Katherine Farley, a real estate executive, and Kathryn Murdoch, a philanthropist, are the newest members of the Board of Trustees.
Gabriel Victora, who will join Rockefeller in September of next year, investigates how the immune system generates high affinity antibodies.
Anthony Carvalloza joined Rockefeller five months ago as head of Information Technology. His main goal is to build out the departments computing and bioinformatics services to better serve the needs of our scientists.
Learn about Rockefeller scientists who have recently received prestigious honors, and see a listing of the latest hires and promotions.
At Rockefeller, we pride ourselves on maintaining the highest standard of safety in our labs. Yet accidents do happen, which is why the Lab Safety office takes a highly proactive and diversified approach in their effort to prevent work-related injuries.
On a Saturday in October, Rockefeller staffers led close to 20 guided tours as part of a citywide program. Read about the event and take our quiz to make sure you know your campus architecture.
Alipasha Vaziri, who was appointed a tenure-track professor in September, devises tools for creating dynamic maps of neural activity within living brains.
During a recent briefing in the nation’s capital, some of Rockefeller’s leading neuroscientists spoke about the university’s newly established Kavli Neural Systems Institute. Joining them were representatives from the Kavli Foundation, the U.S. Congress, and federal and private research organizations.
Meet Collette Ryder, the new director of Office of Sponsored Research and Program Development, who brings many years of experience in sponsored projects administration and compliance.
The funding renewal will support research initiatives within Rockefeller’s interdisciplinary Center for Basic and Translational Research on Disorders of the Digestive System, which brings together around 20 labs.