Yue Wan is one of twelve CIFAR Global Scholars for 2018
Branco Weiss Fellow Yue Wan has been selected as one of 12 exceptional early career investigators for the CIFAR Azrieli Global Scholars Program of 2018. Each scholar will receive USD 100,000 in research support and becomes part of one of CIFAR’s 12 research programs for two years. Global Scholars have the opportunity to present their research and receive feedback from distinguished fellows in their program, contribute to ongoing discussions within the program and forge new research collaborations. They also have an opportunity to amplify the outcomes of their research beyond the academia by engaging in opportunities to exchange ideas with policy-makers, business leaders and practitioners.
Established in 1982, CIFAR is a Canadian-based, international research institute and non-profit organization with nearly 400 fellows, scholars and advisors from 18 countries. CIFAR is dedicated to research excellence and impact on a global scale. CIFAR promotes, designs, and supports scientific collaboration across disciplines. It is supported by the governments of Canada, British Columbia, Alberta, Ontario and Quebec; and by Canadian and international partners, foundations, corporations and individuals.
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