Supporting career development of physician-scientists
A blend of resources, mentorship and programs encourages research pursuits at all career stages
NIH-funded program encourages early-career doctors to pursue research
Researchers at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis have received a grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to support training and mentorship for early-career physician-scientists. This relatively new funding opportunity — called Stimulating Access to Research During Residency (StARR) — will provide support for early-career physicians pursuing careers in cancer research.
The Division of Physician-Scientists at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis has named its 2023 Dean’s Scholars. The awardees will receive up to two years of financial support and mentorship, as well as dedicated lab time to conduct scientific research. The five physicians are: Amit Bery, Lila Nolan, Brandon Tan, Andrew Roth and Marilia Pinzone.
Gastroenterologist is internationally regarded expert on inflammatory bowel diseases
Molecular cancer epidemiologist noted for pioneering research on breast cancer