Director, Biomedical Programs , The Pew Charitable Trusts
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Anita graduated from Cornell University and received her master’s degree in Molecular Systematics from New York University and the New York Botanical Gardens. She was awarded her doctorate in Developmental Genetics from New York University. From 2003 to 2008, she completed postdoctoral training with Dr. Tom Jongens at the University of Pennsylvania studying a genetically inherited form of mental retardation, Fragile X syndrome. In 2008, she decided to use her scientific background outside of academia and joined the Pew programs in the biomedical sciences.
Watch the video interview of Anita Pepper discussing the Pew Programs in the Biomedical Sciences.
The Pew Scholars Program and The Pew Latin American Fellows Program support promising early-career scientists from North, South and Central America in the health sciences — particularly young researchers with innovative approaches and ideas. Anita Pepper, Director of the Pew Programs in the Biomedical Sciences, explains the benefits of the programs.More info
Four Pew Scholars have been awarded Presidential Early Career Awards for Scientists and Engineers (PECASE), the highest honor bestowed by the United States Government on science and engineering professionals in the early stages of their independent research careers. They areMore info
Smithsonian Magazine recently featured young innovators in the arts and sciences, and one of the up-and-comers was E. John Wherry, Ph.D., an immunologist at the Wistar Institute.
More than 200 Pew Biomedical Scholars gathered earlier this year for the 20th anniversary reunion of the Pew Scholars Program in the Biomedical Sciences. It’s fair to say that they were excited.More info
Two Pew Biomedical Scholars have won top science awards this fall.More info