Aerial shot of the HHMI's Maryland headquarters.
Last January, Nobel laureate Thomas Cech, an RNA researcher at the University of Colorado in Boulder and an HHMI investigator since 1988, became the new HHMI president, replacing Purnell Choppin. Gerry Rubin, an HHMI investigator and professor of genetics at the University of California, Berkeley, who led efforts to sequence the Drosophila genome, came on as vice president for...
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