EDISON, NJ – HORIBA Scientific, world leader in fluorescence spectroscopy systems, awarded Dr. Kandice Tanner of the NIH, its annual Young Fluorescence Investigator Award. This award is sponsored by HORIBA Scientific, for novel and exciting applications of fluorescence in biology and biophysics and the awardee is invited to present a 20-minute talk regarding their research at the Biological Fluorescence Subgroup Meeting during the Biophysical Society Annual Meeting.
The Young Fluorescence Investigator Award is given to a researcher who has been nominated by their peers, for significant advancements and/or contributions in, or using, fluorescence methodologies. The candidate must be a PhD, and pre-tenured faculty or a junior level investigator working in the field of fluorescence.
“HORIBA is very proud to sponsor this prestigious award every year,” said Cary Davies, Director of the Fluorescence group at HORIBA Scientific. Kandice is the 21st researcher to win the Young Investigator Award, since 1997.”