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ICRF-Funded Scientist Ran Taube, Ph.D.
Ben-Gurion University of the Negev
Chicago Man of Distinction Gala 2013
Honoree Paul T. Fox (center) with (L-R) ICRF Executive Director Eric Heffler, Dr. Steve Rosen, ICRF President Brad Goldhar, Sam Skinner, David Abramson, Andrea Fox, and ICRF Chicago Director of Development Jennifer Flink
ICRF-Funded Scientists
Manuela Vecsler, Ph.D (left) . & Yogev Sela, Ph.D. (right), Bar-Ilan University and Weizmann Institute of Science
Visions Monte Carlo Night Committee
(front and center) Marty Finkelstein, 2013 Honoree 1st Row (Jodi Barmash, Debbie Paperman, Danielle Cohn, Jon Gutman, Leeor Alpern, Lynn Addotta Back Row (Lindsay Krause, Rachael Tanenbaum (Visions Co-Chair), Garry Reznik, Matthew Rosenmayer, , Michael Rosenmayer (Visions Co-Chair), Donna Ostrower
ICRF Funded Scientists
Adi Inbal of Hadassah Medical School (left) and Deborah Fass of the Weizmann Institute of Science (right)
ICRF Scientist Dr. Rotem Karni
Senior Lecturer in the Institute for Medical Research Israel-Canada at the Hebrew University/Hadassah Medical School
BFF-Bike for the Fight
Tom Peled (center) with kids from the Maccabiah Games
ICRF Funded Scientists
Ittai Ben-Porath, Ph.D. of Hadassah Medical School, and Jonathan Axelrod, Ph.D of the Hadassah Medical Organization (L-R)
ICRF Professor, Howard Cedar, M.D., Ph.D.
Hebrew University/Hadassah Medical School
ICRF Professor and Nobel Laureate, Avram Hershko, M.D., Ph.D.
Technion, Israel Institute of Technology
ICRF Professor, Israel Vlodavsky, Ph.D.
Technion, Israel Institute of Technology
ICRF New York Tower of Hope Gala, Most Successful Tower of Hope Gala in New York History Raises More than $1 Million!
Honorees Peter and Mary Max (center) with Leah Susskind, Chairman of ICRF's Israel Branch, and Brad Goldhar, President of ICRF, Inc.
BFF-Bike for the Fight
Tom Peled of Bike for the Fight and Eric Heffler, Executive Director of ICRF with the crowd at the BFF Finish Line in Times Square, NYC
ICRF Funded Scientists
Limor Broday, Ph.D. of Tel-Aviv University and Rachaela Popovtzer, Ph.D. of Bar-Ilan University (L-R)
ICRF New York Tower of Hope Gala
Honoree Dr. Yashar Hirshaut, President and Chairman Emeritus of ICRF, Inc. with Andrea Greene and Ariela and Charles Ben Dayan
ICRF Professor, Yosef Shiloh, Ph.D.
Tel-Aviv University
Barbara S. Goodman Scientific Awards & Donor Recognition Evening
Lisa and Isaac Oved (right) with Charles and Ariela Ben Dayan at the 2011 Barbara S. Goodman Scientific Awards & Donor Recognition Evening at The Jewish Museum in New York
ICRF New York Tower of Hope Gala
Ken Goodman, Chairman of ICRF, Inc., with Murray Feiss, and Diana Gould
Sandy & Jacob Rad Host Long Island Outreach Event
Jacob and Sandy Rad are presented with a token of ICRF's gratitude by Dr. Yashar Hirshaut, President and Chairman Emeritus of ICRF.
ICRF Professor & Nobel Laureate, Aaron Ciechanover, M.D., D.Sc.
Technion, Israel Institute of Technology
Evening of Inspiration in Deal, New Jersey
Lisa and Isaac Oved, Ariella and Charles Ben Dayan, and Samantha Harary
ICRF Professor, Yosef Yarden, Ph.D.
Weizmann Institute of Science
Evening of Inspiration in Deal, New Jersey
Ken Goodman, with Alice and Harry Adjmi
ICRF Funded Scientists
Ela Elyada, Ph.D. and Galia Blum, Ph.D. of Hadassah Medical School & Hava Gil-Henn, Ph.D. of Bar Ilan University (L-R)
ICRF Funded Scientists
Gal Markel, M.D., Ph.D, of Chaim Sheba Medical Center, and Ilan Volovitz, Ph.D. of Tel-Aviv Sourasky Medical Center (L-R)
ICRF FUNDED SCIENTIST AWARDED NOBEL PRIZE
Dr. Aaron Ciechanover of the Technion receiving the Nobel Prize in Chemistry

Israel Cancer Research Fund

Israel Cancer Research Fund is the largest nationwide charitable organization in North America solely devoted to supporting cancer research in Israel. Since its establishment in 1975, ICRF has provided more than 2,000 grants to outstanding cancer researchers whose laboratories are located in all of the leading research institutions, universities and hospitals across Israel.

With the 2014/2015 grants, ICRF's funding has now surpassed the $50 million mark!

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