“I am honored and excited to receive the 2015 PhRMA Foundation Research Starter Grant in Health Outcomes. This award will be fundamental to my success as a young scientist. It will allow me to independently pursue research projects I am passionate about and recruit talented collaborators to my lab, improve my scientific reputation, and increase my probability for future funding to sustain my research program. The award will also allow me to develop other skills and gain the experience needed to be a successful independent researcher. In the long-term, I anticipate that this award will accelerate accomplishment of my career objectives. Thank you, PhRMA Foundation!”
Kelly Reveles, Ph.D.
The University of Texas at Austin
“I am very grateful to have received a pre-doctoral fellowship in pharmacology/toxicology from the PhRMA Foundation. Not only is the fellowship facilitating my current Ph.D. studies, but it will also enhance my future career opportunities and has built confidence in my ability to succeed in a career in pharmaceutical sciences. Thank you and congratulations to the PhRMA Foundation on 50 years of service to the drug discovery and development community!”
Rachel Denise Crouch
Vanderbilt University Medical Center
“I am truly honored to be a recipient of the PhRMA Foundation pre-doctoral fellowship in Pharmacology/Toxicology. Receiving this award has not only helped by providing funding resources, but has bestowed confidence that I can write competitive grants in the current funding environment. Thank you to the PhRMA Foundation for providing many critical career development opportunities to young scientist.”
Natividad Roberto Fuentes
Texas A&M University
“The PhRMA pre-doctoral fellowship has provided me with the financial resources to explore scientific hypotheses in the field of pharmacology/toxicology. In addition, this award was invaluable for other aspects of my graduate training, including grant writing and networking. I am extremely grateful for this opportunity.”
Robert Nathaniel Helsley
University of Kentucky
“The PhRMA foundation research starter grant made it possible for my group to generate essential preliminary data for my first NIH grant application. This grant also helped transition an urgently needed anti-influenza drug a step closer to human clinical trials.”
Jun Wang, Ph.D.
University of Arizona
“I am grateful for the support of the PhRMA Foundation Pre Doctoral Fellowship. This fellowship will play an integral role in helping me establish a career in health outcomes research and disease prevention.
University of Michigan