Mark your calendars! Morning of science will showcase the research of young clinician-scientists supported by Taubman Institute grants.
Talented, passionate physician-researchers with the vision and energy to solve complex medical puzzles should not be deterred for lack of funds. Thanks to the contributions of generous donors, who have pledged three years of funding for each scientist, the Taubman Institute is jump-starting the careers of 11 Emerging Scholars who combine their patient practice with cutting-edge research into cancer, neurological disorders and other complex diseases.
And on April 30, the first-ever Emerging Scholars Symposium will present a morning of science featuring presentations by six of our remarkable Emerging Scholars, who are seeking new discoveries and treatments in fields ranging from ovarian cancer to major depression.
The Emerging Scholars Symposium will run from 10 a.m. to noon in the Kahn Auditorium of the A. Alfred Taubman Biomedical Science Research Building at U-M. The symposium is open to the entire University of Michigan community and to the general public. No registration is required.