The Dangoor Centre For Personalized Medicine Granted 14 Research Grants: 4 STEM and 10 Humanities on the Subject of COVID-19.

Warm Congratulations to Winners!

Dr. Sivan Agon Shlomo, Law

INTERNATIONAL LAW AND (NON-)COOPERATION IN TIMES OF A GLOBAL PANDEMIC: WHAT WENT WRONG? WHAT CAN BE DONE?

Prof. Orly Shapira, Education

The COVID-19 pandemic challenges: Toward teachers’ training model for equitable education

Dr. Zohr Maor, General History

“A Wall Between Us”: Social Distancing and its Hazards, Weimar and Now

Prof. Liat Kulik, Social Work

Family-work system: Working from home during the corona pandemic

Dr. Miriam Marcowitz-Bitton & Dr. Kaplan Yotam, Law

Patents and the Covid-19 Crisis

Prof. Danny Horesh & Prof. IlanitHasson-Ohayon, Psychology

The long-term mental health implications of COVID-19 pandemic in Israel: A prospective examination of risk factors and underlying psychological

Dr. Rena Bina & Dr. Drorit Levy, Social Work

Covid-19 Pandemic on Peripartum Mental Health (RiseupPPD-Covid): protocol for an observational study

Dr. David Anaki, Psychology

Masked communications

Prof. Aharony Noa, Information

The Role and Use of Social Media Platforms for Government Information during the Covid-19 Outbreak in Israel

Prof. Adi-Japha Esther, Education

Sad but Happy in Corona Times: The Investigation of a Mixed Emotion Intervention in Preschool Children

Dr. Amos Danielli, Engineering

Developing a rapid and highly sensitive and specific virus-detection platform

Prof. Doron Gerber & Prof. Erez Levanon , Life Sciences:

Anti-SARS strategy directed at inhibiting viral fusion in the respiratory system

Dr. Meital Gal-Tanamy & Dr. Moshe Dessau ,Medicine

High-throughput screen for identifying novel viral entry inhibitors against the SARS CoV-2.

Prof. Ronit Sarid, Life Sciences:

Development and testing of measures to neutralize, protect and treat the infection with SARS-CoV2.

Welcome to The Dangoor Centre for Personalized Medicine

Welcome to The Dangoor Centre for Personalized Medicine located at Bar-Ilan University, which is spearheading the research and application of personalized medicine through:

  • Advanced Technology
  • Big-data Analysis, and
  • Translational Research Protocol
The Dangoor Centre For Personalized Medicine

Our Mission

Having been operating for more than a year now, the Centre’s mission is to become a gateway to the healthcare community.

Our website focuses on promoting awareness, understanding, and application of Personalized Medicine by healthcare professionals. Our goal is to offer accurate and relevant data that serves as a platform for forging relationships between researchers and physicians, and promoting collaboration.

The Dangoor Centre’s website is not only a portal for information on Personalized Medicine, but also an interactive platform through which members can access Research Articles and Case Studies.

Most important of all is the fact that physicians can submit a request for a Case Review and receive guidance in applying PM from Bar-Ilan University researchers.

The site also serves as a database of applied research and activities related to personalized medicine.

What is Personalized Medicine?

Personalized Medicine is the selection of a course of treatment based on an analysis of the patient’s genetic and epigenetic history, and the genetic footprint of the disease that he/she is fighting. Often, patients are genetically predisposed to respond more favorably to one of several treatment options. Taking genetic data into consideration can often result in better treatment choice, and a better outcome.

It is an open secret that we cannot think about cure until and unless the medicine prescribed is a personalized one. Which is why we need The Dangoor Centre for Personalized Medicine, a platform that helps in enriching the knowledge of those related to the medical research field, be it the doctors, researchers or students. Contact us to learn more.