The prestigious award brings with it funding for a total cost of up to $ 4.

NIH Director Francis S. Collins, announced the winner. Cheroutre is part a select group of 18 scientists selected nationwide for the 2009 prize from among more than 2,300 applicants. The award will fund her innovative research proposal, if successful, would create a new kind of detection, treatment and possibly prevention of autoimmune diseases, with the potential for identifying high risk for autoimmunity in newborns.. Source: Bonnie Ward La Jolla Institute for Allergy and ImmunologyA scientist at the La Jolla Institute for Allergy & Immunology has received one of the National Institutes of Health ‘s top awards – the 2009 NIH Director Pioneer Award. The prestigious award brings with it funding for a total cost of up to $ 4,000 over five years and is designed to work to support exceptionally creative scientists, whose novel offer suggestions the possibility extraordinary contributions to human health.

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