Scientists identify gene required for differentiation of breast stem cells

A novel analytical method has enabled Whitehead Institute scientists to identify a regulatory gene required for breast […]


Repurposed anti-cholesterol drug could improve treatment-resistant anemias

Each year, between 25 and 35 children in the United States and Canada are diagnosed with an […]


Susan Lindquist elected to UK’s Royal Society

The UK’s Royal Society recently announced that it has elected Whitehead Institute’s Susan Lindquist as a Foreign […]


Rudolf Jaenisch honored with March of Dimes Prize

Whitehead Institute Founding Member Rudolf Jaenisch is the recipient of the 2015 March of Dimes Prize in Developmental […]


Whitehead Connects featuring Amy Schulman

Amy Schulman Venture Partner, Polaris Partners Ms. Schulman is a Venture Partner at Polaris Partners, serves as […]


Rudolf Jaenisch featured in TIME magazine

In the wake of newly published research on CRISPR gene editing of human embryos, Whitehead Founding Member […]


David Page talks human genome on WGBH radio

Whitehead Director David Page spoke with WGBH radio about the significance of the sequencing of the human […]


Whitehead Member Jing-Ke Weng named a Searle Scholar

Whitehead Institute Member Jing-Ke Weng is among 15 young scientists nationwide to be named a 2015 Searle […]