Share the Science Webinar with Dr. Moshe Israeli: Finding a Matched Donor in the Global Village
Tuesday, March 14, 2017
Share the Science
Register for this webinar to hear Dr. Moshe Israeli, director of the tissue typing laboratory at Rabin Medical Center in Israel, discuss the fascinating clinical world of immunogenetics. During this hour-long event, Dr. Israeli will explain the challenges of finding a suitable matched donor and the new promise of using cord blood for transplant. From the point of view of the clinical team, he will address the complexity of worldwide global searches for suitable donors and will investigate whether the “global village” is helpful for patients.
- Comprehend the basics of immunogenetics and the challenges of tissue typing
- Understand the immunological challenge of stem cell transplant
- Learn about the process of donor search and cord-blood search
- Learn how today’s “global village” sets new challenges for the transplant community
Dr. Moshe Israeli serves as the director of the tissue typing laboratory of the Beilinson Hospital, Rabin Medical Center, in Israel. In his clinical duty, Dr. Israeli is responsible for all immuno-genetic diagnostic testing of all organ and stem cell transplants carried out by the Clalit Health Services organization in Israel. In addition he serves as the quality manager of the Bedomayich-Chayi public cord blood bank in Jerusalem.
Dr. Israeli has a PhD in transplant immunology from the Bar-Ilan University and has completed a postdoctoral fellowship in the Leiden University Medical Center in the Netherlands. He has presented lectures in multiple international meetings and has received several awards in his field of expertise, such as the J. Marilyn McQueen Award for outstanding scientists on behalf of the American Society for Histocompatibility and Immunogenetics (ASHI), The Wolf Foundation Scholarship for outstanding researchers, and others.
He has been a member of several international committees such as the ASHI EPT committee, World Marrow Donors Association Quality Assurance working group, and the standards and QA committee of the European Federation for Immunogenetics.
Dr. Israeli has published more than 23 scientific publications in leading international scientific journals. His research focus is in immunogenetic aspects of transplant immunology and population immunogenetics of the Israeli population.
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