Prof. Manor is the Chairman of the Board of the Israel National Institute for Health Policy Research, since 2014, and a Professor of Biostatistics at the Braun School of Public Health and Community Medicine of the Hebrew University-Hadassah Medical Organization in Jerusalem. Prof. Manor is a former Director of the School.
Prof. Manor received her first and second degrees in Statistics from the Hebrew University and her PhD in Statistics from Stockholm University.
Prof. Manor led the Israel National Program for Quality Indicators in Community Healthcare (QICH) during the years 2010-2017. Prof. Manor is the founder of the Israel Longitudinal Mortality Studies. Prof. Manor’s research interests include quality of care, health inequalities, the developmental origin of adult disease and methodological issues associated with longitudinal studies. In 2012, Prof. Manor was the recipient of The Hebrew University Rector’s award for outstanding faculty member. Prof. Manor was a visiting professor in numerous institutions including Stockholm University and Geneva University Hospital. See also Prof. Manor’s Lancet Profile https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0140673617311972?via%3Dihub