Neuroscientist will work at HHMI headquarters to support the research of HHMI investigators around the country.
A webcast of the HHMI Holiday Lectures on Science features HHMI investigator Douglas Melton and Nadia Rosenthal of the European Molecular Biology Organization talking about stem cell biology.
The Dana-Farber Cancer Institute will host an international symposium on "Cell Death and Cancer," in Boston on January 25-26, 2007.
Short summaries of the research of the 2006 International Research Scholars.
Treinta y nueve científicos excepcionales de Latinoamérica y Canadá han sido nombrados becarios internacionales de investigación del HHMI.
Thirty-nine outstanding scientists in Latin America and Canada have been named HHMI international research scholars.
The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas is honoring the life and legacy of the late David L. Garbers by hosting a memorial symposium on November 16, 2006.
Seven HHMI investigators and an HHMI professor have been elected to the Institute of Medicine of the National Academies.
News tips on research of HHMI international research scholars.
Científicos de alto nivel de 28 países informan sus últimas investigaciones sobre algunos de los desafíos médicos mundiales más difíciles.
Top researchers from 28 countries report on their latest research into some of the world's toughest biomedical challenges.
David Garbers, an HHMI investigator at UT Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas, dies.
Brief bios and pictures of the new Janelia Farm group leaders and fellows.
HHMI has launched a student recruitment campaign for its new Janelia Farm Graduate Program, developed in partnership with the University of Chicago and the University of Cambridge.
HHMI has recruited 10 additional scientists to head research laboratories at its Janelia Farm Research Campus.
View the sweep and distinctive architectural features of the Landscape Building at Janelia Farm.
Take a look inside the Landscape Building at Janelia Farm.
After six years of intense planning, construction, and recruiting, the Howard Hughes Medical Institute is opening its new scientific community.
Jack E. Dixon, dean of scientific affairs at the University of California, San Diego, School of Medicine, and member of HHMI's Medical Advisory Board, has been named vice president and chief scientific officer at HHMI.
A brief summary of Jack Dixon's research background
Accomplished researcher and physician will join HHMI.
HHMI has awarded 13 Physician-Scientist Early Career Awards to help ease the transition from training to a biomedical research faculty position.
HHMI investigator honored for contributions to understanding programmed cell death.
Hughes Scholars at the University of Maryland Baltimore County are getting an education that helps them get into the best graduate schools in the country.
Chemistry professor Randy Duran is building science families at the University of Florida.
HHMI is investing $86.4 million in innovative science undergraduate education programs at 50 research universities across the country.
Cinnamon Spear may be the first teenager from an Indian reservation who ever tried to sneak into a summer science program at a university.
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).