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Feinberg Graduate School

Non-invasive image from the bioimaging center showing blood (red) and lymphatic (green) vessels that were induced to grow by, and in tum facilitate progression of a growing tumor (blue).The ability of tumors to induce local expansion of blood and lymphatic vessels is a critical step in tumor progression and metastatic spread. Targeting these vessels provides an important strategy for novel anti-cancer treatment. Image courtesy Prof. Michal Neeman
New initiatives and construction at the Weizmann Institute
Katzir in his lab, 1972

Prof. Aharon Katzir’s message is still relevant 40 years after his death in a terrorist attack

Feinberg Graduate School

Graduates of the program will continue to work with the Institute on new educational initiatives.

Prof. Lia Addadi

Prof. Lia Addadi was re-elected to serve a further term as Dean of the Feinberg Graduate School and Head of the Aharon Katzir-Katchalski Center...

Dr. Esther Hellinger
Dr. Esther Hellinger was 18 when she...
Receiving teaching certificates and teacher-mentor certificates. Developing qualifications
New science and math teachers and teacher-mentors receive their certificates
Dr. Anat Cohen-Dayag

At 43, Dr. Anat Cohen-Dayag is president and CEO of Compugen Ltd.

Children of Ethiopian immigrants at the Weizmann Institute- Participants in the sparks of science program

Around 100 youth complete the "Sparks of Science" program

Prof. Dan Dolev

Computer science was a...