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About the Institute

The history, mission, goals and policies
of NHGRI
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Director's Page

A monthly update from NHGRI Director Eric D. Green, M.D., Ph.D.
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Budget and Financial Information

NHGRI yearly budgets and detailed financial information
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NHGRI Organization

How NHGRI is organized by division, branch and offices
Meeting Participants

Institute Advisors

The council and review boards
who advise NHGRI
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Long-Range Planning

NHGRI's plans for the future of the institute and genomic research
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Minority and Special Populations

Opportunities for diverse populations for research, training and education
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The NHGRI History of Genomics Program

Preserving the history of NHGRI and genomic research
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Reports and Publications

NHGRI leadership and staff publications

Highlights

NHGRI Director Eric D. Green receives honorary degree from Washington University in St. Louis

Read more Washington University in St. Louis awarded an honorary Doctor of Science degree to Eric D. Green, M.D., Ph.D., director of NIH's National Human Genome Research Institute, in recognition of his contributions to the field of genomics and its application to medicine. This is the third award given to Dr. Green by Washington University.

Human Genome Project receives Thai 2017 Prince Mahidol Award

Read MoreOn January 31, 2018, the Human Genome Project (HGP) received a distinct and historic honor - the 2017 Prince Mahidol Award in the Field of Medicine. NHGRI Director, Dr. Eric Green, traveled to Bangkok, Thailand, to accept this prestigious award on behalf of the HGP. This month's The Genomics Landscape recounts the award event, as well as including information on the NHGRI budget, an editorial by Dr. Green penned to his daughter Abbey and a report on National DNA Day events. 

The 2018 Jeffrey M. Trent Lectureship in Cancer Research

Hospital CorridorThe National Human Genome Research Institute's Division of Intramural Research presented the 14th Jeffrey M. Trent Lecture in Cancer Research on March 15, 2018, 12:00 - 1:00 p.m., at the Lipsett Amphitheater, Building 10 (Clinical Center), on the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Bethesda campus. Joan Brugge, Ph.D., co-director, Ludwig Center at Harvard Medical School, delivered the lecture Role of the TRPA1 Ca2+-permeable Channel in Oxidative Stress Defenses in Cancer. Video is now available.