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Renowned Hadassah Physicians Receive Further Recognition


Prof. David Branski
Prof. Meir Liebergall

Prof. David Branski, Hadassah Medical Center Pediatrician and former head of the Pediatrics Division, is this year's recipient of the European Society for Pediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology, and Nutrition's "Distinguished Service Award," presented at the association's annual meeting.

Prof. Branski was recognized for his lifetime accomplishments in the field of pediatric gastroenterology, "particularly for the great contribution given to the development of the specialty in Israel."

Prof. Meir (Iri) Liebergall, head of Orthopedic Surgery at Hadassah, was the guest speaker at a workshop hosted by the Italian Society of Muscles, Ligaments, and Tendons. He presented Hadassah's unique experience in employing stem cells to regenerate ligament and tendon tissue.

Date: 5/1/2013


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