• Julia Carrasco Zanini Sánchez

    Julia Carrasco Zanini Sánchez

    “I think that one of the best ways to learn is by conducting scientific research. It makes you aware that scientific knowledge is dynamic and constantly advancing.”

  • Nguyen Thu Trang

    Nguyen Thu Trang

    “I knew working in a scientifically prestigious university like Kyoto would provide me experience, knowledge, and connections needed for my future career.”

  • Hlib Razumkov

    Hlib Razumkov

    “I saw people putting their soul into their projects and generating new ideas every single day. They were passionate about their projects and didn’t just work; they did something they enjoyed.”

  • Hiroki Fukuda

    Hiroki Fukuda

    “I have come to realize that I have many colleagues with which to work, as well as lots of goals toward which I can work outside of Kyoto University.”

  • Alex B. Munster

    Alex B. Munster

    “The freedom, trust and respect my supervisor and lab colleagues showed toward me allowed me to flourish on my own, and has suitably prepared me for PhD life after I graduate–and my future career as a physician scientist.”

  • Anh Cao Vu Quynh

    Anh Cao Vu Quynh

    “At my [home] university, all of my research was paper-based, so I had never been in a lab before. That’s why this experience with the Amgen Scholars Program was a great opportunity for me.”

  • Arvind Kumar

    Arvind Kumar

    “Although I had research experience in statistics and epidemiology, the Amgen Scholars Program gave me my first hands-on bench experience.”

  • Jenny Lai

    Jenny Lai

    “Conducting research at The University of Tokyo as an Amgen Scholar has had a tremendous impact on my future.”

  • Carly O’Connor

    Carly O’Connor

    “What really cemented the Amgen Scholars Program for me was the availability of a project in women’s health that perfectly aligned with my interests, and the opportunity to study in Japan.”