To infinity and beyond! It’s not such far out concept as Scholars learned on a recent career development field trip to NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland. Established in 1959 and named for American rocketry pioneer Dr. Robert H. Goddard, it is home to the nat
Soucy, Katie et al. publish an article about the NIH-Oxford-Cambridge Scholars program in the December issue of Trends in Immunology (Volume 37 , Issue 12 , 813 – 815). Click here to read the full article.
During his fifteen years as chancellor, Dr. Ralph Snyderman helped create new paradigms for academic medicine while guiding the Duke University Medical Center through periods of great challenge and transformation. Under his leadership, the medical center became internationally known f
Since 2012, the NIH Oxford-Cambridge Scholars Program has enabled future scientists to work with NCATS researchers to explore the translation of promising new therapies for cancers and tuberculosis. Most recently, OxCam — an accelerated, individualized doctoral training program for ou
The International Biomedical Research Alliance announced that Jeffrey I. Auerbach, PhD, is joining the Alliance’s board of directors. Dr. Auerbach is the founder and managing member of AuerbachSchrot LLC, an intellectual property (IP) law firm based in Rockville, Maryland. “The Intern
Once again this September, the International Biomedical Research Alliance was fortunate enough to host six students in the NIH Oxford-Cambridge Scholars Program for a visit to the New York area to meet with science icons. The trip began on Wednesday, September 21st with a meeting at t
Certara®, the leading provider of decision support technology and consulting services for optimizing drug development and improving health outcomes, announced on Septemter 22, 2016 that the first Certara Biomedical Research Scholarship has been awarded to the National Institutes of He
In 2013, the Board of Directors of the International Biomedical Research Alliance initiated yearly science recognition awards to honor scholars whose work has been of an extremely high caliber and deserving of merit. These awards have traditionally been announced at the Annual Scienti