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 NIH Early Independence Awards

The NIH Director's Office initiated a prestigious new grant program in 2011, known as the Early Independence Award (EIA), which is designed to support talented new Ph.D.s and M.D.s who have the intellect, scientific creativity, drive and maturity to flourish independently without the need for traditional post-doctoral training. These are highly competitive grants, with only about 10-15 awards made per year. UCSF Sandler Fellows match the criteria and goals of the EIA program extremely well, and we are pleased to announce that several of our Fellows have been selected for these distinguished grants.

Congratulations to:

   

James Fraser, 2011 recipient

 

 

 

   

Matt Thomson, 2012 recipient

 

 

 

Saul Villeda, 2012 recipient

 

 

 

 

Lei (Stanley) Qi, 2013 recipient

 

 

 

David Weinberg, 2013 recipient

 

 

 

Robert Judson, 2014 recipient

 

 

 

Joe Bondy-Denomy, 2015 recipient

 

 

 

 

Matthew Spitzer, 2016 recipient

 

 

 

Kevin Yackle, 2016 recipient

 

 

 

 

Alison Gould, 2018 recipient

 

 

 

 

Isha Jain, 2018 recipient

 

 

Link to all NIH Early Independence Award Recipients

 

NIH New Innovator Awards (Link)



Faranak Fattahi, 2019 recipient