Sarah Slavoff named 2016 Searle Scholar

June 22, 2016

Assistant Professor Slavoff’s research involving the development of chemical and biological tools to study RNA and ribonucleoprotein particles was most certainly the catalyst for her selection as a 2016 Searle Scholar, an honor that comes with a monetary award that, per the Slavoff Lab web page, “will be used to support our goals of studying translation initiation using genetic and proteomic techniques”. Searle Scholars are early-career scientists selected for their potential to make significant contributions to chemical and biological research over the course of their careers. Click here to see the full article.