Pew Supports 37 Outstanding Early Career Researchers

Pew Supports 37 Outstanding Early Career Researchers
Pew multimedia staff visit biomedical labs at The University of Pennsylvania, and the lab of 2012 Pew Biomedical Scholar Kathryn Wellen.© The Pew Charitable Trusts

The Pew Charitable Trusts announced today its 2015 class of biomedical scholars, Latin American fellows, and Pew-Stewart scholars for cancer research.

This class marks Pew’s 30th year supporting creative, curious scientists pursuing bold research in biomedical science. These 37 early-career researchers will receive funding to support their efforts and will join a community of more than 800 distinguished scientists dedicated to advancing human health.

Read the press releases announcing:

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