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A Brief Biography of David Page
Genes and Gender
The Webcast lectures of David Page and Barbara Meyer from the Holiday Lectures on Science 2001
Page in the News
Fathers Pass Infertility to Sons
HHMI News, June 30, 1999
New Evidence Pushes Back Age of Sex-Determining Chromosomes
HHMI News, October 28, 1999
Mutation on Y Chromosome Stops Sperm Production
HHMI News, December 1, 1999
Mutation Rate of Male Sex Chromosome Lower than Expected
HHMI News, August 10, 2000
From the HHMI Bulletin
"Book of Y: The Unfinished Story of the Genesis of Maleness"
Volume 13, Number 2, September 2000
HHMI investigators Stephen Elledge, Roel Nusse and Huda Zoghbi are among the scientists honored for transformative advances toward understanding living systems and extending human life.
HHMI researchers identify the mechanisms that pathogenic bacteria use to waterlog the space between plant cells in the leaves, allowing the bacteria to reproduce and spread infection.
Eight HHMI scientists are among 391 new Fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.