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Rockefeller University's Titia de Lange receives NIH Pioneer Award

...cts of aging and hereditary disorders." This years awardees were selected from among 840 initial applicants. The Pioneer Award is a key component of the NIH roadmap for Medical Research, a series of far-reaching initiatives designed to transform the nation's medical research and speed the movement of research...

Biologist to receive MacArthur grant for discovering species and revealing conservation needs

...licly on Tuesday, September 20th. The names of the awardees will be available on a password protected website on Friday, September 16 (info below). Awarded to talented individuals in a variety of fields who have shown exceptional originality in and dedication to their creative pursuits, MacArthur Fellows rece...

42 biomedical scientists worldwide named HHMI international research scholars

... Research in Melbourne, Australia. Half of the new awardees are first-time HHMI grant recipients. The other 21 are current HHMI international research scholars. The Institute also supports the work of outstanding scientists in the Baltics, Central and Eastern Europe, Russia and Ukraine and of another group fr...

UCLA engineering professor Jennifer Jay named recipient of Presidential Early Career Award

...nce in Los Angeles on June 18. "These Presidential awardees are the young people who will lead our nation's pr...al Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers awardees consist of six engineers including Jay, four computer and information scientists, four faculty in th...

Dr. Brenda Milner: 2005 Gairdner Award Winner

...nd 64 have gone on the win a Nobel prize. The 2005 awardees were recently announced at a Toronto luncheon and will receive their awards and $30,000 cash prizes at a gala dinner in October. Dr. Milner and Dr. Endel Tulving, from the University of Toronto, are among the six prominent scientists honoured with th...

Executive director Marcus Milling receives Pick and Gavel Award

... year in Congress with a member or committee. Past awardees include Senators Harry Reid and Pete Domenici (2004), Interior Secretary Gale A. Norton (2002) and National Science Foundation Director Rita Colwell (2000)....

NIH should take decisive steps to promote independence, originality

...r obtaining a fully independent research position, awardees could use the remaining funds for the next three to four years to grow their projects and develop professionally, the report says. The award would have uniform requirements and conditions across all NIH institutes, and it would not be limited to in-...

APS awards $63,000 in travel fellowships to minority scientists

...ority students in the physiological sciences. All awardees receive funds for transportation, meals, lodging and complimentary meeting registration. IUPS 2005 will be held from March 31 April 5 in San Diego, Ca. In addition to attending the meeting, each fellow is paired with an APS member who will serve ...

Fred Hutchinson announces 2005 Harold M. Weintraub Graduate Student Awardees

...osium will include scientific presentations by the awardees as well as poster presentations by Fred Hutchinson.... Editor's note: A complete list of 2005 Weintraub awardees follows. To receive a faxed research summary and CV of any of the recipients, please contact Kristen...

Fritz Lipmann lecture will look at enzyme biosynthesis of peptide natural products

... friends and colleagues of Fritz Lipmann. Previous awardees include Roddrick MacKinnon, Ulrich Hartl, James E. Rothman, Helmut Beinert, and Wayne A. Hendrickson. The recipient of the award receives a stipend and a plaque. In addition, they are reimbursed for all travel, hotel accommodations, meals, and expens...

AACR recognizes women in cancer research

...herself succumbed to cancer in 1994. This year's awardees attended the following AACR Conferences: The 95th Annual Meeting, March 27-31, Orlando, Fla.; Advances in Proteomics in Cancer Research, October 6-10, Key Biscayne, Fla.; Frontiers in Cancer Prevention Research, October 16-20, Seattle, Wash.; The Ro...

UGA partners with U of Pennsylvania for bio-defense and infectious disease research project

...l going. That's a huge effort." The other NIAID awardees are developing databases that provide access to information about pathogens and vectors such as bacteria that cause anthrax, plague, and water and food-borne diseases; viruses that cause rabies, Ebola and influenza; and vectors such as mosquitoes. ...

Horwitz Prize to be shared by Tony Hunter, Anthony Pawson

...ug therapies that halt the spread of cancer. The awardees are Tony Hunter, American Cancer Society professor of molecular and cell biology at the Salk Institute for Biological Studies in San Diego, and Anthony Pawson, senior investigator and director of research at the Samuel Lunenfeld Research Institute of...

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