Canada-Israel International Fetal Alcohol Consortium

IMRIC Location: 
IMRIC, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Partner Location: 
University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB
IMRIC Contact Person: 
Prof. Abraham Fainsod, Vice Chairman, IMRIC, Faculty Member, the Department of Developmental Biology and Cancer Research, IMRIC
Wolfson Family Professor of Genetics

IMRIC is proud to be involved in this partnership with the University of Manitoba, whose physical presence stretches all across the province. Its main campus provides students with the unique opportunity to study, learn, and hone their skills in a collaborative way alongside some of the best practitioners in the country.

As a partner in the Canada-Israel International Fetal Alcohol Consortium, the University of Manitoba will work with researchers from Israel to test whether the positive results achieved in the IMRIC lab in Israel can be duplicated in the field. Together this IMRIC collaboration can reduce the severity and the incidence of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder in Manitoba and across Canada.  

Collaborative Projects

Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder Research

IMRIC is proud to be involved in this partnership with the University of Manitoba, whose physical presence stretches all across the province. Its main campus provides students with the unique opportunity to study, learn, and hone their skills in a collaborative way alongside some of the best practitioners in the country. 

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IMRIC Vlog: Researcher Prof. Abraham Fainsod on breakthrough research and his sabbatical in Winnipeg

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