Andrew Saxe is one of 13 early-career researchers with exceptional leadership potential to be selected for the CIFAR Azrieli Global Scholar programme. This programme supports outstanding early-career researchers through mentorship, a global network, professional skills development plus a generous financial award in unrestricted research support for two years.
After a competitive recruitment process that generated 184 eligible applications from 31 countries, 13 researchers (five identifying as women and eight identifying as men) were selected to join four CIFAR programs. These researchers are among the top emerging global researchers with citizenship in six countries and appointments in institutions in Canada, France, Germany, Ireland, the UK and the United States.
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