The NOMIS Center Postdoctoral Fellowship Program at the Salk Institute has been featured in an advertorial in Science. The article details the research projects of NOMIS Fellows Dan Chen, Lidia Jiménez, Andre Mu and Jan Pencik as well as the role of the fellowship program in providing a supportive, interdisciplinary and collaborative environment to enable their work.
NOMIS fellowships support emerging, early-career researchers who, like other NOMIS researchers, demonstrate the potential to lead groundbreaking, high-risk basic research. With interdisciplinary collaboration at the heart of their innovative ideas and approaches, these researchers build bridges across the boundaries of disciplines.
Read the Science advertorial
NOMIS Center for Immunobiology and Microbial Pathogenesis