List of members of the National Academy of Sciences (Cellular and developmental biology)

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This list is a subsection of the List of members of the National Academy of Sciences, which includes approximately 2,000 current (not past) members and 350 foreign associates of the United States National Academy of Sciences, each of whom is affiliated with one of 31 disciplinary sections. Each person's name, primary institution, and election year are given. This list does not include deceased members.

David Allis The Rockefeller University 2005
Paul Berg Stanford University 1966
Max Birnstiel Intercell 1983
J. Michael Bishop University of California, San Francisco 1980
Mina Bissell University of California, Berkeley 2010
Günter Blobel Rockefeller University 1983
Gary G. Borisy Marine Biological Laboratory 2009
Piet Borst Netherlands Cancer Institute 1991
R. L. Brinster University of Pennsylvania 1987
Donald Brown Carnegie Institution of Washington 1973
Joan Brugge Harvard University 2001
Margaret Buckingham Institut Pasteur 2011
Lewis Cantley Harvard University 2001
Mario Capecchi University of Utah 1991
John Carlson Yale University 2012
Constance Cepko Harvard University 2002
Pierre Chambon Institut de Genetique et de Biologie Moleculaire et Cellulaire (IGBMC) 1985
Don W. Cleveland University of California, San Diego 2006
Stanley Cohen Vanderbilt University 1980
James Darnell Rockefeller University 1973
Igor Dawid National Institutes of Health 1981
Edward M. De Robertis University of California, Los Angeles 2013
Eugenia Del Pino Pontificia Universidad Católica del Ecuador 2006
Denis Duboule École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne 2012
Peter Duesberg University of California, Berkeley 1986
Scott Emr Cornell University 2007
R. L. Erikson Harvard University 1983
Madilyn Gist Farquhar University of California, San Diego 1984
Don Fawcett Harvard University 1972
Elaine Fuchs Rockefeller University 1996
Margaret T. Fuller Stanford University 2008
Joseph Gall Carnegie Institution of Washington 1972
Walter Gehring University of Basel 1986
John C. Gerhart University of California, Berkeley 1990
Howard Green Harvard University 1978
Jerome Gross Harvard University 1974
John Gurdon University of Cambridge 1980
W. A. Hagins National Institutes of Health 1979
Leland Hartwell Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center 1987
Elizabeth Hay Harvard University 1984
Brigid L. Hogan Duke University 2005
David Hogness Stanford University 1976
Tim Hunt Cancer Research UK 1999
Richard Hynes Massachusetts Institute of Technology 1996
Shinya Inoue Marine Biological Laboratory 1993
Fotis Kafatos European Molecular Biology Laboratory 1982
Thomas C. Kaufman Indiana University 2008
Judith Kimble University of Wisconsin–Madison 1995
David Kingsley Stanford University 2011
Marc Kirschner Harvard University 1989
Aaron Klug Medical Research Council 1984
Philip Leder Harvard University 1979
Ruth Lehmann New York University 2005
Michael Levine University of California, Berkeley 1998
Jennifer Lippincott-Schwartz National Institutes of Health 2008
Harvey Lodish Massachusetts Institute of Technology 1987
Richard Losick Harvard University 1992
Anthony Mahowald University of Chicago 1994
Nicole Marthe Le Douarin Académie des Sciences de l'Institut de France 1989
Gail R. Martin University of California, San Francisco 2002
Joan Massague Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center 2000
J. Richard McIntosh University of Colorado at Boulder 1999
Steven McKnight University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas 1992
Ira Mellman Genentech 2011
Douglas Melton Harvard University 1995
Oscar Miller University of Virginia 1978
Aron Arthur Moscona University of Chicago 1977
Paul Nurse Rockefeller University 1995
Roeland Nusse Stanford University 2010
Christiane Nüsslein-Volhard Max Planck Institute for Developmental Biology 1990
Eric Olson University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas 2000
Lelio Orci University of Geneva 1998
George Emil Palade University of California, San Diego 1961
Arthur Pardee Harvard University 1968
Sheldon Penman Massachusetts Institute of Technology 1986
Norbert Perrimon Harvard University 2013
Robert P. Perry Fox Chase Cancer Center 1977
Lennart Philipson Karolinska Institute 1992
David Prescott University of Colorado at Boulder 1974
Martin Raff University of London 2003
Anjana Rao La Jolla Institute for Allergy and Immunology 2008
Robert G. Roeder Rockefeller University 1988
Michael Rosbash Brandeis University 2003
Janet Rossant University of Toronto 2008
James Rothman Columbia University 1993
Francis Ruddle Yale University 1976
Joan Ruderman Harvard University 1998
David Sabatini New York University 1985
John W. Saunders, Jr. State University of New York at Albany 2006
Gordon Sato Ministry of Fisheries of Eritrea 1984
Gertrud Schüpbach Princeton University 2005
Lucy Shapiro Stanford University 1994
Phillip Sharp Massachusetts Institute of Technology 1983
Aaron Shatkin Center for Advanced Biotechnology and Medicine 1981
Philip Siekevitz Rockefeller University 1975
Kai Simons Max Planck Institute for Molecular Cell Biology and Genetics 1997
Robert H. Singer Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University 2013
S. J. Singer University of California, San Diego 1969
James Spudich Stanford University 1991
Paul W. Sternberg California Institute of Technology 2009
Gary Struhl Columbia University 2008
Kevin Struhl Harvard University 2010
Clifford J. Tabin Harvard University 2007
Masatoshi Takeichi RIKEN 2007
Edwin Taylor Northwestern University 2001
Shirley M. Tilghman Princeton University 1996
Lewis Tilney University of Pennsylvania 1998
Robert Tjian University of California, Berkeley 1991
Susumu Tonegawa Massachusetts Institute of Technology 1986
Ronald Vale University of California, San Francisco 2001
Salome Waelsch Yeshiva University 1979
Eric F. Wieschaus Princeton University 1994
Keith Yamamoto University of California, San Francisco 1990
Michael W. Young The Rockefeller University 2007
Richard A. Young Massachusetts Institute of Technology 2012