Associate professor Song Lin was recently awarded the 2022 Bristol Myers Squibb (BMS) Unrestricted Grant in Synthetic Organic Chemistry. Annually, BMS awards a grant to recognize an early-career principal investigator who has made significant contributions to the field of synthetic organic or bioorganic chemistry. The award celebrates excellence in academic research and encourages further investigation by offering $150K of research funding over a two-year span.
Bristol Myers Squibb has instituted a unique program of unrestricted grants, graduate fellowships, and awards to fund and recognize excellence in academic research in synthetic organic and bioorganic chemistry. Through this awards program, Bristol Myers Squibb supports the academic community to promote innovative, synthetic organic and bioorganic chemistry research, which is the training ground for both the medicinal and process chemists, who play a pivotal role in the discovery and development of new pharmaceutical agents.
Learn more about Dr. Lin’s research and contributions, here.