To advance discovery in human health, the Pew Scholars Program in the Biomedical Sciences sparks innovation by providing support to some of the most promising young scientists. The program encourages early-career researchers to take calculated risks, which can lead to important medical breakthroughs. Pew is proud to introduce its 2011 class. These 22 new scholars will join a select community that includes MacArthur Fellows, recipients of the Albert Lasker Medical Research Award and three Nobel Prize winners. For more information please visit: www.PewScholars.org.
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