Objective of the Center
The Aerospace Medicine Research Center conducts research in space and aviation medicine, holds seminars and symposia on issues related to the field and endeavors to forge ties and cooperation with various space agencies the world over. The Center also develops ties with similar research bodies in air forces around the world, with academic institutions in the field and with the civil medical aviation authorities in Israel and around the world.
About The Center
The Aerospace Medicine Research Center at The
The Israeli Aerospace Medicine Institute (IAMI) was established in 1993, More than a decade ago, as an independent and not affiliates to the Israel Space Agency. IAMI’s former director was Dr. Milton Gordon, one of
The research conducted in
In its first year of existence the center have published several papers in various subjects of Aviation and Aerospace Medicine, and presented them in important scientific meetings. Since then the center has gained recognition and has formed alliances beyond the Israel Space Agency with NASA, the European Space Agency, the Russian Space Agency, and the Japanese and Chinese Space Agencies. Bonds have also been tied with Air Forces and academic institutions in the field, as the
The center researchers come from fields as medicine, biology, life sciences, bio-medical engineering, para-medical and aviation as well professional pilots and aerospace industry executives positions. The center is a wonderful example of the fertile cooperation that can exist among researchers and industries who come from different backgrounds to work together on the complex projects that are launched to space.
- Golden Hour
- Night Vision
- Long Duration Operational Flights
- Air ambulance
- Advanced Life Support
- Contingency Response Technologies
- Advanced Life Monitoring
- Crew management