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.
HHMI is awarding $17.5 million to 42 outstanding scientists in 20 countries to study the molecular and genetic mechanisms underlying infectious and parasitic disease.
More than 100 medical students from medical schools all over the country are learning what life is like in a research lab.
HHMI has selected seven dynamic researchers to be group leaders at its Janelia Research Campus.
Five HHMI scientists will lead projects selected as part of the Grand Challenges in Global Health initiative.
James H. Gilliam Jr. was a charter Trustee of HHMI and a respected business and civic leader.
Talented graduate students receive fellowships for Ph.D. studies in the life sciences, honoring charter Trustee James H. Gilliam Jr.
Darman, a financial executive with a distinguished career in public service, has been elected a Trustee of the Howard Hughes Medical Institute.
Collins has been HHMI's director of information technology since 2002.
HHMI and the Center for Strategic and International Studies convene a public symposium in Washington, D.C., on May 12, 2005 to discuss the alarming spread of HIV and TB.
Ten HHMI investigators, the chairman of HHMI's Medical Advisory Board, and an HHMI international research scholar are elected as members or foreign associates.
HHMI has invited more than 200 research universities to compete for $86.4 million in new grants to strengthen undergraduate science education.
In Memoriam Stanley J. Korsmeyer, M.D. HHMI investigator did pioneering research on programmed cell death.
Dean of the Howard University Law School elected HHMI Trustee.
HHMI has selected 43 of the nations most promising biomedical scientists as new HHMI investigators. The 32 men and 11 women are drawn from 31 institutions nationwide, representing traditional biomedical research disciplines, as well as engineering, physics, chemistry, and computer science.
One hundred research universities are being invited to nominate their best scientist-educators to become HHMI professors. Up to 20 new HHMI professors will be named in 2006.
Howard Hughes Medical Institute and the European Molecular Biology Organization will give three-year EMBO/HHMI Startup Grants to help promising scientists establish their own laboratories in Central Europe.
HHMI and EMBO are offering start-up grants to encourage Central Europe's most promising scientists to come home.