The Dan David Prize is an international prize which annually awards three prizes of US$ 1 million each for outstanding scientific, technological, cultural, and social achievements having an impact on our world. Each year fields are chosen within the three Time Dimensions - Past, Present, and Future.
May Is Upon Us
Ceremony and Events with the
2018 Dan David Prize Laureates
"THE 2018 LAUREATES' CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE FIELD OF BIOETHICS"
Wednesday, May 8, 2018, 16:00-18:30
George S. Wise Senate Building Raya and Josef Jaglom Auditorium
Tel-Aviv University Open to the Public
Congratulations to the
2018 Scholarship Recipients
PAST - History of Science
ARBEL Tal Tel Aviv University, Cohn Institute for History and Philosophy of Science and Ideas "Polling for Peace: Survey Measurement and the Postwar International Order"
HUANG Lily University of Chicago, Morris Fishbein Center for the History of Science and Medicine "Metaphor & Metaphysic: Henri Bergson & the Language of Epistemology in Finde-Siècle France"
LEV-HALUTZ Rosie Tel Aviv University, Cohn Institute for History and Philosophy of Science and Ideas "The British Development of non-Euclidean Geometry (19th Century)"
SCHRIRE Ray The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Department of History "Learning to Think in Shakespeare's and Locke's time: A Cognitive History of GrammarSchools on the Threshold of Modernity"
SEGEV Ran Tel Aviv University, Cohn Institute for History and Philosophy of Science and Ideas "Ethnography and Comparative Religion in the Early Modern Atlantic"
STEMEROFF Noah Tel Aviv University, Cohn Institute for History and Philosophy of Science and Ideas "The Construction of Representation: A Study of the Constitutive Role of the Calculus inthe Representation of Space, Time, and Motion"
ZHAO Wenrui Columbia University, Department of History "Dissecting Sight: Eye Surgery and Vision in Early Modern Europe"
PRESENT - Bioethics
CAVALIERE Giulia King's College London, Department of Global Health and Social Medicine "Preimplantation genetic diagnosis: a social moral epistemology approach"
LEHNER Lisa Cornell University, Department of Science & Technology Studies "Living With and Without: On the Experience and the Global Politics of Curing Hepatitis C"
OWENS Kellie University of Pennsylvania, Department of Medical Ethics and Health Policy "Managing Risk in Genetic Testing for Inherited Cardiac Disease"
SHALEV Guy Tel Aviv University, Department of Sociology and Anthropology "Medicine in the Borderlands: Medical Ethics, Professional Politics, and NationalConflict in the Israeli Health System"
SHMUELY Shira Tel Aviv University, Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics "The Era of the Ape: From Reducing Pain to Protecting Rights"
SUDAI Maayan Harvard University, Law School "Law, Science and Patient Movements: The Global Intersex Rights Movement andthe Politics of Knowledge"
FUTURE - Personalized Medicine
DOUGLASS Jacqueline Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Department of Cellular and Molecular Medicine "Generation of MANAbodies Targeting HLA-Presented Mutant Peptides Derivedfrom Common Oncoproteins"
EDRI Reuven Tel-Aviv University, Department of Molecular Microbiology and Biotechnology "Engineering Personalized Tissue Implants for Regenerative Medicine"
HODIS Eran Harvard University, Department of Biophysics "Genomic Advances Toward Melanoma Precision Medicine"
NEUFELD Lena Tel Aviv University, Department of Physiology and Pharmacology "Design and Characterization of 3D-printed Models of Cancer for Personalized Therapy"
VEIGA Nuphar Tel Aviv University, Department of Cell Research and Immunology "Universal Platform for Targeted Therapeutics: Targeted Lipid Based Nanoparticlesfor RNA-based Therapeutics"
YAARI Zvi Technion, The Wolfson Department of Chemical Engineering "Developing Barcoded Nanotherapeutics for Treating Metastatic Cancer"
ZEEVI David The Rockefeller University, Center for Studies in Physics and Biology "Personalized Treatments Based on sub-Genomic Variation in the Gut Microbiome"