

Vlog: PhD Student Roy Granit on Latest Research

By: IMRIC PhD student Roy Granit
PhD student Roy Granit

Check out my latest vlog about what's happening in the lab and my change in status, from Masters student to PhD!

Vlog: What's Happening in the lab now, PhD Student Moran Dvela

PhD student Moran Dvela

Check out PhD Student Moran Dvela's latest vlog as she explains what's happening in her IMRIC lab under Prof. David Lichtstein's supervision, right now. Mutations, mice and more! Learn about how the lab works and what Moran is focusing on. 

For more on PhD student Moran click here

Vlog: Masters Student Roy Granit on Lab's Breast Cancer Discovery

By: Masters Student Roy Granit
Masters Student Roy Granit

 

Check out IMRIC Masters student Roy Granit in his new Vlog post about his lab's breast cancer discovery. Through Roy's lab's investigative studies, led by Dr. Ittai Ben-Porath, the team has found a sub population of cells among the tumor cells that have the characteristics of a stem cell.  What does this all mean? Watch the clip to find out!

 

 

Roy Granit is currently pursuing hisM.Sc. in Biomedical Research at The Institute for Medical Research Israel-Canada (IMRIC) at The Hebrew University. Check out Roy's first vlog here.

 

VLOG: My Research, PhD Student Moran Dvela

PhD Student Moran Dvela

 

Check out PhD student Moran Dvela's first vlog as she explains her current research on regulation of the cell's viability, a fundamental phenomenain the live organism. Moran's work focuses on diseases in which the regulation of the cell's growth is a critical issue, such as cancer and neurodegenerative diseases. Watch the video to learn more. 



 

 

For more on PhD Student Moran Dvela click here.

Vlog: Masters Student Roy Granit

Masters Student Roy Granit

Hi I’m Roy Granit. I am currently conducting my M.Sc. in Biomedical Research at The Institute for Medical Research Israel-Canada (IMRIC) at The Hebrew University. I look forward to informing you on our exciting investigations throughout the year on the IMRIC Blog. Before I get into my research I wanted to let you know a little bit about who I am.