The HHMI Trustees have named Erin O'Shea the Institute's sixth president, succeeding Robert Tjian.
HHMI scientists discover how a single molecule in a living cell can respond differently to different strengths of an external signal.
O'Shea, HHMI investigator and professor at Harvard University, will lead HHMI's science programs.
HHMI researchers have figured out how a bacterial circadian clock ticks away using only three interacting proteins.
Can randomness in gene expression lead to differences in cells that are genetically identical?
HHMI researchers redefine the yeast proteome in experiments that meaure the abundance and pinpoint the cellular locations of more than 4,000 proteins.