Tuesday, August 19, 2014
Doris Duke Charitable Foundation Announces More Than $8 Million in Grants to Strengthen the Clinical Research Pipeline
The Doris Duke Charitable Foundation announced the recipients of more than $8 million in grants through the Clinical Scientist Development Award and the Clinical Research Mentorship programs. Both programs aim to strengthen the clinical research field by providing opportunities that help advance the careers of young scientists.
“The Clinical Research Mentorships and Clinical Scientist Development Awards exemplify the foundation’s deep commitment to bolstering the field of clinical research by encouraging young people to enter research, and providing early career investigators with support as they make the critical shift into independent careers,” said Betsy Myers, program director of the Medical Research Program.