NYSCF supports and trains the next generation of scientists, both at the postdoctoral level as fellows, and as investigators pursuing innovative work that translates research into cures.
NYSCF also inspires the next generation of scientists through the NYSCF Science and Technology Education Program (STEP) and promotes gender equality in science, medicine, and engineering through the Initiative of Women in Science and Engineering (IWISE).
The NYSCF Fellowship Program trains and supports young postdoctoral scientists in the pursuit of innovative and groundbreaking stem cell research. The Program provides support for the NYSCF – Druckenmiller Fellowship Awards.
The NYSCF Investigator Program supports and encourages promising early career scientist whose cutting-edge research holds the potential to accelerate treatments and cures. The Program provides support for the NYSCF – Robertson Stem Cell Investigator Awards and the NYSCF – Robertson Neuroscience Investigator Awards.
The NYSCF – Robertson Stem Cell Prize is awarded annually to an outstanding young stem cell scientist in recognition of significant and pathbreaking translational stem cell research.
The NYSCF STEP is a program that seeks to provide educational opportunities for young people and introduce them to the exciting world of science and stem cell research.
The goal of IWISE is to make progress towards gender equality in science, medicine, and engineering through a variety of actionable strategies.