Scientist Directory

Nonresident Fellows

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Nonresident Fellows

Salk nonresident fellows serve as members of the faculty for renewable six-year terms. Nominated by the president and faculty, these individuals come from world-renowned academic organizations where they have achieved high levels of success in the research areas at the Salk Institute. They visit the Salk each year to help benchmark the Institute by advising on the scientific progress of its faculty and on the effectiveness of its existing and proposed scientific programs. The nonresident fellows also play a key decision-making role in the appointment and promotion of the Salk Institute’s professors.
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Lewis C. Cantley, PhD

Meyer Director, Sandra and Edward Meyer Cancer Center
Professor of Cancer Biology in Medicine
Joan and Sanford I. Weill Department of Medicine
Weill Cornell Medicine

Catherine Dulac, PhD

Higgins Professor of Molecular and Cellular Biology
Lee and Ezpeleta Professor of Arts and Sciences
Howard Hughes Medical Institute
Department of Molecular and Cellular Biology
Harvard University

Mary Lou Guerinot, PhD

Ronald and Deborah Harris Professor in the Sciences
Department of Biological Sciences
Dartmouth College

Jennifer Lippincott-Schwartz, PhD

Group Leader
Howard Hughes Medical Institute – Janelia Research Campus

J. Anthony Movshon, PhD

University Professor, Silver Professor, and Director
Center for Neural Science
New York University

Carla J. Shatz, PhD

Professor of Biology and Neurobiology
Director Bio-X
James H. Clark Center
Stanford University

David W. Tank, PhD

Director, Bezos Center for Neural Circuit Dynamics
Co-Director, Princeton Neuroscience Institute
Henry H. Hillman Professor of Molecular Biology
Princeton University

Irving Weissman, MD

Virginia and D.K. Ludwig Professor for Clinical
Investigation in Cancer Research
Professor of Developmental Biology
Stanford University