At Rice University, undergraduates in a new global health program will expand their horizons from Houston, Texas, to Africa and beyond.
To fulfill the need for a scientific community that promotes and rewards collaborative, interdisciplinary research, HHMI has created Janelia Farm.
HHMI names 66 new medical and dental student fellows and 42 HHMI/NIH research scholars.
Twenty leading research scientists who are also dedicated to undergraduate teaching are tapped as HHMI professors.
Biographical profiles and photos of the new and continuing HHMI professors.
A Symposium Presented by The Howard Hughes Medical Institute and the Center for Strategic and International Studies March 23, 2006 - 9:00 AM to 12:00 Noon Capitol Hill: Russell Office Building, Room 418
HHMI has awarded grants to 13 innovative graduate programs to bring more clinical, medical training into Ph.D. studies.
The Gilliam Fellows for 2006.
Six talented minority students have been awarded 2006 Gilliam graduate fellowships.
Five experienced administrators have been appointed to fill key roles at the Janelia Farm Research Campus.
HHMI trustees have elected Edward J. Palmerino as the new vice president for finance and treasurer.
Two HHMI investigators are among 15 scientists whose outstanding scientific achievements will be honored by the National Academy of Sciences (NAS).
Twenty-eight outstanding biomedical researchers in the Baltics, Central and Eastern Europe, and Russia have been named HHMI international research scholars
The HHMI Trustees have elected Craig A. Alexander as the Institute's vice president and general counsel. He will assume the new role in January 2006.
HHMI and the journal Science have begun a collaboration to showcase innovative approaches to teaching science through a new monthly education forum in the journal.
President of The Rockefeller University becomes one of 11 Trustees of the Howard Hughes Medical Institute.
Katz's research on the development and function of the mammalian cortex was recognized internationally.
Universities will use new grants to develop innovative graduate education programs that can train scientists to work at the interface of biomedical, physical and computer science.
Seven HHMI investigators and four members of HHMI advisory boards have been elected to the Institute of Medicine of the National Academies.
Physicist and engineer Eric Betzig will bring hands-on experience in designing advanced microscopy tools to Janelia.
New multimedia resources from HHMI will help teach future researchers to think critically about the broader implications of their work.
HHMI announces that its Janelia Farm Research Campus (JFRC) has established partnerships with the University of Cambridge and the University of Chicago to launch an interdisciplinary graduate program.