A collaboration between Lema'anchem organization and the University of Ariel
At the first working meeting, extensive collaborations were agreed upon.
: Lema'anchem organization
A successful work meeting took place in the University of Ariel as a part of a new meaningful collaboration that that is happening between the university and Lema'anchem organization.
In the meeting, attended by the representatives of the university of Ariel, prof. Shay Ashkenazi, the dean of the university medical school, Prof. Ahuva Gulik, a former department manager in Asaf Harofe hospital and an epidemiology and medicine and side effects researcher, and Prof. Michael firer from the department of chemical engineering and manager of the cancer research center in Ariel university.
This collaboration will enrich the Lema'anchem organization "knowledge in the main subjects studied by the university like cancer research and breakthroughs in the fields of biologic treatment and so forth.
In the new complex built in the university, there are 3 floors dedicated to physiotherapy, communication disorders and occupational therapy. In the collaboration hetero Lema'anchem organization and the university, the university will offer treatments on demand, to hundreds of children with physical disabilities from Meshi School in Bnei Brak.
Furthermore, in the meeting was presented the university's unique first aid simulation center. In this center, in the future university first aid workshops will take place, for the parents of the children from Meshi school in Bnei Brak the will be suited for each family.
During the meeting, the chairman of the organization, Rabbi Yossi Erblich, presented the researchers of the university a white paper written by the heads of Weizmann Institute of science in a collaboration with the organization in which there is a presentation of the correct conduct in the war against the Corona virus.
In the end of the meeting the president of Lema'anchem organization Prof Yosef Perets and the chairman of the organization, Rabbi Yossi Erblich thanked Prof. Ashkenazi for the visit, for the willing to help and for the collaboration that is still waiting to occur.