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Article: "Why Israel is becoming a hub for Parkinson’s research"

April 5, 2021

From Jewish News Syndicate - "More than 40 scientists study molecular, genetic, physiological and genetic elements of Parkinson’s disease at Aufzien.

'We provide an organizational and funding umbrella so researchers and clinicians can work together and find solutions faster,' says co-director Professor Karen B. Avraham, a specialist in genetic deafness research and vice dean of Tel Aviv University’s school of medicine.

Giladi says Aufzien 'is quite a unique center combining the most advanced basic research at the university with clinical research at Tel Aviv Medical Center and community outreach through the Israel Parkinson Association to provide knowledge, awareness and country-based research.'"

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*Image used is from the original news article published by Jewish News Syndicate. Tubes at a laboratory at Hadassah Hebrew University Medical Center in Jerusalem. Photo by Flash90.
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