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Born and raised in Haifa, Maayan is one of three children of first-generation Moroccan
Ester flew to Germany in February to promote her research in finding new energy sources
Our Jerusalem coordinators enjoyed a fun day out by a park near the Independence
ISEF students from Haifa and the Jezreel Valley met for a midterm training seminar
Rotem started her journey in ISEF as a student, worked as the director of the doctoral program
Adir Balali, an ISEF graduate from Nahariya, is the only Israeli civil engineer working on the world’s largest tunnel project
EXOCD24, currently in phase I clinical trial at Tel Aviv’s Sourasky Medical Center, has enabled 100%…
ISEF’s outstanding fellows usually come together for an award ceremony at the end of the academic year.
Tamar Laytman, a fifth-year medical student, is a shining example of the many ISEF scholars ‘answering the call’. She shared a video clip while volunteering…
Professor Ronni Gamzu is a shining example of how ISEF scholars from immigrant backgrounds become leaders and doers.
ISEF recently interviewed Dr. Yitschak Biton , ISEF alumnus and senior cardiologist specializing in interventional electrophysiology at Hadassah Ein Kerem Hospital, Jerusalem.
ISEF has 53 Ph.D. and M.D. candidates studying everything from bioengineering better seeds to establishing free legal clinics. These future leaders come from immigrant backgrounds, Ethiopia to Ukraine, Morocco to Uzbekistan, most from families where no one ever went to college, let alone got a Ph.D.,
ISEF’s 42nd Anniversary Benefit Dinner on May 9, 2019 was truly a don’t-miss event! The room was filled with youthful energy and genuine passion for educating Israel’s next generation. We hope to see you at our next gala evening!