11 Israeli Projects Receive Millions in Funding for Personalized Medicine Research
This writeup, from The Times of Israel, highlights the breadth of the projects chosen and the promise and possibility of precision medicine.

“A partnership created to boost precision medicine research in Israel has chosen 11 multidisciplinary projects that will together get some NIS 32 million ($9.9 million) in funding to promote a variety of studies. These include the use of advanced algorithms and artificial intelligence for treating breast cancer and Crohn’s disease, genomic sequencing and analysis for the discovery of new disease genes, and treatments for rare disorders, and advanced machine learning image analysis to profile different cancers.” For the full article, click here.