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July 08, 1983 - Image 45

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-07-08

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Friday, July 8, 1983

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Zuroffs Aid Bar-Han Research

Extensive medical re- economy and the immense
search being conducted by costs involved in its expan-
the Life Sciences Depart- sion, Bar-Ilan's Department
ment at Bar-Ilan Univer- of Life Sciences has experi-
sity was recently enced impressive growth
strengthened by a gift made over the past 10 years, par-
by Dr. and Mrs. Arnold ticularly in the area of
Zuroff. This was announced sophisticated medical re-
by Dr. Leon Fill, vice search conducted in cooper-
president of the university's ation with Tel Aviv's lead-
American Board of Over- ing hospitals. Several areas
seers and a member of its of human disease have been
Global Board of Trustees.
isolated and have been sub-
Despite both the difficult jects of intense research.
situation
of
Israel's
While visiting the Bar-

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son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving
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has received his doctor of
medicine degree from
Hahnemann University
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Philadelphia.
* * *
Anita Anne Leet,
daughter of former De-
troiters Mr. and Mrs. Be-
nson (Shirley) Leet of
Omaha, Neb., has
graduated from the New
England Institute of
THE ZUROFFS
Applied Arts and Sciences
Ilan campus during the in Boston with an associate
summer of 1980, the degree in funeral practices.
* * *
Zuroffs, along with their
Judith
Hoffman,
teenage son, Jerome, visited daughter of Dr. and Mrs.
the laboratory of Dr. Joseph Louis (Florence) Hoffman
Kedem. Kedem, originally of Huntington Woods,
of Chicago, has been con- and Mark Kopel, son of Mr.
ducting advanced car-
and Mrs. Martin (Thelma)
diovascular research at
Kopel of West Bloomfield,
Bar-Ilan for a number of
have graduated from
years.
Michigan State University
The Zuroffs were im-
with the degree of doctor of
pressed by this research,
osteopathy.
and this connection was
* * *
strengthened by an invi-
Victor Jon Colman, son
tation to Jerome to spend
the summer working in
Dr. Kedem's laboratory.
The strong personal and
professional impressions
gained from these ex-
periences led the Zuroffs
to make their gift in sup-
port of Kedem's work.
For information concern-
ing Bar-Ilan University's
medical research, call the
university's local office,
398-7180.

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School.
* * *
Evelyn Pelavin and
Rose Zuckerman of Oak
Park, and Rita Daniels and
Mildred Chandler of De-
troit, recently attended the
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sponsored by the Coopera-
tive Extension Service of

Michigan State University.
* * *
Ori Lev, a seventh grader
at Birney Middle School,
Southfield, received an
award for excellence in the
1983 Midwest Talent
Search contest. He also re-
ceived an award, for the sec-
ond consecutive year, in the
Michigan Mathematics
Prize competition where he
placed among the top 10.

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Rona Burstein.

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Florence Sue Hochberg
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daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
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Rapids. Her husband is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard
Schwartz of Youngstown,
Ohio.
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girl Elyse Kaye, brides-
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Sharon Schwartz.
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