Following in famous footsteps
DMS researcher James Moseley, Ph.D., is one of 22 scientists nationwide recently named a Pew Scholar in the Biomedical Sciences. This prestigious early-career award provides Moseley with $240,000 in unrestricted funding over the next four years to pursue his research in cell biology. Moseley is following in the footsteps of a number of accomplished scientists. Previous Pew Scholars have gone on to win MacArthur fellowships, Albert Lasker Medical Research Awards, and three Nobel Prizes. Learn more about the Pew Scholar program by watching the video below.
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