HHMI investigators Val Sheffield and Edwin Stone to speak on inherited eye diseases and genetic testing, May 22 on Capitol Hill. Open to the public.
HHMI breaks ground for the Janelia Farm Research Campus in Ashburn, Virginia.
Join HHMI investigators in a public dialogue about stem cells and their evolving role in treating disease.
Charles A. Janeway, HHMI investigator at Yale, is remembered.
Reductions in spending for research, grant programs and administrative operations to take place over the next two years.
HHMI announces the purchase of historic Hayes Manor and surrounding property.
Joseph L. Goldstein is elected Trustee; Craig B. Thompson to chair Medical Advisory Board
William R. Galey from the University of New Mexico School of Medicine will direct HHMI's Graduate Science Education Program.
W. Maxwell Cowan, 1931-2002, Former Chief Scientific Officer at HHMI
Twelve physician-scientists are selected as HHMI investigators.
Scientists from 29 countries to discuss biomedical research.
Ellen B. Safir leaves HHMI to start new fixed income management investment firm.
Rafael Viñoly Architects is chosen to design HHMI research campus in Virginia.
The Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI) today announced that it is offering a $15,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and charge of anyone connected to the disappearance of Dr. Don C. Wiley.
HHMI announces national competition for the appointment of outstanding physician-scientists who are conducting patient-oriented research.
It announces a $500 million plan for a biomedical science center to develop advanced technology and provide a collaborative setting for researchers.
Images to accompany the announcement for the new Janelia Farm Research Campus.
Chairman and CEO of Fiduciary Trust Company International will become one of 10 Trustees.
HHMI purchases land in Loudoun County, Virginia for new campus.
Peter J. Bruns of Cornell University will become HHMI's new vice president for grants and special programs.
The Institute has bought paintings and other work by Irving Geis, a pioneer in molecular art who helped reveal the beauty of nature.
HHMI's international research scholars from 16 countries will gather at the Institute on June 20-23.
The Institute has selected 48 scientists, including 12 computational biologists, in a national competition to become HHMI investigators.