The fellowship, which is housed in the Life Sciences Institute, will offer research opportunities in the Medical School, College of Pharmacy, LSA, and Life Sciences Institute. 

"Our philosophy is that U-M should be training not just the next generation of scientists, but the next generation of scientific leaders," says Roger D. Cone, Mary Sue Coleman Director of the Life Sciences Institute and vice provost and director of the U-M biosciences initiative. "The Michigan Life Sciences Fellows will receive enhanced guidance and resources to support an accelerated transition into an independent research career."

Read more about the fellowship at the University Record.