The NIH Common Fund Congratulates Three Grantee 2013 Nobel Laureates
Three NIH Common Fund Grantees were awarded Nobel Prizes last month. James E. Rothman, funded under the Molecular Libraries Program, and Thomas C. Südhof, funded under the Transformative Research Award Program, were two of three recipients of the 2013 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine. Michael Levitt, funded under the Nanomedicine Program, was one of three recipients of the 2013 Nobel Prize in Chemistry. Read more about the 2013 Nobel Prizes and Laureates here.
Read about James E. Rothman's Molecular Libraries funded research here.
Read about Thomas C. Südhof's Transformative Research Award project in collaboration with Marius Wernig here.
Read about Michael Levitt's collaborative Nanomedicine funded project here.
NEW! 2013 NIH Director’s Early Independence Award (EIA)!
The EIA initiative allows exceptional junior scientists to accelerate their transition to an independent research career by “skipping” the traditional postdoctoral training. The NIH Common Fund will be hosting an informational webinar about the NIH Director's Early Independence Award Program. The purpose of the webinar will be to introduce the program to prospective candidates, host institution officials, and interested mentors.
The NIH Common Fund is managed by the Office of Strategic Coordination, part of the Division of Program Coordination, Planning and Strategic Initiatives (DPCPSI).
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