The paper “Diagnosis and Classification of 17 Diseases from 1404 Subjects via Pattern Analysis of Exhaled Molecules” received the #2 most read paper in December 2016 and the list of top-10 of 2016, with more than 13,000 views, in less than 9 days since its publication.
A research breakthrough in Technion Chemical Engineering Prof. Hossam Haick’s lab can lead to artificial skin that senses touch.
Prof. Hossam Haick is heading a research consortium that is developing a product that, when coupled with a smartphone, will be able to screen the user’s breath for early detection of life-threatening diseases.
The prize was given for the research ” FeelIT- High Resolution Touch Sensing Smart Patches”.
The award is given to prominent researchers who have significantly influenced their fields of study, provided they maintain some type of cooperation with research institutes in Germany. It is granted in recognition of a researcher’s achievements as a whole – discoveries, theories, and insights.
Prof. Haick received the award for his tremendous contribution to the diagnosis of diseases through innovative markers that he discovered in his research at Technion. These are markers that are present in the breath and skin.
The prize was given for creative management in the 21st Century High Technology. The prize is conferred for the FeelIT Project that is being transformed from basic research to products, solutions and/or processes that can compete in global markets.
The list includes honorees from 37 countries and sorts them by six categories: health; earth; justice & equality; spaces; information; and stories. This recognition is in honors of the efforts of Prof. Haick to deliver non-invasive diagnostic tools that can contribute for better health being at affordable cost, both in the developed and developing countries.
The Carlsberg Foundation supports excellent basic research within the fields of natural science, the humanities and social science.
The paper of Dr. Haitham Amal in Gut has been recommended in F1000Prime as being of special significance in its field by F1000 Faculty Member Jean Marie Houghton
The Baroness Ariane de Rothschild Women Doctoral Program aspires to promote gender equality in Israeli society and academia by supporting highly motivated and talented women of various backgrounds and different fields.