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Carl Hashimoto, Ph.D.

Senior Advisor for Faculty Development
A.B., Biochemistry, University of California, Berkeley, 1978
Ph.D., Molecular Biophysics & Biochemistry, Yale University, 1986
Building 1, Room 251
1 Center Drive
Bethesda, MD 20892

Dr. Carl Hashimoto is senior advisor for faculty development in the Office of Intramural Research and in the Office of Scientific Workforce Diversity. His principal responsibility in this role is to support the professional and career development of early career stage investigators in the NIH intramural research program. He serves as a confidential resource for tenure track investigators and Assistant Clinical Investigators to address issues affecting their work and life as NIH scientists, and for any intramural scientist with a potential equity issue of interest to the NIH Equity Committee.

Carl was a faculty member for 26 years at the Yale School of Medicine, before retiring as Professor Emeritus of Cell Biology and joining the NIH in 2017. At Yale, in addition to teaching medical and graduate students and undergraduates, he conducted research in the molecular biology of early embryonic development, specifically the problem of how the embryonic dorsoventral axis is established in Drosophila. He also served in diverse administrative roles from directing the Cell Biology PhD program to overseeing research training and diversity programs at Yale College and Graduate School.

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