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Photo (above right): From the lab of 2008 Pew Scholar Holger Sondermann. Structure of a c-di-GMP-inhibited signaling switch that controls community behavior in Pseudomonas.
A letter of invitation and application instructions has been sent to the leaders and offices of sponsored research of the institutions invited to nominate a candidate for the 2014 application. Institutions are expected to complete a comprehensive internal selection process in order to identify and select one nominee.
Every application will be reviewed by the Program's National Advisory Committee. The Committee will make their recommendation to the Board of Directors of The Pew Charitable Trusts in April. Candidates will be notified by April 15 if they have been recommended to the Pew Board. A public announcement of the award will be made in June. Grant agreements will be issued to the institutions of each year’s Pew Scholars in August of their award year.
Written or verbal critiques of unsuccessful applications are not provided.
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