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Fifteen Scientists Receive Grants From The Sidney Kimmel Foundation for Cancer Research


10/19/2005 5:10:54 PM

PALM BEACH, Fla.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--April 27, 2005--Fifteen exceptional scientists have received significant grants from The Sidney Kimmel Foundation for Cancer Research. The scholars will each receive a two year, $200,000 award to further their cancer research projects. The Kimmel Scholar Awards were created in 1997 to advance the careers of young, gifted physicians and Ph.Ds involved in cancer research. Scientists are selected who show the greatest promise and innovation, but whose careers have not yet provided them with the critical mass of research history that typically justifies receiving major grants from the National Cancer Institute and other funding sources.

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