Amgen Scholars Program

Amgen Scholars Program

Made possible through a 12-year, $50 million commitment from the Amgen Foundation, Amgen Scholars allows undergraduates from across the globe to participate in cutting-edge research opportunities at world-class institutions. 17 leading institutions across the U.S., Europe and Japan currently host the summer program.

Undergraduate participants benefit from undertaking a research project under top faculty, being part of a cohort-based experience of seminars and networking events, and taking part in a symposium in their respective region (U.S., Europe or Japan) where they meet their peers, learn about biotechnology, and hear from leading scientists.

Learn more by visiting amgenscholars.com and following the #AmgenScholars hashtag on Twitter. 

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Ten to Watch: Suan Tuang
‎M.D./Ph.D. Candidate at the Harvard-MIT Health Sciences and Technology Program Education: MIT, Harvard 2012 Amgen Scholar  “My worldview and my perspective on the future of science is very much shaped by who I am as a Christian and an immigrant and as someone who could have just as easily been living a very different life in Myanmar.” Suan Tuang...
Dec 16, 2016 8:00 AM ET
Ten to Watch: Marta Andres Terre
Ph.D. Candidate, Immunology at Stanford Education: University of Barcelona, U Penn, Stanford 2010 Amgen Scholar  “Multi-disciplinary research has already started to change the world we live in, and I believe that by working together our potential to make a positive impact is almost limitless.” Originally from Spain, Marta...
Dec 14, 2016 9:00 AM ET
Ten to Watch: Trisha Stan, Ph.D.
“We do science for the betterment of society, but too many misunderstandings exist between scientists and the populations we strive to serve. I hope to build bridges of communication and understanding between scientists and the public.” Trisha Stan is now using the knowledge she gained through her academic research career as an assistant professor of natural sciences at...
Dec 9, 2016 9:45 AM ET
Ten to Watch: Lela Okromelidze
Lela Okromelidze grew up in the Eurasian country of Georgia, which after years of fighting following the fall of the Soviet Union, didn’t always provide the educational opportunities of many other countries. Having to occasionally attend school without heat or electricity, Lela, with the help of her mother, defied the odds and is now a fifth year medical student at Tbilisi State Medical...
Dec 8, 2016 3:40 PM ET
Ten to Watch: Aaron Meyer, Ph.D.
“Science is cumulative: Scientific discoveries of today will continue to reap benefits and become the accepted facts of tomorrow.” Earning an undergraduate degree from UCLA in 2009 and a Ph.D. from MIT in 2014, Aaron Meyer now runs his own lab at MIT where he uses engineering tools to research the function of a family of receptors in the body and discover how to make better drugs to...
Dec 2, 2016 2:20 PM ET

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