Grant Recipients

ICRF has provided more than $72 million to support nearly 2,500 grants to outstanding Israel based cancer researchers. Many of our awardees are responsible for major cancer research breakthroughs.

Recipient(s)YearInstitutionName of GrantFocus
Michal Brunwasser-Meirom, PhD 2019 – 2022 Technion, Israel Institute of Technology Postdoctoral Fellowship Experimental Therapeutics
Lina Jaber, PhD 2019 – 2022 Hebrew University of Jerusalem Postdoctoral Fellowship Metabolism and Cancer, Pancreatic Cancer
Lirin Michaeli, PhD 2019 – 2022 Tel Aviv University Postdoctoral Fellowship Cancer Treatment, Experimental Therapeutics, Proteomics and Protein Structures
Ofer Mandelboim, PhD 2018 – 2025 Hebrew University of Jerusalem Research Professorship Grant Immunology and Immunotherapy
Ronit Satchi-Fainaro, PhD 2018 – 2025 Tel Aviv University Research Professorship Grant Brain Cancer, Breast Cancer, Cancer Metastasis, Immunology and Immunotherapy, Lung Cancer, Nanotechnology
Ronen Alon, PhD 2019 – 2022 Weizmann Institute of Science Project Grant
Irit Ben Aharon, MD, PhD 2019 – 2022 Rambam Health Care Campus Project Grant Cancer and Pregnancy, Chemotherapy, Experimental Therapeutics
Neta Erez, PhD 2019 – 2022 Tel Aviv University Project Grant Animal Modes of Cancer, Breast Cancer, Cancer Metastasis, Clinical and Translational Research, Immunology and Immunotherapy, Lung Cancer, Model Organisms
Avi-Hai Hovav, PhD 2019 – 2022 Hebrew University of Jerusalem Project Grant Animal Modes of Cancer, Carcinomas, Immunology and Immunotherapy, Oral Cancer
Tomer Kalisky, PhD 2019 – 2022 Bar-Ilan University Project Grant Genetics and Genomics, Renal Cancer