Bracha Ramot

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Bracha Ramot, born in 1927 in Lithuania, was a specialist in internal medicine and hematology. She made major contributions to the development of hematology in Israel and to research on the genetic differences of Jewish ethnic communities in Israel. As a hematologist, Ramot devoted much of her time and efforts to research on the environmental and genetical factors that influence hematological conditions, especially leukemias and lymphomas (malignant diseases of the lymphatic tissues). In the last twenty years of her work as a researcher Ramot dedicated most of her time and efforts to studying Hodgkin’s Disease type of lymphoma. Ramot, who overcame various obstacles and challenges in her personal life, was awarded the Israel Prize for Medical Sciences in 2001.

Bracha Ramot, a specialist in internal medicine and hematology, made major contributions to the development of hematology in Israel and to research on the genetic differences of Jewish ethnic communities in Israel. Ramot, who overcame various obstacles and challenges in her personal life, was awarded the Israel Prize for Medical Sciences in 2001.
اللغة الأصليةإنجليزيّة أمريكيّة
عنوان منشور المضيفJewish Women – A Comprehensive Historical Encyclopedia
المحررونPaula Hyman, Dalia Ofer
مكان النشرJeruslaem
ناشرShalvi Publishing
حالة النشرنُشِر - 2006

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