List of members of the National Academy of Sciences (Medical genetics, hematology, and oncology)

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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 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.


Medical genetics, hematology, and oncology[edit]

Name Institution Date
Jerry Adams University of Melbourne 2008
Kari Alitalo University of Helsinki 2013
Richard Axel Columbia University 1983
Alexander Bearn American Philosophical Society 1972
Arthur Beaudet Baylor College of Medicine 2011
Ernest Beutler Scripps Research Institute 1976
J. Michael Bishop UC San Francisco 1980
Baruch S. Blumberg Fox Chase Cancer Center 1975
Walter Bodmer Cancer Research UK 1981
Henry Bourne University of California, San Francisco 1994
Dennis Carson University of California, San Diego 2003
C. Thomas Caskey Cogene Biotech Ventures, L.P. 1993
Webster Cavenee Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research 1997
Aravinda Chakravarti Johns Hopkins University 2015
Zhu Chen Shanghai Second Medical University 2003
James Cleaver University of California, San Francisco 1999
Melanie Cobb University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center 2006
Barry Coller Rockefeller University 2003
Francis Collins National Institutes of Health 1993
Neal Copeland Houston Methodist Research Institute 2009
Suzanne Cory University of Melbourne 1997
Carlo Croce Ohio State University 1996
Riccardo Dalla-Favera Columbia University 2015
Jean Dausset Fondation Jean Dausset-CEPH 1981
Albert de la Chapelle Ohio State University 1997
Titia de Lange Rockefeller University 2006
Ronald A. DePinho MD Anderson 2012
Vishva M. Dixit Genentech 2013
Brian Druker Oregon Health & Science University 2007
Thaddeus Dryja Harvard University 1996
Lawrence Einhorn Indiana University 2001
Robert Eisenman Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center 1998
Stephen Elledge Harvard University 2003
Charles Esmon Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation 2002
Ronald M. Evans Salk Institute for Biological Studies 1989
Napoleone Ferrara UC San Diego 2006
Joseph Fraumeni National Institutes of Health 2002
Robert Gallo University of Maryland, Baltimore 1988
Stanley Gartler University of Washington 1989
Eloise Giblett Puget Sound Blood Center 1980
David Ginsburg University of Michigan 2007
David Goeddel Amgen, Inc. 1994
Larry Gold SomaLogic 1995
Joseph L. Goldstein University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas 1980
Mark Groudine Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center 2001
Sen-itiroh Hakomori Pacific Northwest Research Institute 2000
Hidesaburo Hanafusa Osaka Bioscience Institute 1985
Ed Harlow Harvard University 1993
Gertrude Henle University of Pennsylvania 1979
Helen Hobbs UT Southwestern 2007
Susan Band Horwitz Albert Einstein College of Medicine 2005
Tony Hunter Salk Institute for Biological Studies 1998
Vernon Ingram Massachusetts Institute of Technology 2002
Tyler Jacks Massachusetts Institute of Technology 2009
Rudolf Jaenisch Massachusetts Institute of Technology 2003
Peter A. Jones Van Andel Research Institute 2016
V. Craig Jordan MD Anderson 2009
William G. Kaelin, Jr. Harvard University 2010
Yuet Wai Kan University of California, San Francisco 1986
Michael Kastan Duke University 2016
Kenneth Kinzler Johns Hopkins University 2016
Richard Klausner Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation 1993
Seymour Klebanoff University of Washington 1987
George Klein Karolinska Institute 1973
Alfred G. Knudson Fox Chase Cancer Center 1988
Richard Kolodner Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research 2000
Hilary Koprowski Thomas Jefferson University 1976
Stuart Kornfeld Washington University 1982
Louis M. Kunkel Harvard University 1990
Eric Lander Massachusetts Institute of Technology 1997
Arnold Levine Institute for Advanced Study 1991
Beth Levine UT Southwestern 2013
John Littlefield Johns Hopkins University 1977
David M. Livingston Harvard University 1995
Irving London Massachusetts Institute of Technology 1971
Douglas Lowy NIH 2009
Philip Majerus Washington University 1986
Donald Malins Pacific Northwest Research Institute 1995
Thomas Maniatis Harvard University 1985
Vincent Marchesi Yale University 1988
Paul Marks Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center 1973
Frank McCormick UC San Francisco 2014
Victor A. McKusick Johns Hopkins University 1973
Donald Metcalf University of Melbourne 1987
Patrick S. Moore University of Pittsburgh 2012
Newton Morton University of Southampton 1990
Arno Motulsky University of Washington 1976
Peter Nowell University of Pennsylvania 1976
Maynard Olson University of Washington 1994
Stuart Orkin Harvard University 1991
Luis Parada Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center 2011
Ira Pastan NIH 1982
Anthony Pawson University of Toronto 2004
J. C. Phillips Rutgers 1977
Carol Prives Columbia University 2008
Darwin Prockop Tulane University 1991
Stanley B. Prusiner University of California, San Francisco 1992
Helen Ranney University of California, San Diego 1973
Oscar Ratnoff Case Western Reserve University 1976
Arthur Riggs City of Hope National Medical Center 2006
Leon Rosenberg Princeton University 1985
Janet Rowley University of Chicago 1984
Harry Rubin University of California, Berkeley 1978
Erkki Ruoslahti Burnham Institute 1999
Leo Sachs Weizmann Institute of Science 1995
Charles Sawyers Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center 2010
Andrew Schally Veterans Affairs Medical Center 1978
Joseph Schlessinger Yale University 2000
Gregg L. Semenza Johns Hopkins University 2008
Charles J. Sherr St. Jude Children's Research Hospital 1995
Louis Siminovitch University of Toronto 1999
William Sly Saint Louis University 1989
Thomas P. Stossel Harvard University 1997
Takashi Sugimura National Cancer Center, Japan 1982
E. Donnall Thomas Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center 1982
Craig Thompson Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center 2005
George Todaro Targeted Growth, Inc. 1986
Lap-Chee Tsui University of Hong Kong 2004
William Valentine University of California, Los Angeles 1977
George Vande Woude Van Andel Research Institute 1993
Harold E. Varmus Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center 1984
Craig Venter J. Craig Venter Institute 2002
Inder Verma Salk Institute for Biological Studies 1997
Bert Vogelstein Johns Hopkins University 1992
Douglas C. Wallace University of California, Irvine 1995
Xiaodong Wang University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas 2004
David C. Ward Nevada Cancer Institute 1998
Stephen T. Warren Emory University 2011
Robert Waterston University of Washington 2000
David Weatherall University of Oxford 1990
Robert Weinberg Massachusetts Institute of Technology 1985
Sherman Weissman Yale University 1983
Raymond L. White University of California, San Francisco 1992
Michael Wigler Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory 1989
Lewis T. Williams Five Prime Therapeutics 1997
Owen Witte University of California, Los Angeles 1997
George Yancopoulos Regeneron Pharmaceuticals, Inc. 2004



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