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HHMI awards $19 million to Latin American, Canadian scientists

r> Institute of Molecular and Cellular Biology of Rosario, CONICET
  • A. Beln Elgoyhen *
    Institute for Research on Genetic Engineering and Molecular Biology, CONICET
  • A. Carlos Frasch *
    Institute for Research in Biotechnology, National University of General San Martin
  • Fernando A. Goldbaum *
    Leloir Institute Foundation
  • Alberto R. Kornblihtt *
    University of Buenos Aires
  • Javier F. Palatnik
    Institute of Molecular and Cellular Biology of Rosario, CONICET
  • Armando J. Parodi *
    Leloir Institute Foundation
  • Marcelo Rubinstein *
    Institute for Research on Genetic Engineering and Molecular Biology, CONICET
  • Alejandro F. Schinder
    Leloir Institute Foundation
  • Alejandro J. Vila *
    Institute of Molecular and Cellular Biology of Rosario, CONICET
  • Pablo Wappner
    Leloir Institute Foundation
  • Marcelo J. Yanovsky
    Institute for Agricultural Plant Physiology and Ecology, CONICET Brazil
  • M. Fatima Leite
    Federal University of Minas Gerais
  • Pedro L. Oliveira *
    Federal University of Rio de Janeiro
  • Alexandre A. Peixoto *
    Oswaldo Cruz Foundation
    Canada
  • Lea Harrington
    Ontario Cancer Institute
  • Philip Hieter
    University of British Columbia
  • Timothy R. Hughes
    University of Toronto
  • Freda D. Miller
    Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto
  • Dana J. Philpott
    University of Toronto
  • Richard A. Rachubinski *
    University of Alberta
  • Michael A. Rudnicki *
    Ottawa Health Research Institute
  • Michael W. Salter
    Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto
  • Erwin Schurr
    McGill University
  • Eric Alan Shoubridge
    McGill University
  • Nahum Sonenberg *
    McGill University
  • Peter St George-Hyslop *
    University of Toronto
  • Natalie C.J. Strynadka *
    University of British Columbia
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  • Contact: Cindy Fox Aisen
    aisenc@hhmi.org
    317-843-2276
    Howard Hughes Medical Institute
    1-Nov-2006


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