Assistant professor in Chemistry, Ray Moellering, is one of the recipients of the 2015 Young Investigator Awards from the Cancer Research Foundation.
The awards are given to faculty members in the initial years of their appointments, in order to foster cancer research. This prestigious award is meant to help young investigators get a jump start at the beginning of their careers so that they can flourish in the future. Professor Moellering joins the ranks of several University of Chicago faculty in Physical Sciences to win the award, most recently including Assistant Professor in Chemistry Bryan Dickinson, who won the award last year.
You can read more about the Young Investigator Award here.