Investigators that are awarded this long-term, stable support are those whose research competence and productivity are distinctly superior. Investigators that receive this award are chosen because they are likely to continue to perform in this outstanding manor.
James M. Berger receives a three-year grant from The G. Harold and Leila Y. Mathers Foundation for his project: “Imaging the Un-Imageable: A New Approach to Revealing the Molecular Form of Dynamic Biologic Nanomachines”.
Xinxing Yang, from Jie Xiao’s laboratory, was selected to receive the Paul Ehrlich Research Award. He will be recognized at the Young Investigators’ Day Program on May 9, 2017, from 3-5pm in the Mountcastle Auditorium, at the Johns Hopkins University, […]
Meeting Date: Saturday, April 8, 2017 Meeting Website: http://www.cbasmb.org This meeting is to bring single molecule biologists in the greater Baltimore-Washington area together, to encourage scientific exchange and dissemination among the community, and to engage young scientists including post-docs and […]