The Jonathan L. Sessler Fellowship recognizes emerging leaders in bioinorganic and medicinal inorganic chemistry.


Sessler Fellows receive an honorarium, an engraved plaque, and registration, travel and housing support for the ACS Meeting at which they present their research. Fellowship recipients will be recognized as Jonathan L. Sessler Fellows.


The Sessler Fellowship is open to an investigator in their first five years of a tenure-track position, with accommodation made for family, health or provider leaves, or an equivalent research appointment at a United States academic, national lab, or nonprofit institution. Fellows will be selected via a nomination and selection process; self-nominations will not be accepted.



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