Global Survey of 4,000 Coronavirus Patients Supports Link Between COVID-19 and Loss of Smell and Taste
Chaja Katzman is a second-year student of Bio-Medical Sciences at the Hebrew University. She immigrated to Israel from the Netherlands three years ago, after volunteering in Jerusalem’s Shaare Zedek Medical Center for a year.
New Delivery for Antibiotics Arms Medicine in the Fight against Antibiotic Resistance and COVID-19Researchers at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem have developed an injectable antibiotic with a new mode of action, which could have a significant impact on the morbidity rate for pandemics such as COVID-19, Yissum, the technology transfer company of the Hebrew University announced today.
Meet Aviad HarelAviad Harel grew up in an ultra-Orthodox family in Jerusalem. He studied at yeshivas, which focused solely on Judaic subjects – with barely any math, science, or English. At the age of 18, he decided to leave the ultra-Orthodox world. Like an infant, everything was new: social norms, popular culture, how to dress, how to speak, etc.
Keren Zohar is an undergraduate student of Business Administration and Japanese. She grew up in the coastal town of Hadera, south of Haifa. She has a twin brother who is autistic and a younger sister. Family finances were always tight, partially due to the high cost of her brother’s care, her parents’ separation, and her mother’s bankruptcy. Thus, Keren began working at a very young age.