IPMP Recent News
Healing the World with Precision
This article in the Jerusalem Post highlights four of the 16 research projects selected for the second cycle of funding by the Israel Precision Medicine Project. 
Jerusalem Post Exclusive
Millions in Funding for Israeli Precision Medicine Projects
Multidisciplinary projects, including studies on autism, cancers and trauma, get NIS 60 million ($17 million) in grants from Israel Precision Medicine Partnership initiative.

Times of Israel Coverage
Prof. Yuval Dor Presents 2020 Selections
In this Jerusalem Press Club webinar, Prof. Yuval Dor, Head of the Life Sciences and Medicine Division at the Israel Science Foundation, presents the 16 winning research proposals selected by the Israel Precision Medicine Partnership (IPMP). 

IPMP Announces Winning Proposals to Receive NIS 60 Million in Grants
The Israel Precision Medicine Partnership (IPMP) has announced the 14 winning research proposals that will comprise its inaugural cohort. NIS 60 million will be awarded during the current grant cycle to enable the expansion of personalized precision medicine in Israel and to facilitate medical breakthroughs for the benefit of mankind. 
2019 Winners
Israel Precision Medicine Partnership (IPMP) Announces Request for Research Proposals
The IPMP requests proposals for research in the area of precision medicine that will lead to a deeper understanding of human disease and will advance the implementation of new healthcare approaches. Winners will be chosen by an international selection committee according to the criteria outlined below.  
Israel Invests NIS 60 Million in Precision Medicine Research
Comprised of 14 multidisciplinary teams, the first cohort of the Israel Precision Medicine Partnership (IPMP) received NIS 60 million to advance novel approaches to medical challenges. Nobel laureate and Chair of the international IPMP Selection Committee, Professor Roger Kornberg, discussed the project in a special interview with The Jerusalem Post, in which he emphasized Israel’s enormous relative advantage due to the vast scope and high reliability of its databases.