Insistent for Progress: 2007 Scholar Elisabeth Krow-Lucal’s Commitment to Human Health

Insistent for progress: 2007 Scholar Elisabeth Krow-Lucal’s commitment to human health

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When Elisabeth Krow-Lucal started college at the University of California, San Diego in 2005, she thought, “Wouldn’t it be so cool to work in a lab that studies the bubonic plague or another infectious disease that changed the course of history?”

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With Hundreds More in Pipeline, the First Amgen Scholars are Completing Their Ph.D.s

With Hundreds More in Pipeline, the First Amgen Scholars are Completing Their Ph.D.s

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In November, Amgen Scholar alumna Seychelle Vos bought a one-way plane ticket to Germany, where she will embark on a postdoctoral research fellowship at the Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry in Göttingen, in the group of Patrick Cramer.

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2011 Amgen Scholar Vanessa Gray Delves Into DNA, Including Her Own

2011 Amgen Scholar Vanessa Gray Delves Into DNA, Including Her Own

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In 2009, as a sophomore at Arizona State University in Tempe, Vanessa Gray started what would become a fruitful beginning as a scientist. She began conducting research with Sudhir Kumar, whose group uses genomics data from species ranging from primates to fish to make inferences about human disease.

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