Achievements

IMRIC’s brilliant research has garnered attention from around the world. Our internationally recognized researchers have been awarded numerous grants and prizes that have contributed to the amazing discoveries that continue to be found by IMRIC researchers.

2009

Emet Prize

For excellence in academic and professional achievements that have far-reaching influence and have made significant contribution to society.

Awarded to:

Prof. Howard Cedar

Chairperson , Developmental Biology & Cancer Research, IMRIC
Harry and Helen L. Brenner Professor of Molecular Biology


  

For their fundamental contributions to the role of DNA methylation in the control of gene expression

2008

The Krill Prize of the Wolf Foundation for Excellence in Scientific Research

Awarded to:

Prof. Yuval Dor

Senior Lecturer , Developmental Biology & Cancer Research, IMRIC


  

Development and tissue dynamics in the pancreas, in particular insulin-producing beta cells; mechanisms of regeneration and organ size control.

Wolf Prize

Awarded to:

Prof. Howard Cedar

Chairperson , Developmental Biology & Cancer Research, IMRIC
Harry and Helen L. Brenner Professor of Molecular Biology


  

For their fundamental contributions to our understanding of the role of DNA methylation in the control of gene expression

2006

Emet Prize

For excellence in academic and professional achievements that have far-reaching influence and have made significant contribution to society.

Awarded to:

Prof. Eli Keshet

Woll Brothers and Sisters Chair for Cardiovascular Research , Biochemistry & Molecular Biology, IMRIC


  

For his pioneering and ground-breaking studies into the vascular system and its connection to cancer and cardiovascular diseases, and for his rare combination of excellence and novel research methods, which have produced insights on how to implement the knowledge about the formation of blood vessels for medical purposes

2005

Israel Prize — Medicine

Awarded to:

Prof. Shaul Feldman

2004

Israel Prize — Biochemistry

Awarded to:

Prof. Aharon Razin