Solving the Immunology Puzzle: A Scholar's Journey From Caltech to Forbes 30 Under 30


In high school, Marvin Gee was fortunate to get a jump start on his research career, working at the National Cancer Institute. Cancer had been a personal interest of his because of the death of his uncle who battled with the disease. His early exposure to bioscience research helped him realize that biology is like a complicated puzzle. It all eventually fits together to make perfect sense.

Ten to Watch: Marta Andres Terre


Ph.D. Candidate, Immunology at Stanford

Education: University of Barcelona, U Penn, Stanford

2010 Amgen Scholar 

Meet Harvard University's 2015 Amgen Scholars: Alaina Bever & Alexi Choueiri



Seattle University | Mechanical Engineering and Biology

Hometown: Seattle, WA

Research Interest/Area: Bioengineering and Immunology

Sanofi and the Institut Pasteur Reward Four Researchers for Their Major Contributions in the Service of Health

4th Edition of the Sanofi - Institut Pasteur Awards
Press Release

PARIS, November 12, 2015 /3BL Media/ - Sanofi and the Institut Pasteur have attributed today the Sanofi - Institut Pasteur Awards for the fourth year in a row. Four major researchers with international recognition have been rewarded for their works in two major fields for global health: tropical and neglected diseases and immunology.

Meet Amgen Scholar Alumni Timothy Chai


Timothy Chai

Saratoga, CA

“We’re a very diverse group of students with a similar passion for science. The Amgen Scholars Program’s done a spectacular job of putting together a well-rounded group of people.”

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