NAS Announces New Members
Seven HHMI investigators, along with an HHMI professor, an international research scholar, and a member of the scientific review board are elected to the academy.
The National Academy of Sciences has elected 72 new members and 18 foreign associates from 16 countries. Among them are seven HHMI investigators, one HHMI professor, an international research scholar from Argentina, and a member of HHMI's Scientific Review Board.
Election is considered one of the highest honors that a scientist can receive. The National Academy is a private, nonprofit organization dedicated to furthering science and its use to benefit the public.
Newly elected HHMI investigators
- David Baker
- Bonnie Bassler
- David Clapham
- Joachim Frank
- Stephen Goff
- David Haussler
- Michael O'Donnell
Newly elected HHMI grantees
Newly elected HHMI board member
- Wolfhard Almers (HHMI Scientific Review Board)