Four weekly lectures were held this year by Zoom, in Hebrew, followed by the same lecture in English.
Below are short descriptions of each lecture with links to the lecture recordings.
Nov. 9th: Dr. Tamar Sela
Director of the Marlene Greenbaum Diagnostic Breast Imaging Center, Hadassah Hospital Ein Kerem
Dr. Sela spoke about the Center which includes a team of physicians, including oncologists, surgeons, pathologists, and radiologists. She has a special interest
in breast MRI for high-risk women, especially those who are BRCA gene carriers. She is dedicated to improving the diagnosis and clinical care of breast cancer patients, as well as advancing research in this field.
Nov. 16th: Professor Tamir Ben Hur
Chair of the Brain Division of Hadassah Hebrew University Medical Center
Prof. Ben Hur's clinical interests are in general Neurology and Neuro-immunology. His scientific research focuses mainly on the therapeutic properties of stem cells. His lecture on Alzheimer's and the latest research and treatment available was very informative.
Nov. 23rd: Dr. Donna Zfat
Director of the Linda Joy Pollin Cardiovascular Center for Women
The Center works to prevent heart disease and to promote women's heart health, health equity, and well-being. She spoke of the warning signs, and how we can reduce and prevent heart disease.
Nov. 30th: Dr. Itay Lavy
Senior Ophthalmologist and Surgeon at Hadassah Hospital
Dr. Lavy is one of Israel's leading Cornea specialists. His lecture gave us insight into a look at Corneal transplantation/surgery. He spoke, after the lecture, about the Eye Bank at Hadassah Hospital.