Meet the 2009 Early Career Scientists.
Fifty of the nation's best early career science faculty will have more time and resources to focus on their boldest research ideas.
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El HHMI y la Universidad de KwaZulu-Natal en Sudáfrica establecerán un centro de investigación internacional cuyo enfoque es el control de la coepidemia devastadora de la tuberculosis y el VIH.
HHMI and the University of KwaZulu-Natal will establish an international research center focused on controlling the devastating co-epidemic of tuberculosis and HIV.
Rose, a Senior Lecturer at the Harvard Business School and 20-year veteran of J.P. Morgan and Co., has been elected a Trustee of HHMI.
Scott S. Chilton says his broad interest in the arts and athletics, communication and outreach have made him a better science student.
Ryan T. Dosumu-Johnson almost settled into a career at RadioShack, but instead refocused his life on research.
Inspired by her father, a doctor, Marty A. Fernandez hopes to understand what drives diseases like AIDS, malaria, and Alzheimer’s.
Forced to flee his native Africa, Steven Tuyishime now wants to create vaccines to fight malaria, a disease that kills millions there.
For Angelica M. Riestra, community and science go hand in hand. She hopes she can also combine research and community outreach as a microbiology professor some day.
A childhood moving back and forth between Nicaragua and the United States helped Kelly M. Cadenas appreciate and take advantage of her educational opportunities.
Dania Daye is on her way to becoming a physician-scientist-engineer after a difficult childhood in Lebanon.
HHMI is expanding a program to further the graduate science education of talented students from groups traditionally underrepresented in the sciences.
Sacha L. Prashad loves studying stem cells, which she says provide just the right combination of research and connection to the clinic.
Krystal R. St. Julien's struggle with sickle cell anemia inspired her to become a biochemist.
Meet the 2009 Gilliam Fellows.
Twelve new colleges and universities have been chosen to join the Science Education Alliance's nationwide experiment–teach science to students by involving them in scientific discovery.
Hace un año, 12 universidades confiaron en la Alianza de Educación Científica del Instituto Médico Howard Hughes al unirse a un experimento de educación con una ambiciosa agenda –enseñar ciencia a estudiantes involucrándolos en descubrimientos científicos a una escala nacional–. Ahora 12 universidades adicionales han sido elegidas para unirse a la Alianza.