Junior Fellow Academy accepts three new inductees

News 15.12.2011

We are pleased to announce that three outstanding researchers have recently been accepted into the Junior Fellow Academy. Katharine Greenaway, Guy Mayraz and Leopold Parts will be starting their fellowships in 2012.

Katherine and Guy will become Junior Fellows in our Social Interactions, Identity and Well-Being program. Both will be joining the program in Summer 2012. Leopold will join the Academy as a Junior Fellow in our Genetic Networks program in January 2012.

The Junior Fellow Academy of CIFAR is an elite fellowship program that builds research and leadership capacity in gifted early-career researchers from diverse disciplines. To learn more about the Academy, click here.

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