Dr. Daniel Jarosz appointed a 2017 Vallee Scholar
Dr. Daniel Jarosz, Assistant Professor of the Department of Chemical and Systems Biology, has been appointed a 2017 Vallee Scholar. Five early career scientists were chosen from a nominated pool of international early career researchers. The Vallee Foundation’s goal to fund originality, innovation and pioneering work recognizes the future promise of these scientists who are dedicated to understanding fundamental biological processes.
The Vallee Scholars Program recognizes outstanding early career scientists at a critical juncture in their careers. It provides $250,000 in discretionary funds for basic biomedical research. Candidates are competitively selected based on their originality, innovation, and quality of the proposal as evidenced by ideas and execution, record of accomplishment.
About the Vallee Foundation
The Vallee Foundation was established by Bert L and N Kuggie Vallee as their legacy to the advancement of medical science and medical education. The Foundation stimulates development of interdisciplinary sciences related to human health by promoting interaction between productive scientists worldwide. More information is available online: www.thevalleefoundation.org.
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