Hebrew University Alumni at the Front Lines: Combatting COVID-19 Worldwide

The Hebrew University-Hadassah Braun School of Public Health and Community Medicine’s International Master of Public Health (IMPH) currently has over 900 alumni worldwide, and maintains an active alumni network.

The Urban Clinic: A Town Square

Luisa Venancio is a PhD student in urban and regional studies, as well as a staff member of the Urban Clinic. She studied architecture and planning in her native Brazil, before moving to France to study for a master’s degree, where she remained to work in humanitarian architecture, including planning post-disaster, low-cost, and cooperative housing. 

Solomon Oguche, Bio-Medical Sciences

Preparing for a Career in Protein Engineering Solomon Oguche grew up in north central Nigera and earned a bachelor’s degree in biochemistry from the University of Jos. He first experienced the joy of laboratory work during his fourth year of studies, when he was required to undertake a research project. 

Downgrading Covid-19’s Threat to that of the Common Cold?

Promising Hebrew University - Mount Sinai Research Shows Coronavirus Causes Lungs to Accumulate Fat; Cholesterol-Lowering Drug May Hold Key to Stopping COVID-19 in its Tracks. 

Community Development: Theory Meets Practice

Meet Jean Claude Muhire, Glocal Alum (2014/15)Jean Claude Muhire was born in the Democratic Republic of Congo, to Rwandan parents who fled the 1959 ethnic violence. His father teaches primary school, while his mother raised Jean Claude along with his five siblings. When he was seven, his family returned to Rwanda. 

HUJI Innovate OPEN: IVY Pitch

August 2020