Left to right: Rich Moushegian, JoAnne Damron-Rodriguez, Chris Kelty, Juliet Williams, Kyle McJunkin, Timothy F. Brewer (Vice Provost), Daniela Parodi, Christina Palmer (Vice Chair), Michelle Fox, Amisha Gadani, Jessica Lynch Alfaro (Associate Director), Norton Wise, Ana Wevill, Hannah Landecker, Eric Vilain (Director), Sally Gibbons, Lianna Hartmour, Soraya de Chadarevian, Myrna Hant, Nathan Ha, Alessandro Duranti (Dean), Martine Lappé, Aaron Panofsky, Amy Sun, Danielle Shenise, Norma Boster. Rudy Cornejo, Rachel Lee, Stefan Bargheer

Upcoming Events

News + Blog

Researchers Turn to Volunteer Readers to Speed Research on Rare Genetic Disorder

Biomedical research is often slow and incremental, but it can take a leap when someone uncovers...

How Birds Got Their Beaks

When birds got their wings, they lost the clawed fingers wielded by their dinosaur relatives....

Gene Expression is Key to Understanding Differences Between Individuals and Disease Susceptibility

The Genotype-Tissue Expression (GTEx) project consortia, which includes scientists from the...

Scientists Identify Tissue-Degrading Enzyme in Bat-Killing Fungus

Scientists at UC San Francisco and Brown University have figured out the likely way that...

Articles + Resources

2015 | Eric Vilain – OpEd – What should you do if your son says he’s a girl?

ISG Co-Director, Eric Vilain, has published an OpEd piece titled [...]

2015 | Hannah Landecker & Aaron Panofsky – Commentaries and Reflections on “Inheritance of Acquired Epigenetic Variations”

A special section of commentaries and reflections on epigenetic inheritance [...]

2015 | Soraya de Chadarevian – Chromosome Photography and the Human Karyotype

ISG professor, Soraya de Chadarevian, has published a paper titled [...]

2015 | Hannah Landecker – Antibiotic Resistance and the Biology of History

ISG Acting Director, Hannah Landecker, has published a paper titled “Antibiotic [...]

Mailing List

Stay current with ISG news & events